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SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN I. 



Published bt Authority of the Honoueable James A. Robb, Minister of Trade \mi Commerce. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau op Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF NEW BRUNSWICK, 1921. 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Counties and Urban and 

Rural Sub-divisions. 

New Brunswick at the time of the separation from Nova Scotia in 1784, 
contained about 16,000 inhabitants. Of these, 12,000 were Loyalists recently 
arrived; of the remainder, 2,500 were old inhabitants, 1,500 being French; 
the latter estimate is probably low. A census of 1834 gave the population 
as 119,457, and one taken in 1840 showed a total of 156,162. At the Census 
of 1851-52 the population was 193,800, and in 1860-61 it was 252,047. New 
Brunswick was one of the original provinces of Confederation, and the Census 
of 1871 gave it a population of 285,594, including Indians. In 1881 it had 
increased to 321,233; at the end of the next decade to 321,263; in 1901 to 
331,120; in 1911 to 351,889; and in 1921 to 387,837. 

The following summary shows the population of New Brunswick' from 
1871, the date of the first Dominion Census, to 1921, inclusive together with 
the number and per cent of increase for each decade as compared with the 
per cent of increase for the Dominion as a whole at each Census period. 





Population 


Increase over 
preceding Census 


Per cent 

increase 

for the 

Dominion 




Number 


Per cent 


1921 


387,876 
351,889 
331,120 
321,263 
321,233 
285,594 


35,987 

20,769 

9,857 

30 

35,639 


10-2 
6-3 
3-1 
0-0 

12-5 


21-7 
34- 1 
111 
11-8 
17-2 


1911 


1901 


1891 


1881 


1871 







Urban and Rural Population. 

For the purposes of .the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities, as rural. The following summary, shows for the last three Censuses 
the urban and rural population of the province. The classification for each 
Census is based upon the population' of the various classes of places as shown 
by the return of each Census. As a result the figures for each Census may not 
relate exactly to the same urban and rural territory, since some territory which 
was regarded as rural in one Census may be considered urban in a subsequent 
one. 

36664—1 



Class of Place 



Total population 
Urban places 

Cities 

Towns 

Villages 

Rural parts....... 



1921 



Number 

of 
places 



Popu- 
lation 



387,876 

123,228 

72,768 

48,050 

1,410 

265,648 



1911 



Number 

of 
places 



Popu- 
lation 



351,889 
95,560 

61,064 
34,496 

256,329 



1901 



Number 

of 
places 



Popu- 
lation 



331,120 
78,393 

56,854 
21 ,-539 

252,727 



Per cent of 
Total Population 



1921 



100-0 
31 '50 

18-75 

12-39 

0-36 

68-50 



1911 



100-0 
27-15 

17-35 
9-80 

72-85 



1901 



100-0 
23-67 

17-17 
6-50 

76-33 



TABLE 1 Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts and Counties, 1921, 1911, 

1901. 



Electoral Districts and 
Counties 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



Land 

Area in 

Sq. Miles 



1. Charlotte 

2 . Gloucester 

3. Kent 

4 . Northumberland 

5 . KeStigouche and Madawaska 
(o) ResiigoucKe 

(b) Madawaska 

6. Royal 

(o) Kings 

(6) Queens 

7. St. John City, County and 

Albert 

(o) Si. John City : • • ■ 

(6) Si. John County 

(c) Albert County 

8. Victoria'and Carleton 

(a) Victoria - 

(b) Carleton 

. 9 . Westmorland : 

10 . York and Sunbury . . .: 

(a) Yorli.:.. ' 

(6) Sunbury ■ 



'27,986 11 

1,283-35 
1,869-81 
1,778-64 
4,748-60 
4,545-53 
3,272-65 
1,272-88 
2,856-15 
1,414-7S 
UUl-40 

1,302-87 
U-Sl 

■ 601 -se 

687-00 
3,403-42 
2,092-82 
1,S10-60 
1,443-55 
4,693-76 
3,605-28 
1,088 



Population 
1921 



Total. 



387,876 

21,435 
38,684 
23,916 
33,985 
42,977 
22,839 
20,138 
32,078 
20,399 
11,679 

69,093 
47,166 
13,320 

8,607 
33,900 
12,800 
21,100 
53,387 
38,421 
32,259 

8,162 



Per 

Sq. 
Mile 



13-8 

16-7 

20-6 

13-4 

7-1 

9-4 

8 

15-8 
11 
14-4 



.53-0 
296-0 
22-14 

12-5 
9-9 
6-1 

16-0 

36-9 
8-1 
8-S 
5-6 



1911 



1901 



351,889 

21,147 
32,662 
, 24,376 
31,194 
32,365 
15,687 
16,678 
31,491 
20,694 
10,897 

63,263 
42,511 
11,061 

9,691 
32,990 
11,644 
21 , 446 
44,621 
37,780 
31,561 

6,219 



331,120 

22,415 
27,936 
23,958 
28,543 
22,897 
10,586 
12,311 
32,832 
21,656 
11,177 

62,684 
40,711 
11,048 
10,926 
30,446 

8,825 
21,621 
42,060 
37,349 
31, 

5,729 



Increase 

or 
Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



,987 20,769 



288 
6,022 
^460 
2,791 
10,612 
7,162 

s,r 

587 

-195 

782 



830 

656 

259 

084 

910 

256 

-346 

3,706 

641 

698 

-57 



-1,268 

4,720 

418 

2,651 

9,468 

6,101 

4,367 

-1,341 

-1,061 



579 

1,800 

13 

-1,234 

2,544 

2,719 

-176 

2,561 

431 

-69 

■490 



'By map, measurement. 



TABLE 2 Area and population of cities and towiis having a population of 5,000 and over, 
. 1921, 1911. 1901. 



, Cities and Towns 



St; Jbhn 

Moncton; 

Fredericton, . 
Campbellton 



Land 
Area in 
Sq. Miles 



14-31 
2-58 

16-86 
2-97 



Population 



1921 



47,166 

17,488 

8,114 

5,570 



Per 

Square 
Mile 



3,296-0 

6,778 " 

481-2 

1,875-4 



1911 



42,511 

11,345 

7,208 

3,817 



1901. 



40,711 
9,026 
7,117 
2,652 



Increase or 
Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



4,655 

6,143 

906 

1,753 



1911 
over 
1901 



1,800 

, 2,319 

91 

1,165 



TABLE 3. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1901, .1911. and 1921. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



19U 



1901 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
191 1 



1911'. 

over 

1901 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

Charlotte 

Campobtllo 

Clarendon 

Dufferin 

Dumbarton 

Grand Manan 

Lepreau 

Pennfield 

St. Andrews 

Ste. Croix 

St. David 

St. George 

St. James 

St. Patrick 

St. Stephen 

West Isles 

Milltown t 

St. Andrews t 

St. George t : 

St. Stephen t 



387,876 



351,889 



331,120 



21,435 


21,147 


22,415 


1,188 


1,230 


1,211 


61 


58 


162 


245 


258 


260 


700 


718 


711 


2,510 


2,444 


2,671 


417 


446 


347 


1,254 


1,146 


1,002 


236 


238 


01,390 


401 


462 


558 


1,072 


1,181 


1,419 


1,549 


1,839 


(«)2,892 


1,476 


1,648 


1,860 


649 


612 


755 


829 


867 


894 


1,245 


1,385 


1,399 


1,976 


1,804 


2,044 


1,065 


987 


(') 


1,110 


988 


(') 


3,452 


•2,836 


2,840 



35,987 

288 

-42 

3 

-13 

-18 

66 

-29 

108 

-2 

-61 

-109 

-290 

-172 

37 

-38 

-140 

172 

78 

122 

616 



(•) Included in parish of St. Andrews. (') Included in parish of St. George. 



Gloucester. ; 

Bathurpt 

Beresf ord 

Caraquet 

Inkerman 

New Bandon. . . . 
Paquetteville... 

St. Isidore 

Saumarez 

Shippigan 

Indian Reserves 
Bathurst t 



,684 

,115 
466 
,215 
,157 
718 
075 
,810 
,503 
291 
7 
327 



32,662 

5,248 
4,917 
4,621 
2,717 
2,595 
1,576 
1,382 
3,914 
4,732 

960 



27,936 

0)4,913 
4,457 
4,074 
2,421 
2,571 
1,341 
1,087 
3,286 
3,786 

(=) 



6,022 

-133 
549 
594 
440 
123 
499 
428 
589 
559 

2,367 



20,769 

-1,268 

19 

-104 

-2 

7 

-227 

99 

144 

-1,152 

-96 

-238 

-1,053 

-212 

-143 

-27 

-14 

-240 



-4 



4,726 

335 
460 
547 
296 
24 
235 
295 
628 
94G 



(') Includes town of Bathurst. (') Included in Parish in 1901. 



Kent 

Acadieville 

Carleton 

Dundas 

Harcourt 

R.ichibucto 

St. Charles. . . . . 

St. Louis 

St. Mary 

St. Paul 

Welford 

Wellington 

Indian Reserves 
Richibucto t 



!3,916 


24,376 


23,958 


1,367 


1,281 


1,256 


1,207 


1,139 


1,132 


3,389 


3,281 


3,453 


1,115 


1,090 


1,104 


1,801 


2,436 


(1)3,879 


1,354 


1,265 


(.') 


1,862 


1,780 


(')2,278 


2, .342 


2,435 


2,449 


1,215 


],.391 


1,141 


2,761 


3, 297 


3,317 


4,194 


4,110 


3,949 


151 


„ 




1,158 


871 


_ 



-460 



108 

25 

-635 

89 

82 

-93 

-176 

-536 

84 

287 



418 

25 

7 

-172 

-14 

-1,443 



-14 
250 

-20 
161 



(') Includes part of St. Charles' parish. (') Included in parish of Richibucto and St. Louis. 



TABLE 3. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1901, 1911 and 1921. — Con. 





Population in 


Increase or Decrease 


Electoral Dist'icts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


NEW BRUNSWICK 

Northumberland 


33,985 

4,. 333 
2,794 
1,304 
2,289 

987 
1,266 
1,787 
1,292 
2,047 
1,784 
1,780 
2,573 
1,325 

411 
4,506 
3,507 


31,194 

3,893 
2,591 
1,040 
2,088 
991 
1,294 
1,476 
1,100 
1,985 
1,642 
1,789 
2,390 
1,304 

4,666 
2,945 


28,543 

3,334 
2,439 

997 
1,756 

847 
1,337 
1,299 

993 
1,948 
1,623 
1,664 
1,797 
1,134 

4,868 
2,507 


2,791 

440 
203 
264 
201 
-4 
-28 
311 
192 

62 
142 
-9 
183 

21 

-160 
562 


2,651 


Alnwick 


559 


Blackville 


152 


Blissfield . . . •■ 


43 


Chatham 


332 


Derby 


. 144 


Glenelg 


-43 


Hardwicke 


177 


Ludlow 


107 




37 




19 


North Esk ■. 


125 


Rodgerville 


593 


South Esk. 


170 






Chatham t 


-202 


Newcastle t 


438 







Rpstleoiiche and Madawaska 


42,977 

22,8S9 
2,194 
1,441 
1,366 
2,130 
3,038 
1 598 

J 4,544 

5,570 

1,958 

20, 1S8 

892- 
1,011 

985 

876 
2,023 
2,050 
1,543 
1,269 
1,702 
1,625 
1,172 
93 
4,035 

862 


32,365 

15,687 
1,907 
1,300 
1,299 
1,997 
2,813 

•904 

3,817 

1,650 

16, 678 

897 

Formerly p 

953 

333 

988 

1,553 

1,638 

2,287 

1,200 

1,566 

1,372 

0)2,026 

44 

1,821 

0) 


22,897 

10,686 
925 
1,088 
1,072 
1,321 
2,209 

457 

2,652 

862 

12,811 

art of St. B 

1,882 

1,283 
1,608 
2,577 
1,150 
1,073 
0)2,738 

(■) • 


10,612 

7,1B2 

. 28V 

14K 

67 

133 

2215 

1,7,53 

308 

S,460 

-5 

azile Parish 

32 

-112 

670 

412 

• -744 

• 69 

136 

253 

-854 

49 

2,214 


9,468 




5,101 




982 




212 


Colbome 


227 


Dalhousie 


676 




604 


Eldon 


_ 


Eldon and Restigouche River 

Grimmer 


447 






Cambellton t 


1,165 




788 


Madawaska Countu 


4,367 


Clair 






- 




- 


Ledces ' 


- 




-894 


St. Andr6 


- 




355 


St Bazile 


679 


St. Francis 


-1,377 


St. Hilaire 


416 


St. Jacques 


299 




-712 




- 




- 




- 







(') Included in parish of St. Leonard. 



TABLE 3. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1901, 1911 and 1921— Core. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



NEW BEUNSWICK 

Koyal 

Kings County 

Card well 

(Greenwich 

Hammond 

Hampton 

Havelock 

Kara ■ . . 

Kingston 

Norton 

Rothesay 

Studholme 

Springfield 

Sussex 

Upham. 

Waterford 

Westfield 

Sussex t. 

Rothesay v *; 

Qveens County 

Brunswick 

Cambridge ' 

Canning 

Chipman 

Gagetown 

Hampstead 

Johnston 

Petersville 

Waterborough 

Wickham 

Gagetownt 



32,078 

20,S99 

925 

709 

310 

1,701 

1,645 

340 

1,322 

1,514 

1,168 

2,355 

1,428 

1,816 

820 

619 

1,040 

2,198 

489 

11,679 

318 

968 

1,568 

2,124 

626 

1,022 

1,454 

1,499 

1,093 

695 

312 



31,491 

$0,594 

966 

676 

459 

1,751 

1,944 

352 

1,494 

1,503 

1,265(2) 

2,382 

1,572 

1,723 

845 

679 

1,077 

1,906 

(«) 

10,897 

286 

984 

797 

2,042 

633 

985. 

1,515 

1,572 

1,087 

763 

233 



32,832 

21,655 
1,115 

803 

580 
2,026 
1,936 

427 
1,635 
1,449 
1,032(2) 
2,656 
1,732 
3,206(1) 

981 

957 
1,120 
(') 
(') 
11,177 

332 
1,200 

699 
1,614 

695 
1,103 
1,507 
1,774 
1,228 

795 

230 



587 

-195 

-41 

" 33 

-149 

-50 

-299 

-12 

-172 

11 

-97 

-27 

-144 

93 

-25 

-60 

-37 

292 



32 

-16 

771 

82 

-7 

37 

-61 

-73 

6 

-68 

79 



-1,341 

-i,06t 

-149 

-127 

-121 

-275 

8 

-75 

-141 

54 

233 

-274 

-160 

-1,483 

-136 

-278 

-43 



-280 

-46 

-216 

98 

428 

-62 

-118 

8 

^202 

-141 

-32 

3 



(') Included in parish of' Sussex. (') Included in parish of Rothesay. 



St. John City and County and Albert 

Si John Couniv 


69,093 

1S,S80 

7,301 

543 

1,422 

4,054 

47, 166 
2,318 
3,119 
4,824 
3,211 
2,631 
4,929 
4,876 
5,000 
■ 3,698 
1,369 
2,661 
3,699 
4,841 
8,607 
674 
1,418 
1,627 
973 
2,434 
1,481 


63,263 

"11,061 
5,886 

660 
1,637 
2,878 
42,511 
1,676 
2,879 
4,022 
2,999 
2,038 
4,614 
4,229 
4,850 
3,409 
1,155 
2,414 
3,659 
4,567 
9,691 

723 
1,410 
1,987 
1,202 
2,598 
1,771 


62,684 

11,048 

5,278 

741 

1,957 

3,072 

40,711 
1,574 
3,048 
4,100 
2,856 
2,364 
4,278 
3,256 
4,760' 
3,571 
905 
2,286 
3,263 
4,450 

10,925 
1,014 
1,400 
2,234 
1,402 
2,907 
1,968 


6,830 

2,259 

1,415 

-117 

-215 

1,176 

4,655 

642 

240 

802 

212 

593 

315 

647 

150 

289 

214 

237 

40 

274 

-1,084 

-49 

8 

-360 

-229 

747 

-290 


579 

IS 


Lancaster 


608 




-81 


St. Martin . 


-320 


Simonds ■ 


-194 


St. John Cilv ; . . . 


1,800 $ 




102 




-169 




-78 




143 


Kings ward 


-326 


Lansdowne ward 


336 


Lorne ward 

Prince ward 


973 
90 




-162 


Stanlev ward 


250 


Sydney ward 


128 




396 


Wellington ward 

Albert County 


117 
-1,234 


Altna 


-291 


Coverdale 


10 


Elgin 


247 


Harvey 


-200 


Hillsborough 


-309 


Hopewell . . 


-197 







TABtE 3. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared, for the Census Years 1901, 1911 and 1921— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



NEW BBUNSmCE 

Victoria and Carleton 

Victoria County : 

Andover. 

- Drummond 

Gordon 

Grand Falls 

Lome ; . ; 

Perth...:.... ;; 

. Andover v .' 

- Indian Reserve 

Perth 1. 1...... 

•Grand Falls t 

Carleton County [.'....: 

Aberdeen 

■ : Aberdeen (including Beaufort Settle- 

• ment). 

Brighton. 

Kent. . . : 

Northampton 

Peel 

• Richmond 

Simonds' 

Wakofiekl 

Wicklow 

Wilmot.; 

-■ .Wood.stock ■ 

Indian Reserve 

Woodstock 

Hartland t 



Population in 



1921 



33,900 

■ 12,800 
1,192 
3,674 
2,031 
1,586 

731 
1,349 

321. 

183 

406 

1,327; 

SI, 100 

1,235 



1,770 
2,816 

942 
1,414 
1,461 

622 
1,614 
1,689 
1,716 
1,480 
82 
3,380 

879 



1911 



3S,990 

ii,su 

1,331(1) 
3,276 
1,670 
1,400 
. 625 

1,777(2) 

(') 
185 

(') 
1,280 

Bi.ue 

1,061 



2,6050) 
2,724 
1,126 
1,519 
1,470 
692 
1,530 
1,672 
1,543 
1,648 

3,856 
(•) 



1901 



30,146 

8,8SS 
1,260(1) 
2,684 
868 
1,897 
453 
1,663(2) 
(') 

(«) " 

21,821 
1,204 



2,788(«) 
2,779 
1,125 
1,301 
1,699 
768 
1,543 
1,906 
1,817 
1,047 

3,644 
(«) 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



910 

1;2B6 
-139 
398 
361 
186 
106 
-428 

-2 

47 

174 



-835 

92 

-184 

-105 

-9 

-70 

84 

17 

173 

-168 

-476 



1911 
over 
1901 



2,544 

2,719 

71 

592 

802 

-497 

172 

■ 114 



-175 
-143 



-183 

-55 

1 

218 

-229 

-76 

-13 

-234 

-274 

601 

212 



(') Included in parish of Andover. 
Brighton. 



(') Included in parish of Perth. (•) Included in parish o 



Westmorland. . . .■: . 

{.-; Botsford 

Dorchester. . . . 

Moncton ,. 

' Sackville.. . : ! . 
Salisbury, ...'... 

Shediac ■ 

I Westmorland.. 
■ Indian Reserve 

Mondton c 

. Port Elgin v. . . 

. Sackville t.- 

Sunny Brae t. . . 
Salisbury t 



S3,387 


44,621 


42,060 


8,766 


4,150 


4, 152 


4,332 


-2 


5,793 


5,578 


6,068 


215 


6,451 


6,433(») 


5,587(') 


18 


3,265 


3,514 


5,286(1) 


-249 


3,475 


3,289(«) 


3,364(<) 


186 


7,400 


6,471 


6,431 


929 


1,248 


1,800(2) 


1,966(2) 


-552 


33 


- 


_ 


_ 


17,488 


11,345 


9,026 


6,143 


600 


(») 


e) 


- 


2,173 


2,039 


(1) 


134 


1,171 


W 


(') 


- 


140 


(*) 


, (*) 


- 



2,561 

-180 

-490 

846 

-1,772 

-75 

40 

-166 

2,319 



(1) Included in parish of Sackville. (') Included in parish of Westmorland, 
parish of Moncton. (') Included in parish of Salisbury. - 



(') Included in 



TABLE 3. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1901, 1911 and 1921. — Caii. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

York and Sunbury 

York County 

Bright 

Canterbury 

Douglas 

Dumfries 

Kingsclear 

McAdam 

Manners Sutton 

New Maryland 

North Lake 

Prince William 

Queensbury 

St. Marys 

Southampton 

Stanley 

Indian Reserves 

Fredericton c 

Devon t 

Maryville t 

Sunbury County 

Blissville 

Burton 

Gladstone .-. . . 

Lincoln 

Maugerville 

Northfield 

Sheffield : 

Indian Reserve 



38,421 

SS.UBS 

1,389 

1,824 

3,094 

505 

1,222 

1,614 

1,279 

367 

655 

774 

1,164 

1,910 

2,080 

2,679 

151 

8,114 

1,924 

1,614 

6,162 

609 

1,383 

1,070 

738 

412 

1,162 

713 

75 



37,780 

31,661 

1,463 

2,000 

2,723 

553 

1,401 

1,111 

1,459 

373 

618 

722 

1,199 

3,857(') 

2,194 

2,843 

7,208 
(■) 

1,837 

6,2/9 

808 

1,610 

1,061 

788 

457 

847 

648 



37,349 

SI, 620 

1,486 

2,108 

2,528 

595 

1,551 

714 

1,606 

387 

720 

915 

1,392 

3,611(>) 

2,455 

2,543 

7,117 
(■) 
1,892 
5,729 
713 
1,424 



1, 



002 
770 
534 
614 
672 



641 

698 

-74 

-176 

371 

-48 

-179 

503 

-180 

-6 

-63 

52 

-35 

-1,947 

-114 

-164 

906 

-223 

-57 

-199 

-227 

9 

-50 

-45 

315 

65 



431 

-59 

-23 

-108 

195 

-42 

-150 

397 

-147 

-14 

-102 

-193 

-193 

240 

-261 

300 

91 

-55 

m 

95 

186 

59 

18 

-77 

233 

-24 



(•) Included in parish of St. Mary's. 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN II. 



Published by AtJTHORiTY or the Honotjeable James A. Robb, Minister op Thade and Commbhce. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphah,, Chiep- 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF NOVA SCOTIA, 1921 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Counties and Urban and 

Rural Subdivisions. 

Nova Scotia comprises the peninsula of that name and the island of Cape 
Breton. The first settlement was made towards the end of the sixteenth cent- 
ury by the French, who gave the country the name Acadie, which it retained 
until it was ceded to the British by the treaty of Utrecht in 1713. The Island 
of Cape Breton was known under the French regime as Isle Royale. 

The population in 1714 was 1,773; in 1731 it was estimated at 6,000. A 
Census taken in 1851 placed the population at 276,854; in 1861 it was 330,857. 
In 1867 Nova Scotia united with New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario to form 
the Dominion of Canada. 

The following summary shows the population of Nova Scotia from 1871, 
the date of the first Dominion Census, to 1921, inclusive, together with the 
number and per cent increase for each decade as compared with the per cent 
increase for the Dominion as a whole at each Census period: 





Population 


Increase over preceding 
Census 


Per cent 
increase in 
population 

of the 
Dominion 

in each 

decade 


Census Year 


Number 


Per cent 


1921 : 


523,837 
492,338 
459,574 
450,396 
440,572 
387,800 


31,499 

32,764 

9,178 

9,824 

62,772 


6-3 
7-1 
20 
2-2 
13-7 


21*7 


1911 


34-1 


1901 


IM 
11-8 
17-2 


1891 


1881 : 


1871 









Urban and Rural Population 

For the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities as rural. The summary herewith shows for the last three Censuses 
the urban and rufal population of the province. The classification for each 
Census is based upon the population of the various classes of places as shown 
by the returns of each Census. The figures for each census, therefore, may not 
relate to exactly the same urban and rural territory, since territory which was 
regarded as rural in one Census may be classed as urban in a subsequent one. 

38048—1 



Urban and Rural Population, 1921, 1911, 1901 



Class of Place 



1921 



Number 
of 

places 



Popu- 
lation 



1911 



Number 

of 

places 



Popu- 
lation 



1901 



Number 

of 

places 



Popu- 
lation 



Per c(!nt of 
Total Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Total population 

Urban Places 

Cities 

Towns 

Villages 

Rural parts 



523,837 

225,350 

80,917 

143,750 

683 

298,487 



492,338 

188,727 

64,342 

123,664 

721 

303,611 



459,574 

142,027 

60,741 

90,573 

713 

317,547 



100-0 

43 02 

15-45 

27-44 

0-13 

56-98 



109 



13-07 

25-12 

0-14 

61-67 



1000 

30-91 

11-04 

19-71 

0-16 

69-09 



Nova Scotia is divided into 18 counties, of which 13 constitute single muni- 
cipalities, while 5 are divided into two municipalities each. The divided counties 
are, Digby into Digby and Clare; Guysboro into Guysboro and St, Mary's; 
Lunenburg into Lunenburg and Chester; Yarmouth into Yarmouth and Argyle; 
and Shelburne into Shelburne and Barrington. 

The net increase in population made by the province in the fifty years 
1871 to 1921 was 136,037. The first decade 'showed a gain of 52,772; the second 
of 9,824; the third of 9,178; the fourth of 32,764 and the fifth, according to the 
figures of the sixth Census, of 31,499. 

The Table following gives the population by counties at each decennial 
Census since 1871. The figures have been prepared for exactly similar areas 
at each Census. 



The counties of TfingB, Hants, Queens, Guysboro, Antigonish, Richmond 
and Victoria each show a smaller population in 1921 than in 1871. 

TABLE 1. Area and Population of Nova Scotia by Counties, 1921-1871. 



Counties 


Area 
in sq. miles 


Population 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1891 


1881 


1871 


NOVA SCOTIA 

West Shore 


(1)21,427-77 
4,416-88 
1,000-00 
1,323-88 

864-00 
1,229-00 
7,868-87 
1,656-00 
2,123-38 
1,202-00 
1,019-30 
1,009-43 

858-76 
4,814-00 
1,683-00 
1,451-00 
1,124-00 

556-00 
3,974-76 

972-24 

489-00 
1,104-76 
1,408-75 


523,837 

81,227 
19,612 
18,153 
23,723 
19,739 

192,297 
15,518 
97, 228 
33,742 
9,944 
13,491 
22,374 

118,818 
41,191 
25,196 
40,851 
11,580 

131,496 

86,296 

12,577 

8,814 

23,808 


492,338 

80,231 
20,167 
18,581 
21,780 
19,703 

177,996 
17,048 
80,257 
33,260 
10,106 
14,105 
23,220 

112,027 
40,543 
23,664 
35,858 
11,962 

122,084 

73,330 

13,273 

9,910 

25,571 


459,574 

81,167 
20,322 
18,842 
21,937 
20,056 

172,668 
18,320 
74,662 
32,389 
10,226 
14,202 
22,869 

108,144 
36,168 
24,900 
33,459 
13,617 
97,606 
49,166 
13,515 
10,571 
24,353 


460,396 

83,788 
19,897 
19,360 
22,489 
22,052 

167,410 
17,195 
71,358 
31,075 
10,610 
14,956 
22,216 

112,344 
34,529 
27,160 
34,541 
16,114 
86,864 
34,244 
14,399 
12,432 
25,779 


440,572 

87,307 
19,881 
20,598 
23,469 
23,359 

161,082 
17,808 
67,917 
28,583 
10,577 
14,913 
21,284 

107,683 
27,368 
26, 720 
35,535 
18,060 
84,600 
31,258 
15,121 
12,470 
25,661 


387,800 

77,969 


1. Digby 


17,037 
18,121 
21,510 


2. Annapolis 

3. Kings 


4. Hants 


21,301 




138,873 


5. Guysborough 

6. Halifax 


16,555 
56,963 


7. Lunenburg 

8. Queens 


23,834 
10,554 


9. Shelburne 

10. Yarmouth 

North Shore 


12,417 
18,650 
95,476 


11. Cumberland 

12. Colchester 

13. Pictou 


23,518 
23,331 
32,114 


14. Antigonish 

Cape Breton Island. .:. . 

15. Cape Breton 

16. Richmond 

17. Victoria 


16,512 
76,483 
26,454 
14,268 
11,346 


18. Inverness 


23,416 



(') By Map Measurement. 



TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts and Counties, 1921, 1911, 1901 



Electoral Districts 



Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 



Population, 1921 



Total Per S. m. 



1911 



1901 



Increase or 
Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



NOVA SCOTIA 

1. Antigonish and Guys- 

borough 

(o) Antigonish 

(6) Ouysbarough 

2. Cape Breton North and 

Victoria 

(a) Cape Breton North.. 

(b) Victoria .• 

3. Cape Breton South and 

Richmond 

(a) Cape Breton South. . 
(6) Richmond 

4. Colchester 

6. Cumberland 

6. Digby and Annapolis 

(a) Digby Co. {part) 

(ft) Annapolis 

7. Halifax City and County. 

(a) Halifax City 

(6) Halifax County 

8. Hants 

9. Inverness 

10. Kings 

11. Lunenburg 

12. Pictou 

13. Shelbume and Queens 

(o) Shelbume 

(6) Queens 

14. Yarmouth and Clare 

(o) Yarmouth 

(6) Clare {Digby Co. 
part) 



(1)21,427 -77 
2,21200 

sse-00 

1,656-00 

1,355-10 

BSO-Si 

1,104-76 

1,210-90 

721-90 

489-00 

t,4Sl-00 

1,68300 

1,983-65 

669-77 

l,SBS-88 

2,123-38 

6-72 

S, 116-66 

1,229-00 

1,408-75 

864-00 

1,202-00 

1,124-00 

2,028-73 

1,009-4S 

1,019-SO 

1,198-99 

858-76 

S40-SS 



523,837 

27,098 
11,680 
16,618 

31,325 

22,611 

8,814 

76,362 
6S,785 
12,677 
26, 196 
41,191 
28,965 
10,812 
18,15S 
97,228 
68,372 
38,856 
19,739 
23,808 
23,723 
33,742 
40,851 
23,435 
13,491 
9,944 
31,174 
22,374 

8,800 



24-1 



26-8 



492,338 

29,010 
11,962 
17,048 

29,888 
19,978 
9,910 

66,625 
53,362 
13,273 
23,664 
40,543 
29,871 
11,290 
18,681 
80,257 
46,619 
SS,6S8 
19,703 
25,571 
21,780 
33,260 
35,858 
24,211 

14. 105 

10. 106 
32,097 
23,220 

8,877 



459,S74 

31,937 
13,617 
18,320 

24,650 
14,079 
10,671 

48,602 
36,087 
13,616 
24,900 
36,168 
30,579 
11,737 
18,842 
74,662 
40,832 
33,830 
20,056 
24,353 
21,937 
32,389 
33,459 
24,428 
14,202 
10,228 
31,454 
22,869 

8,686 



31,499 

-1,912 

-382 

-1,630 

1,437 

2,633 

-1,096 

9,737 

10,433 

-696 

1,632 

648 

-906 

-478 

-428 

16,971 

11,763 

6,218 

36 

-1,763 

1,943 

482 

4,993 

-776 

-614 

-162 

-923 



-77 



32,764 

-2,927 
-1,655 
-1,272 

5,238 
6,899 
-661 

18,023 

18,266 

-242 

-1,236 

4,376 

-708 

-447 

-261 

5,596 

6,787 

-192 

-353 

1,218 

-157 

871 

2,399 

-217 

-97 

-120 

643 

S61 



(') By map measurement. 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901 



Cities and Towns 





Population 






Increase or Decrease 


Land 
Area in 






1911 


1901 








Per 


1921 over 


1911 over 


sq. miles 


1921 


sq. mile 






1911 


1901 


6-72 


58,372 


8,686-3 


46,619 


40,832 


11,753 


5,787 


'5-83 


22,545 


3,867-0 


17,723 


9,909 


4,822 


.7,814 


,3-91 


9,998 


2,557-0 


8,973 


4,964 


1,025 


4,009 


0-78 


836 


1,071-7 


1,019 


1,019 


-183 





1-37 


1,746 


1,274-5 


1,787 


■ 1,838 


-41, 


- 51 


0-78 


1,086 


1,392-3 


996 


858 


90 


138 


6-50 


3,147 


484-1 


2,775 


3,000 


372 


,-225 


3-00 


1,626 


542-0 


1,617 


2,367 


9 


•■-750 


4-69 


7,899 


1,684-2 


5,058 


4,806 


2,841 


262 


2-00 


1,230 


615-0 


1,247 


1,150 


-17 


; 97 


2-50 


2,390 


956-0 


2,589 


~ 


-199 


_ 


9-69 


17,007 


1,755-1 


16,562 


6,945 


445 


9,617 


- 


683 


- 


686 


713 


- 3 


. , - 27 


4-00 


2,963 


740-7 


2,719 




244 





Cities- 
Halifax 

Sydney 

Towns- 
Amherst '. 

Annapolis Royal 

Antigonish 

Bridgetown 

Bridgewater 

Canso 

Dartmouth 

Digby 

Dommion 

Glace Bay 

Hantsport 

Inverness 



38048—2 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Cities and Towns 



Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 



Population 



1921 



Per 
sq. mile 



1911 



1901 



Increase c^r Decrease 



1921 over 1911 over 
1911 1901 



To wns— Concluded . 

Joggins 

Kentville 

Liverpool 

Lockport 

Louisburg 

Lunenburg 

Mahone Bay 

Middleton 

New Glasgow 

New Waterford . . . 

North Sydney 

Oxford 

Parsboro 

Pictou 

Port Hawkesbury 

Port Hood 

Shelburne 

Springhill 

Stellarton 

Stewiacke 

Sydney Mines 

Trenton 

Truro 

Wedgeport 

Westville 

Windsor 

Wolfville 

Yarmouth 



2-00 
8-28 
1-56 
0-78 
6-00 
1-56 
1-41 
200 
4-00 
203 



4-00 
4-00 
0-78 
4-61 
1-31 
3-13 

500 
406 
2-03 
4-22 



1,732 
2,717 
2,294 

851 
1,162 
2,792 
1,177 

875 
8,974 
5,615 
6,585 
1,402 
2,748 
2,988 

869 

805 
1,360 
4,958 
5,312 

819 
8,327 
2,844 
7,562 
1,424 
4,550 
3,591 
1,743 
7,073 



8660 

328-1 

1,470-5 

1,091-0 

1920 

1,789-0 

834-7 

437-5 

2,243-5 

2,7660 

2,6340 

186-9 

305-3 

996-0 

620-7 

428-1 

1,239-5 
1,328-0 
105-0 
1,806-3 
2,171-0 
2,415-9 

910-0 

884-4 

858-6 

1,676-0 



1,648 

2,304 

2,109 

784 

1,006 

2,681 

951 

827 

6,383 

5,418 
1,392 
2,856 
3,179 

684 
1,078 
1,435 
5,713 
3,910 

633 
7,470 
1,749 
6,107 
1,392 
4,417 
3,452 
1,458 
6,600 



1,088 
1,731 
1,937 
1,117 

2,916 
866 
537 

4,447 

4,646 
1,285 
3,391 
3,235 
633 
550 
1,445 
4,559 
2,335 

3,191 
1,274 
5,993 
1,026 
3,471 
3,398 
1,412 
6,430 



84 
413 
185 

67 
146 
111 
226 

48 
2,591 

1,167 

10 

-108 

-191 

185 

-273 

- 7i5 

-75.5 

1,402 

186 

857 

1,095 



,455 
32 
133 
139 
2fl5 
473 



660 

573 

172 

-333 

-235 

85 

290 

1,936 

772 

107 

-636 

- 66 
61 

528 

- 10 
1,154 
1,675 

4,279 
475 
114 
366 
946 
54 
46 
170 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



Increas;e or Decrease 



1921 



1911 



1901 



1921 
over 

1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



NOVA SCOTIA 

Antigonlsh & Guys borough 

Antigonish County 

Arisaig 

Antigonish Rural 

Cape George 

Harbour au Bouche 

Heatherton 

Linwood 

Lochaber 

' , Maryvale 

Morristown^ 

North Grant 

". Pomquet 

St. Andrews 

St. Joseph East 

■ St. Joseph West 

Tracadie.. 

' South River, Middle (Dunmore) 
. ; South River, Upper 

Indian Reserves 

Antigonish t 



523,837 



27, 
11, 



098 

580 
360 
818 
698 
671 
639 
747 
448 
349 
546 
326 
829 
797 
428 
447 
816 
369 
344 
214 
,746 



192,338 

29,010 

11,962 
469 
652 
801 
676 
786 
741 
579 
388 
639 
337 
864 
784 
923 

854 
411 
383 

1,787 



459,671 

31,937 

1S,617 
561 
590 
946 
795 
846 
781 
596 
503 
767 
403 
910 
988 
1,285 

800 
544 
474 

1,838 



31,199 

-1,912 

-382 

-119 

266 

-103 

-4 

-146 

6 

-131 

' -39 

-94 

-12 

-25 

13 

-48 

-38 
-42 
-39 

-41 



32,761 

-2,927 

-1,655 

-82 

-38 

-145 

-120 

-61 

-40 

-17 

-116 

-128 

-66 

-66 

-204 

-362 

54 

-133 

-91 

-51 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 

Antigonlsh & Guysborough — Continued. 
Guysborough County 

Beckerton 

Caledonia 

Charlos Cove 

County Harbour 

Crow Harbour 

Glenelg (Forks) 

Goshen 

Goldborough 

Seal Harbour 

Guysborough 

Hazel Hill 

Indian Harbour 

Intervale 

Roman Valley 

Isaac Harbour 

Lake Dale 

Larry River 

Lisoomb 

Manchester Lower 

Manchester Upper 

Marie Joseph 

Melford 

Mulgrave 

New Harbour 

PortHalford (') 

Port Felix 

Salmon River 

Sherbrooke 

Sonora 

Tracadie 

Whitehead 

Wine Harbour (') 

Canso t. 

Cape Breton North and Victoria 

Cape Breton N. {County Pi.) 

Boisdale 

Boularderie pt 

East Bay North 

French vale 

George River 

Grand Narrows 

Little Bras d'Or 

Indian Reserve 

North Sydney t 

Sydney Mines t 

Victoria County — 

Baddeck 

Baddeck Centre 

Bay St. Lawrence 

Big Baddeck 

Big Bras d'Or 

Boulardarie pt 

Cape North 

Englishtown 

Ingonish ; 

lona (Jamesville) 

Little Narrows N 

Little Narrows S : 

Middle River 

Neil Harbour 

New Campbellton 

North River 

North Shore 

South Gut 

Washabuek 

Indian Reserves 



IS.SIS 
325 
187 
327 
547 
803 
508 
292 
275 
333 
1,097 
870 

347 

208 

356 

190 

624 

469 

304 

652 

510 

520 

1,012 

359 

229 

560 

329 

679 

274 

321 

382 

103 

1,626 

31,325 

SS,Blt 

566 

1,071 

311 

325 

906 

1,017 

3,133 

270 

6,585 

8,327 

8,8H 

485 

475 

373 

311 

231 

411 

872 

278 

1,039 

786 

179 

310 

527 

391 

240 

587 

495 

432 

392 



17,048 
342 
238 
314 
574 
811 
556 
337 
874 

1,218 
903 
516 
611 

513 
211 
600 
567 



581 
533 
945 
358 

558 
415 
760 
340 
368 
493 

1,617 

29,888 

19,978 

685 

1,046 
449 
444 
993 

1,298 

2,175 

5,418 
7,470 
9,910 
581 
479 
421 
429 
313 
417 
946 
372 
966 
760 
239 
432 
790 
395 
242 
534 
556 
619 
419 



IS.SiO 

268 

705 
828 
726 
390 



1,411 

838 

827 

1.486 

910 

563 

1,133 

547 
632 
810 
380 



598 

1,021 

322 

369 

1,189 

2,367 
24,650 

14,079 

765 

1,073 

502 

560 

1,128 

1,424 

790 

4,646 

3,191 

10,571 

1,235 

479 
532 
326 
663 
938 
359 
954 
794 
306 
453 
745 
373 
391 
536 
615 
437 
435 



-1,BS0 

-17 

-51 

13 

-27 

-8 

-48 

-45 

-266 

-121 
—33 

-56 

-157 

-21 

24 

-98 

-39 

-71 

-13 

67 

1 



-81 

-66 

-47 

-111 

9 
1,437 

£,BSS 

-119 

25 

-138 

-119 

-87 

-281 

958 

1,167 

857 

-1,096 

-96 

-4 

-48 

-118 

-82 

-6 

-74 

-94 

73 

26 

-60 

-122 

-263 

-4 

-2 

53 

-61 

-187 

-27 



-30 

-131 
-17 

-170 
-53 



-193 

-322 
-216 

-973 

-310 

4 

-238 

34 

-99 

135 

-22 



-183 

-261 

18 

-1 



-760 
S,238 

6,899 

-80 

-27 

-53 

-116 

-135 

-126 

1,385 

772 
4,279 
-661 
-654 

-58 

-103 

-13 

-246 

8 

13 

12 

-34 

-67 

-21 

45 

22 

-149 

-2 

-59 

182 

-16 



(') Formerly part of Indian Harbour. (') Included in Port Halford and Wine Harbour. 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 





Population in 


Increase or 


Decrease 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 
Cape Breton S« and Richmond 


76,362 

■ 6S,78B 

206 

1,469 

238 

216 

1,433 

. 313 

168 

911 

519 

809 

2,045 

489 

1,996 

2,010 

1,397 

419 

438 

22,545 

5,615 

2,390 

17,007 

1,152 

ie,677 

499 

1,749 

1,061 

.343 

674 

471 

556 

969 

694 

225 

601 

841 

432 

1,073 

1,111 

1,117 

261 

25,196 

783 

904 

548 

919 

675 

675 

624 

527 

229 

936 

916 

623 

917 

618 

. 679 

1,130 

1,833 

583 

478 

1,021 

686 

453 

432 

126 

819 

7,662 


66,625 

SS,SBS 

259 

1,022 

371 

261 

1,244 

418 

214 

979 

636 

726 

3,136 

521 

1,448 

2,275 

983 

671 

408 

17,723 

2,689 

16,662 

1,006 

lS,e7S 

560 

1,680 

1,004 

417 

740 

612 

643 

900 

780 

331- 

686 

836 

760 

1,119 

1,178 

1,128 

23,664 

1,254 
910 
581 
793 
657 
685 
616 
631 
226 
844 
941 

. 521 
961 
568 
710 

1,069 

1,346 
617 
569 
954 
607 
421 
445 

633 
6,107 


48,602 

SB, 087 
330 
892 
419 
5,945 
345 

529. 

.1,116 
686 
954 

1,424 
757 

1,453 

825 

674 

1,588 

9,909 

6,945 

IS.BIB 

691 

1,613 

1,045 

517 

766 

695 

689 

852 

885 

366 

497 

826 

814 

1,129 

1,264 

1,168 

24,900 

1,074 
950 

887 

895 

820 

762 

735 

236 

910 

933 

1,167 

1,016 

618 

774 

1,041 

1,280 

716 

579 

1,042 

714 

472 

1,287 

5,993 


9,737 

io,4SS 

-63 

447 

. -133 

-45 

189 

-105 

-46 

-68 

-117 

83 

-1,091 

.. -32 

548 

-266 

414 

. -152 

30 

4,822 

-199 

445 

146 

-698 

-61 

69 

67 

-74 

-166 

-141 

-87 

69 

-86 

-106 

16 

5 

-328 

-46 

-67 

-11 

1,532 

-471 

-6 

-33 

126 

-82 

-10 

-91 

-104 

3 

92 

-25 

2 

-44 

-80 

-31 

61 

488 

-34 

-91 

67 

-21 

32 

.. .-13 

186 
1,455 


18,023 


Cape BtcIou South {County pt*) 


18,S6B 


Bateston 


-71 


Ball Creek 


130 


Bie Pond 


-48 


BrideeDort 




Catalone 


-84 






East Bay S 


-HI 








-137 


Grand Mira 


-60 


Hillside 


-228 




1,712 


Main-a-IDieu 


-236 


Port Morien 


-6 








158 


1 rout Brook 


-103 




-1,180 


Svdnev c 


7,814 


New Waterford t 






_ 


Glace Bay t 


9,617 








—24^ 


Arichat 


-31 




167 


Arichat W 


-41 




-100 


T)escous6 


. -25 


Framboise 


17 


Grand River 


-46 




' 48 




-105 


Tjoch Lomond 


-35 


Port Malcolm 


88 




11 




-54 




-10 


Rockdale 


-86 




-40 








-1,286 




180 




-40 


Brule. 




Clifton 


-94 




-238 




-135 


Five Islands .• 


-147 




-104 




-10 




-66 


LiOwer Onslow 


8 




-646 




-64 




-50 




-6< 


North River 


2S 




65 




• -99 




. - -10 


- Upper liondonderry 


. -88 


Upper Stewiacke E : 


-107 




-61 


- Waughs River 


-842 




. 


Truiot...... ' 


114 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Con, 



Electoral Districts 



NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 



Cumberland 

Advocate 

Amherst Head. 

Apple River 

Chignecto Mines: 

Diligent River i. . 

Doherty Creek 

East Amherst 

Fort Lawrence ; 

Linden : 

Lower Cove i ,. . 

Malagash ;.. 

Mansfield ; 

Middleboro 

Nappan 

Pugwash L 

Pugwash River 

Port Greville. ..;.... 

River, Hebert 

River, Philip 

Rodney... ,.. 

■ Shulee 

Six Mile Road. . ; 

Southampton. . . ; i. . 

Tidnish ; 

Wallace Bridge 

Wentworth ' . . 

Westchester ' ',. . 

West Amherst. .•. '. . 

Indian Reserves. 

Amherst t ...' 

Joggins t 

Oxford t 

Parsbpro t. '... 

Springhill t 

Digby and Annapolis 

Digby {County pi.). 

Barton 

Culloden. '. 

Freepprt 

Hillsburg. 1 

Little River. ; :. . 

Marshalls 

Plympton ■. \'. . 

Rossway . ; 

Sandy Cove and Centreville. 

Smith Cove ,. 

Tiverton 

Westport 

Weymouth 

Weymouth Bridge 

■ Indian Reserves 

Digby t '.. 

Annapolis County.: 

Bear River. 

..Belleisle 

• 'Brooklyn East (Middleton) . . 
- Carleton Comer 

■ Clarence. .-. 

• -Lawrencetown : 

• Clementsport ..-. 

Clementsvale 

■ dementis West.;.; 

Granyille Ferry, . . .• 

Hampton 

Lawrencetown Lane. 

Lequille 



Population in 



1921 



41,191 

798 

584 

592 

843 

625 

440 

734 

155 

751 

395 

537 

720 

713 

380 

914 

669 

1,222 

1,984 

937 

1,237 

192 

703 

767 

719 

549 

652 

934 

. 530 

77 

9,998 

1,732 

1,402 

2,748 

4,958 

28,965 

lo.sis 

587 
675 
708 
878 
448 
936 
725 
376 
683 
418 
522 
561 
632 
1,343 
90 
1,230 

18,1BS 
615 
787 
320 
713 
501 
989 
549 
607 
477 
658 
368 

. 645 
759 



1911 



10,543 

950 
456 
609 
684 
750 
540 
803 
174 
861 
341 
599 
716 
839 
526 
733 
732 
1,141 
1,534 
967 
601 
289 
732 
818 
982 
586 
605 
865 
528' 

8,973 

1,648 

1,392 

2,856 

5,713 

29,871 

11,290 

600 

635 

806 

1,080 

407 

1,021 

710 

343 

711 

346 

606 

652 

682 

1,444 

1,247 
18,581 
589 
849 
288 
789 

1,464 

585 
627 

■ 467 
730 

. 351 
615 
825 



1901 



36,168 

1,598 
612 



915 
451 
754 
210 
994 
367 
670 
846 
814 
881 
850 
762 
1,291 
1,168 
956 
1,076 
338 
832 
908 
981 
640 
709 
852 
406 

4,964 

1,088 

1,285 

3,391 

4,559 

30,579 

11,737 

639 

682 

830 

1,162 

448 

1,199 

819 

391 

754 

378 

542 

724 

685 

1,334 

1,150 
18,84B 
662 
968 
432 
897 

1,435 

642 
690 
465 
869 
307 
613 
871 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



648 

-152 

128 

-17 

159 

-125 

-100 

-69 

-19 

-110 

54 

-62 

4 

-126 

-146 

181 

-63 

81 

450 

-30 

636 

-97 

-29 

-51 

-263 

-37 

47 

69 

2 

1,025 

. 84 

10 

-108 

-755 

—906 

-478 

-13 

40 

-98 

-202 

41 

-85 

15 

33 

-28 

72 

-84 

-91 

-50 

-101 

-17 
-428 

26 
-62 

32 
-76 

26 

-36 

-20 

10 

-72 

17 

30 



1911 

»over 

1901 



4,375 

-648 
-156 



-165 

89 

49 

-36 

-133 

-26 

-71 

-130 

25 

-355 

-117 

-30 

-150 

366 

11 

-475 

-49 

-100 

-90 

1 

-54 

-104 

13 

122 

4,009 

560 

107 

-535 

1,154 

-708 

-U7 

-39 

-47 

-24 

-82 

-41 

-178 

-109 

-48 

-43 

-32 

64 

-72 

-3. 

110 

97 
-S61 
-73 
-119 
-144 
-108 

29 

-57 

-63 

2 

-139 

44 

2 

-46 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 



1911 



1901 



1921 
over 
1911 



NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 

Digby and Annapolis— Concluded. 
Anna'poUs Coun^j/- Concluded. 

Maitland 

Margaretsville 

Melvem 

Milford 

Morse Road (Dalhousie) 

New Albany 

Nictau 

Parker Cove 

Port George 

Port Lorrie 

Round Hill 

Springfield 

Thome's Cove (Granville Lower) 

Torbrook (Meadowvale) 

Indian Reserves 

Annapolis Royal t 

Bridgetown t 

Middleton t 

Uallfax City and County 

Halifax County 

Bedford Basin 

Chezzetcook E 

Chezzetcook W 

Cole Harbour (Imperial) 

East Dover 

Eastern Passage 

Fall River (Waverly Corner) 

Ferguson Cove 

French Village 

Gays River 

Hackett Cove (Haggen's Cove) 

Hammond Plains 

Herring Cove 

Hubbard Cove (North Shore) 

Ingram River 

Jeddore 

Lawrencetown 

Little River 

Meagher Grant 

Cariboo Mines 

Middle Musquodoboit 

Musquodoboit Harbour 

Musquodoboit Upper 

Northwest Arm '. 

Port Dufferin 

Porter Lake 

Portuguese Cove 

Preston 

Preston Road 

Sackville (13 Mile House) 

Sambro 

Seaforth 

Sheet Harbour 

Sober Island 

Ship Harbour 

Shoal Bay 

Smith Cove 

Spry Bay 

Spryfield (Prospect Road) 

Terence Bay 

Upper Prospect 

Canadian Navy 

Indian Reserves 

Dartmouth t 



341 
507 
528 
293 
260 
188 
775 
565 
455 
421 
583 
849 
778 
737 
88 
836 

1,086 

875 

97,238 

S8,8B6 

1,487 
848 
830 

2,966 
545 

1,050 
808 
278 
761 
642 
767 
682 
295 
542 
810 
963 
283 
270 
457 
211 
793 
987 
987 

2,102 

660 

177 

318 

■ 572 

1,071 

1,362 
432 
193 
974 
247 
799 
844 
836 
575 
368 
648 
342 

175 
7,899 



345 
481 
514 
342 
300 
215 
705 
616 
472 
474 
647 
813 
862 
874 

1,019 

996 

827 

80,257 

SS,6S8 
1,008 
800 
942 
1,468 
553 
950 
760 
209 
832 
678 
816 
707 
380 
497 
735 
1,077 
328 
205 
465 
959 

889 

1,163 

762 

950 

225 

438 

519 

653 

1,004 

455 

218 

1,354 

878 
1,007 
884 
735 
413 
641 
428 
595 

5,058 



374 
476 
578 
354 
328 
292 
742 
531 
548 
565 
610 
561 
842 
776 

1,019 

858 

537 

74,662 

ss.sso 

1,085 

1,006 

1,116 

1,377 

473 

1,020 

1,004 

204 

827 

728 

883 

691 

438 

495 

635 

1,123 

359 

221 

466 

945 

908 

1,219 
481 

1,120 
210 
485 
498 
493 

1,022 
503 
270 

1,583 

856 
1,092 
928 
893 
443 
469 
455 



4,806 



-4 

26 

14 

-49 

-40 

-27 

70 

49 

-17 

-53 

-64 

36 

-84 

-137 

-183 

90 

48 

16,971 

5,218 

479 

48 

-112 

1,498 

-8 

100 

48 

69 

-71 

-36 

-49 

-25 

-85 

45 

75 

-114 

-45 

65 

-8 

45 

98 

-176 

1,340 

-290 

-48 

-120 

53 

418 

358 

-23 

-25 

-133 

-79 
-163 

-48 
-160 

-45 
7 

-86 



2,841 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 

Halifax City and County— Concluded. 
Halifax City 

Ward No. 1 

Ward No. 2 

Ward No. 3 

Ward No. 4 

Ward No. 5 

Ward No. 6.; 

Hants 

Avondale (Newport Sounding) 

Burlington 

Falmouth 

Gore 

Kempt 

Maitland 

Nine-Mile River 

Noel 

Rawdon 

Rawdon and Uniaolce 

St. Croix 

Scotch Village 

Shubenacadie 

South Newport (Brooklyn) 

Walton 

Windsor Forks 

Indian Reserves 

Hantsport t 

Windsor t 

Inverness 

Broad Cove Marsh 

Cheticamp 

Craignish 

Glencoe 

Hillsboro 

Judique 

Lake Ainslie E , 

Lake Ainslie W 

Long Point 

Margaree Harbour E 

Margaree Harbour W 

Margaree N.E 

Margaree S.W 

Pleasant Bay 

Poplar Grove 

Port Hastings 

Port Hood 

River Denys 

River Inhabitants 

' St. Joseph : , . 

Strath Lome 

West Bay 

Whycocomagh N 

Whycocomagh S 

Orangedale 

Indian Reserves 

Inverness t 

Port Hawkesbury t 

Port Hood t 

Kings 

Aylesford 

Cambridge j. 

Canard 

Canning ■ 

Cornwallis 

Dalhousie 

Harbourville 

Horton 



BS,S7g 

7,117 

10,064 

7,604 

9,564 

11,180 

12,843 

19,739 

548 

506 

975 

1,241 

1,426 

1,326 

1,048 

1,272 

500 

508 

,733 

663 

• 1,721 

835 

442 

682 

39 

683 

3,591 

%3,808 

871 

2,580 

455 

757 

770 

,210 

472 

254 



1, 



1, 



526 

1,043 

859 

270 

653 

645 

1,299 

700 

807 

1,065 

1,020 

637 

822 

579 



179 

2,963 

869 

805 

28,723 

2,262 

905 

422 

1,245 

4,861 

247 

391 

4,263 



Jfi,6l9 

6,841 

7,686 

4,222 

6,256 

10,819 

10,795 

19,703 

689 

546 

914 

1,161 

1,406 

1,496 

1,067 

1,311 

576 

516 

1,512 

673 

1,516 

946 

438 

798 

686 

3,452 

25,571 

959 
2,467 
525 
903 
759 
,350 
517 
296 



1, 



726 

504 

1,068 



770 

761 

1,399 

825 

945 

1,081 

1,104 

1,145 

602 

556 

676 

2,719 
684 

1,078 
21,780 

2,034 
799 
468 

1,413 

3,800 
317 
421 

4,166 



6,069 

7,440 

3,561 

5,925 

9,706 

8,131 

20,056 

613 

570 

925 

983 

1,564 

1,763 

1,140 

1,237 

569 

645 

1,570 

705 

1,463 

1,001 

400 

797 

713 

3,398 

24,353 



2,480 
607 

1,118 
859 
808 
621 
391 
783 
768 
604 

1,260 

1,029 
304 
968 
834 

1,341 
976 
970 
092 



1, 
1,681 

713 
1,295 

680 



633 

550 

21,937 



n,7BS 

276 

2,378 

3,382 

3,308 

361 

2,048 

36 

-141 

-40 

61 

80 

20 

-170 

-19 

-39 

-76 

-8 

221 

-10 

205 

-111 

4 

-116 

-3 

139 

-1,763 

-88 

113 

-70 

-146 

11 

-140 

-45 

-42 

-28 

22 

-25 

-9 

-14 

-117 

-116 

-100 

-125 

-138 

-16 

-84 

-508 

220 

23 



244 

185 

-273 

1,943 

228 

106 

-46 

-168 

1,061 

-70 

-30 

97 



5,787 

772 

246 

661 

331 

1,113 

2,664 

-353 

76 

-24 

-11 

178 

-158 

-267 

-73 

74 

7 

-129 

-58 

-32 

■ 53 

-55 

38 

1 

-27 
54 

1,218 
-29 
-13 
-82 

-215 

-100 
542 

-104 
-95 

-42 
-100 
-192 
-161 

-20 
-198 

-73 

58 

-151 

-25 

-11 

-577 

432 

-693 

-124 



51 

528 

-157 



10 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



- 


Population in 


Increase or 


Decrease 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 
Kings— Concluded. 


' 607 

771 

934 

447 

848 

1,019 

41 

2,717 

1,743 

33,742 

538 

■ 925 

579. 

483 

848 

547 

870 

873 

531 

573 

415 

632 

510 

646 

311 

418 

1,126 

535 

763 

432 

225 

582 

523 

707 

709 

814 

267 

859 

502 

966 

529 

944 

752 

400 

645 

696 

650 

719 

553 

1,088 

863 

78 

3,147 

2,792 

1,177 

40,851 

471 

496 

649 

80 

389 

670 

458 

214 

585 

528 


595 
726 
850 
466 
1,054 
909 

2,304 

1,458 

33,260 

815 
945 
628 
833 
902 
624 
850 
1.096 
646 

\ 1,058 

457 
670 
302 
454 
921 
566 
680 
434 
508 
625 
769 
671 
790 
\ 788 

1.372 

664 
613 
611 
739 
469 
592 
691 
733 
802 
830 
936 
769 

2.775 
2.681 
951 
35,858 
511 
533 
709 

, 91 
420 
773 
449 
336 
447 
610 


1.731 

1.412 

32,389 

855 

981 

593 

905 

1.117 

578 

832 

978 

599 

1,043 
616 

495 
418 
656 
689 
761 
658 
. 648 
1.652 

1,264 

677 

1,326 

572 

803 

1.027 
1,147. 
629 
774 
799 
838 
777 

3.000 

2.916 

866 

33,459 

435 
735 
802 

767 
918 
474 
236 
394 
793 


. 12 

45 

84 

-19 

-206 

110 

413 

285 

482 

-277 

-20 

-49 

-350 

-54 

-77 

20 

-223 

—115 

-11 

53. 

-24 

9 

-36 

205 

-31 

83 

-2 

-283 

-43 

-246 

36 

-81 

293 

-11 

302 

-84 

■ 333 

13 

-69 

53 

■ 5 

-83 

-83 

-277 

152 

94 

372 

HI 

226 

4,993 

-40 

-37 

-60 

-11 

^31 

-103 

9 

-122 

138 

.. -82 




■ TsTnrth TCincraton 


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Sfnts Tiav 


_ 


Shpffipld Mills 


^ 




_ 


Tnfl lan Reserves 


„ 


TrCpntville t 


573 


Woltville t 


46 


T.iini^nhiirfir 


871 


"RnlrpT ftpttlpment . , .'. 


-40 




-36 




35 




-72 


Bliip Rocks 


-215 




46 


nViPstpr E 


18 


Chester W 


118 




47 








15 


>Jpw "Diihlin f Dublin Shore ot.^ 






_ 


"Fir^t floiitH 


54 






TTfihVi<i Mills 


_ 




_ 




_ 




185 




16 




-48 




-64 




8 


Mill Cove 


13 




142 


New Germany East (Chesley Comer pt;) 

New Germany West (Chesley Corner pt.). • ... . 


-864 
108 






Northfield 


-13 




-7ia 




3£ 




-64 


Park Creek 


_ 




-435 




-45( 




m 




2f 




3) 




9i 




-i 








-22.5 




-235 




8S 




2,39! 




• 76 




-202 




-9! 




- 




-347 




-145 




-2n 




IOC 




5; 




-183 







11 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 



PIctou— Concluded . 

East River St. Marys 

Ferrona 

Fisher Grant 

Fraser's Mountain and Linacy . . . 

Garden of Eden 

Green Hill 

Hardwood 

Hopewell 

Little Harbour 

Lome .' 

McLennan Mountain 

Merigonish 

Middle River 

Mill Brook 

Mount Tliom 

New Larig 

Pictou Island 

River John 

River John W. Branch 

Sunnybrae 

Thorburn 

McLennon's Brook 

Toney River 

Wentworth Grant 

Indian Reserves 

New Glasgow t 

Pictou t 

Stellarton t 

Trenton t 

Westville t 

Shelburne and Queens 

Shelbtirne County 

Barrington Head and Passage . . . . 

Churchover and Rosary 

Clark's Harbour 

Clyde River and Cape Negro 

Green Harbour 

Jordan Bay 

Jordan River 

North Cape Island (Centre ville)., 

Northeast Harbour 

Ohio 

Port Latour 

Sable River and Lewis Head 

Sandy Point 

Shag Harbour 

Woods Harbour 

Indian Reserve 

Lockeport t 

Shelburne t 

Queens County 

Brookfield North 

Brooklyn 

Caledonia 

Eagle Head 

Greenfield 

Hunt Point (White Point) 

Kempt 

Milton 

Port Medway 

Port Mouton 

Western Head (Moose Harbour).. 

Indian Reserve 

Liverpool t 

Millv 



Population in 



1921 



214 
496 
250 
572 
265 
480 
822 
647 
620 
.372 
309 
461 
595 
367 
534 
322 
228 
771 
502 
419 
615 
, 881 
515 
330 
156 
8,974 
2,988 
5,312 
2,844 
4,550 
23,435 
13,491 
1,567 
710 
965 
805 
881 
318 
553 
,123 
301 
272 
729 
856 
521 
578 
1,000 
41 
851 
1,360 
9,944 
746 
497 
751 
564 
401 
311 
433 
1,311 
652 
817 
440 
44 
2,294 
688 



1, 



1911 



257 
500 
419 

287 
497 
818 
034 
509 
459 
370 
532 
620 
387 
635 
274 
195 
883 
5.58 
408 
1,159 

530 
404 

6,383 

3,179 

3,910 

1,749 

4,417 

34,311 

14,106 

1,244 

719 

1,385 

1,017 

882 

300 

.551 

1,140 

349 

325 

758 

902 

560 

583 

1,171 

784 

1,435 

10,106 

824 

572 

810 

644 

465 

378 

397 

1,291 

644 

897 

354 

2,109 
721 



1901 



580 
382 

687 
035 
915 
598 
618 
498 
. 480 
093 
672 
.511 
854 
437 
159 
1,130 
711 
527 
933 

043 
480 

4,447 
3,235 
2,335 
1,274 
3,471 
24,428 

U.sos 

1,315 

784 

1,415 

958 



287 
520 

1,026 
342 
363 
812 

1,533 
495 
604 

1,186 



Increase or Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



-43 

-4 

-169 

-22 

-17 

, 4 

13 

11 

-87 

-61 

-71 

-31 

-20 

-101 

48 

33 

-112 

-56 

11 

337 

-15 
-74 

2,591 

-191 

1,402 

1,095 

133 

-776 

-614 

323 

-9 

-420 

-212 

-1 

18 

2 

-17 

-48 

-.53 

-29 

-46 

-39 

-5 

-111 



1,117 


07 


1,445 


-75 


10,ZB6 


-162 


900 


-78 


627 


-75 


863 


-59 


667 


-80 


494 


-64 


412 


-67 


376 


36 


1,246 


20 


790 


8 


813 


-80 


388 


86 


1,937 


185 


713 


-38 



1911 
over 
1901 



-80 
37 

-400 
-138 

—97 

36 

-109 

-39 
-110 
-161 

-46 
-124 
-219 
-163 
36 
-247 
-153 
-119 
226 

-113 
-76 

1,936 

-56 

1,575 

475 

946 

-317 

-97 

-71 

-65 

-30 

59 

13 

31 

114 

7 

-38 

-54 

-631 

65 

-21 

-15 

-333 

-10 

-IZO 

-76 

-55 

-53 

-23 

-29f 

-34 

21 

45 

-146 

84 

-34 

172 



12 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 
and'the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con- 





Population in 


Increase or IJeorease 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


NOVA SCOTIA— Concluded. 


31,174 

««,.374 
800 
425 
757 
1,158 
754 
942 
573 

702 

438 

277 

680 

675 

859 

494 

601 

1,400 

669 

754 

' 909 

10 

1,424 

7,073 

8,800 

529 

453 

629 

609 

455 

489 

579 

579 

540 

1,237 

1,333 

1,368 


32,097 

es,S20 

\ 1,405 

^ 731. 
1,252 
826 
968 
723 
291 
640 
545 
314 
804 
816 
953 
588 
783 
1,326 
652 

\ 1,611 

1,392 

6,600 

8,877 

570 

1 1,054 

1,095 

601 

1 1,327 

1,133 

621 

1,223 

1,253 


31,454 

SS,869 
1,422 

830 
1,352 
629 
917 
770 
332 
637 
504 
535 
832 
779 
958 
601 
911 
1,151 
693 
1,560 

1,026 
6,430 
8,685 
448 
■ 988 

980 

647 

1,214 

1,082 

612 

1,318 

1,296 


-923 

-846 
-180 

26 

-94 

-72 

-26 

-150 

62 

-107 

-37 

-124 

-141 

-94 

-94 

-182 

74 

17 

52. 

32 
473 
-77 
-41 

28 

-486 
-146 
-259 

-554 

-81 

14 

115 


643 




SSI 




-17 


"Brooklin 






-99 


Belleville 


-100 




197 




51 


Fipl Brook 


-47 




-41 




3 




41 




-221 




-28 




37 


Port Maitland 


-5 




-13 




-128 




175 




-41 


Tuskct.. 


51 








_ 




366 




170 


Clare (Dinbv Co. vt.) 


29S 




122 




66 








115 




-46 




113 








51 




9 




-95 




- 




-43 







SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN III. 



Published by Acthority of the Honourable James A. Robb, Minister of Trade and Commerce. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief- 

Statisticun for Population. 



POPULATION OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, 1921 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Counties and Urban and 

Rural Sub-divisions. 

Prince Edward Island became a province of the Dominion on July 1st, 1873. 
It is the smallest of the provinces, having an area of 1,397,991 acres, or 2,184.36 
square miles. The Indian name of the province was Abegweit. From 1534 
to 1798 it was known as St. John's Island. In the latter year the name was 
changed by the Legislature to Prince Edward Island in honour of the Duke of 
Kent. 

In 1798 the population was 9,676, in 1822 it grew to 24,600, in 1848 to 
62,678, in 1861 to 80,857, and in 1871 to 94,021. The population of the province 
according to census figures continued to increase up to 1891, since which year 
each decennial census has shovvn a decreasing population. 

The following summary shows the population of the province by decades 
from 1871 (Provincial Census) to 1921 inclusive, together with the number 
and per cent increase for each decade as compared with the per cent increase for 
the Dominion as a whole at each Census period. 



Census Year 


Population 


Increase over' 
. preceding Census 


Per cent 

increase 

for the 

Dominion 


. Number. 


Per cent 


1921 


88,615 

93,728 

103,259 

109,078 

108,891 

94,021 


-5,113 

-9,531 

-5,819 

187 

14,870 


-5-4 

-9-2 

-5-3 

0-2 

15-8 


21-7 


1911 


341 


1901 


111 


1891 


11-8 


1881 


17-2 


1871 









Note. — The minus sign (— ) shows a decrease. 



Urban and Rural Population 

For the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages- has been defined as urban, and that outside of such 
localities as rural. The following summary gives for the last three censuses the 
urban and rural population of the province so distributed. . The classification 
for each census is based on the population of the various classes of places as shown 
by the returns of each census. As a result the figures for each census may not 
relate exactly to the same urban and rural territory, since some localities which 
were reported as rural in one census may be considered urban in a subsequent 
one. There are no rural municipalities in the province. 

■ 38483 



TABLE 1. Urban and Rural Population, 1921, 1911, 1901 



Class of Place 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Per cent of 
Total, Population 




Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Total Population 

tjrban Places 


'7 
1 
6 


88,615 

19, 093 

12,347 
6,746 

69,522 


4 

1 
3 


93,728 

15,980 

11,203 
4,777 

77,748 


3 

1 
2 


103,259 

16,078 

12,080 
3,998 

87,181 


100-0 

21 5 

13-9 
7-6 

78-5 


100 

17 1 

12-0 
5-1 

82-9 


108 

15 6 

11-7 
3-9 

84-4 






Rural parts. . 





TABLE 2. Area- and Population of Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911, 1901 





Land 

Area in 

Sq. Milos 


Population 1921 


1911 


1901 


Increase {+) 

or 
Decrease ( — ) 




Total 


Per 
Sq. 
Mile 


1921 
over 
19U 


1911 

over 

,1901 


Prince Edward Island. . . . 


2,184-36(1) 

641 ■ IS 
778-23 
764-95 


88,615 

20,445 
31,520 
36,650 


40 56 

31-88 
40-50 
47-91 


93,728 

22,036 
32,779 
38,313 


103,259 

24,725 
35,400 
43,134 


-5,113 

-2,191 
-1,259 
-1,663 


-9,531 

-2,089 
-2,621 
-4,821 


Kings • . . 


Prince. . . 


Queens 





TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911, 1901 





Land 

Area in 

Sq. Milos 


- Population, 1921 


1911 


1901 


Increase (-I-) 

or 
Decrease ( — ) . . 




Total 


Per 

Sq. 
Mile , 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Charlottetown c. and Royalty. . . 

Georgetown t.-and Royalty 

Montague t. .' 


10-94 

3-76 


12,347(2) 
884 
359 

1,094 
625 

3,228 
556 


1,128-61 
.235-73 


11,203 
1,010 

1,089 

■ 2,678 


12,080 
1,123 

2,875 


-1-1,144 
-126 

+5 

4 550 


-877 
-113 






Alberton t. . . 




Suramerside t 


-197 


Kensington t 







'By map measurement! ^Royalty has a population of 1,,533. 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution 

Act, 1914 and the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census 

Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



PBIIVCE EOWARD ISLAND 



Kings 

Township 38 

Township 39 

Township 40 

Township 41 

Township 42 

Township 43 '. _. 

Township 44 ". 

Township 45 

Township 46. 

Township 47 

Township 51 

To,wnship 52 

Township 53 

Township 54 

Township 55 

Township 50 

Township 59 

Township 61 

Township 63 

Township 04 

Township 60 

Georgetown and Royalty t.. 

Indian Reserve 

Souris t 

Montague t 



Prince 

Township 1. : . . . 

Township 2 

Township 3 

Township 4 

Township 5 

Township 

Township 7 

Township 8 

Township 9 

Township 10.. . . 

Township 11 

Township 12. . . . 

Township 13 

Townsliip 14 

Township 15 

Township 10 

Township 17 

Township IS 

Township 19 

• Township 25 

Township 20 

Township 27 

Township 28.. .p . 

Indian Reserve.. 

Summersido t... 

Alberton t 

Kensington t 



1921 



88,615 



20,445 

719 

714 

937 

■ 891 

422 

920 

839 

727 

749 

840 

785 

1,070 

827 

735 

887 

067 

824 

1,133 

1,344 

1,812 

246 

884 

14 

1,094 

359 



31,520 

2,516 

1,630 

1,042 

1,383 

1,286 

1,257 

769 

'802 

597 

572 

604 

794 

1,082 

1,152 

1,630 

1,012 

1,331 

1,416 

1,183 

810 

1,278 

1,122 

1,070 

167 

3,228 

025 

550 



1911 



93,728 

22,636 

804 

1,010 

951 

919 

446 

880 

1,011 

819 

972 

907 

995 

1,150 

958 

762 

1,001 

749 

1,334 

1,363 

1,493 

1,829 

178 

. 1,010 

1,089 



32,779 

2,585 

1,992 

1,298 

J, 230(5) 

1,"185 

1,306 

864 

855 

776 

599 

'659 

974 

1„170 

1,298 

2,189 

•1,045 

1,499 

1,416 

,519(<) 

804 

1,252 

. 1,113 

1,473 

2,678 



1901 



103,259 

24,725 

845 
1,036 
1,509 

502 

■557 

649 

1,302 

1,995(1) 

1,018 

988 
1,007 
1,055 
1,395 

828 
1,190 

895 
1,604 
1,402 
1.581 
1,916 

328 
1,123 



35, 400 

2,822 

2,160 

1,4.39 

2,355(5) 

1,263 

1,322 

960 

896 

787 

489 

073 

917 

1,222 

'1,488 

2,516 

1,232 

1,589 

1,610 

1,687(') 

945 

1,202 

1,281 

1,620 

2,875 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-5,113 

-2,191 

-85 
-296 

-14 

-28 

-24 

+40 
-172 

-92 
-223 

-67 
-210 

-SO 
-131 

-27 
-114 
■ -82 
-510 
-230 
-149 
.-17 

+68 
-126 

+5 



-1,259 

-69 

-362 

-256 

-S47 

+ 101 

-49 

-95 

-53 

-179 

-27 

-55 

-180 

-88 

-146 

-559 

-33 

-168 



-336 

+ 12 

+26 

+9 

+197 

+550 



1911 

over 

1901 



-9,531 

-2,089 

-41 

-26. 

-558 

+417 

-HI 

+231 

-291 

-1,176(1) 

-46 

-81 

-12 

+101 

-437 

-60 

-189 

-140 

-270 

-39 

-88 

-87 

-150 

^113 



-2,621 

-2.37 

-lOS 

-141 

-125 

-78 

-10 

-96 

-41 

-11 

+110 

-14 

+57 

-.52 

-190 

^327 

-237 

-90 

-194 

-168 

-141 

+50 

-168 

-147 

-197 



(1) Includes Souris town. 
(') Includes Kensington. 



(2) Included in township. (') Includes Alberton. 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution 

Act, 1914 and the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census 

Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cow. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


PBINCE EDWARD ISLAND— 

eoncluded. 


36,650 

585 

1,562 

844 

1,201 

2,004 

1,429 

1,019 

1,280 

892 

981 

1.019 

996. 

777 

964 

1,059 

1,066 

1,018 

1,148 

746 

634 

714 

1,198 

1,167 

12,347 


38,313 

774 

1,678 

948 

1,434 

2,192 

1,500 

1,181 

1,442 

922 

991 

1,049 

1,016 

1,006 

1,092 

1,061 

1,175 

1,117 

1,392 

907 

693 

852- 

1,370 

1,318 

11,203 


43,134 

1,231" 

1,532 

1,226 

1,742 

2,362 

1,787 

1,357 

1,434 

1,059 

1,120 

1,153 

1,124 

1,173 

- 1,186 

1,237 

1,399 

1,331 

1,778 

954 

830 

882 

1,632 

1,525 

12,080 


.-1,663 

-189 

-116 

-104 

-233 

-188 

-71 

-162 

-162 

-30 

-10 

-30 

-20 

-229 

-128 

— 2 

-109 

-99 

-244 

. -161 

-59 

-138 

-235 

-151 

+ 1,144 


-4,821 


Tnwnshin 20 


-457 


Township 21 


+146 


Townshin 22 


-278 


Townshio 23 


-308 


TownshiD 24 


-170 


Townshin 29 


-287 


TownshiD 30 


-176 


Township 31 


+8 


Township 32 - 


• -137 


Township 33 


-129 


TownshiD .34 


-104 




-108 


Township 36 


-107 


Townshin 37 


-94 




-176 


Township 49 


-224 


Town'^hip 50 


-214 




-386 


Township 58 


-47 


Township 60 


-137 


Township 62 


-30 




-262 


Townshin 67 ....... 


-207 




-877 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN IV. 



PUBLBHED BT AUTHOBITT OF THE HONOURABLE JaMKS A. ROBB, MiNISTBB OF TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bdrbatj of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chibp 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF ALBERTA, 1921 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Urban and 
Rural Sub-divisions. 

The Province of Alberta was organized in 1905, from the area then known 
as the North West Territories. From north to south it is about 750 miles in 
length and in its widest part about 400 niiles in width. It has a land area of 
161,872,000 acres or 252,925 square miles, and a water area of 1,510,400 acres, or 
a total area of 163,872,400 acres or 255,285 square miles. The province has a 
greater area than France and is about twice the size of Great Britain and Ireland. 

There are three National Parks in Alberta with a total area of 7,280 square 
miles: Rocky Mountain park, area 2,751 square miles; Jasper park, area 
4,400 square miles; and Waterton Lake park, area 129 square miles. In addition 
there are three Animal parks and Reserves: Buffalo park, near Wainwright, 
area 158.75 square miles; Elk Island park, near Lamont, area 16 square miles; 
and Foremost Antelope reserve, southern Alberta, area 9 square miles. 

The following summary gives the population of Alberta from 1901 to 1921 
inclusive, by quinquennial and decennial periods, together with the number 
and per cent increase in population shown by each Census. 





Population 


Increase made in 5 years 


Increase made in 10 years 


Per cent 

of 

increase in 

population 

of the 

Dominion 

by decades. 


Census Year 


Number 


Per cent 


Number 


Per cent 


1921 .. 


588,454 
496,525 
374,295 
185,412 
73,022 


91,929 
122,230 
188,883 
112,390. 


18-5 

32-5 

102-7 

153-9 


214, 159 
301,273 


57-1 
413-1 


21-7 


1910 




1911 


34-1 


1906 




1901 


11-1 







Note. — Because of the large extent and indefinite boundaries of enumeration areas previous to 1901 
and the tact that many of these areas embraced parts of the present provinces of Alberta and 
Saskatchewan, it is not possible to apportion the statistics of population as between Alberta and 
Saskatchewan previous to 1901. 

Urban and Rural Population. 

For the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities, as rural. The following summary shows for the last three Censuses 
the urban and rural population of the province. The classification for each 
Census is based upon the population of the various classes of places as shown 
by the returns of each Census. As a result the figures for each Census may not 
39275—1 ' 



relate exactly to the same urban and rural territory, since some territory which 
was regarded as rural in one Census may be considered urban in a subsequent 
one. 



TABLE 


1. Urban and Rural Populatic 


n, 1921 


1911 and 1901 






Class of Place 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Per cent of 
Total Population 


No. 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


No. 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


No. 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Total population 

Urban Places 


175 

6 

55 

114 


588,454 

222,904 

147,246 
50, 145 
25,513 

365,550 

356,805 
8,745 


103 

6 
27 
70 


374,295 

137,662 

90,252 

25,881 

21,529 

236,633 

229,445 
7,188 


28 
1 
6 

21 


73,022 

18,533 

4,091 

9,164 

5,278 

54,489 

48,054 
6,435 


100 00 

37-88 

25-02 

8-52 

4-34 

62 12 

60-63 

1-49 


100 00 

36-77 

24-11 

6-91 

5-75 

63-22 

61-30 

1-92 


100-00 
25-38 


Cities 


5-60 




12-55 




7-23 


Rural parts 


74-62 


White population 

Indian Reserves 


65-81 
8-81 



In 1901 nearly 254 persons in every 1,000 of the total population lived in 
urban centres, as compared with 368 per 1,000 population in 1911 and 379 in 
1921. In the 20 years under review the urban population grew from 18,533 to 
222,904, which would, assuming the annual gains level, show a yearly increase, 
for the period, of 10,219 to the urban population. During the same 20 years the 
rural population increased by 311,061, being a yearly average, assuming level 
annual increases, of 15,553 for the period. 

In 1901 there were 1 city, 6 towns and 21 villages, as against 6 cities, 27 
towns and 70. incorporated villages in 1911, and an equal number of cities, 55 
towns and 114 villages in 1921. 

Nearly 9 per cent of the population in 1901 was of Indian origin; 
although the Indian population increased from 6,435 in 1901 to 7,188 in 1911, 
the proportion to total population in the latter year was only 1 . 92 per cent. By 
the last census the Indians numbered 8,745, or 1 .49 of the total population. 

TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts, 1&21, 1911, 1901. 





Land 

Area in 

Sq. miles 


Population, 1921 


1911 


1901 


Increase or 
Decrease 


Electoral Districts 


Total 


PerSq. 
m. 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBEBTA 

Rattle River 


252,9850) 

13,192 

11,297 

2,034 

4,630 

58,742 

112,976 

5,498 

9,017 

12,569 

13,544 

5,309 

6,475 


588,454 

49,173 
55,356 
44,995 
44,341 
.5 '6, 548 
74,267 
'^37,699 
34,008 
43,179 
49,629 
42,520 
56,739 


2-33 

3-73 
4-90 
22-12 
9-58 
0-96 
0-66- 
6-86 
3-77 
■ 3-44 
3-66 
8-01 
S-76 


374,295 

'26,352 
27,304 
35,163 
30,023 
30,926 
• 35,386 
29,487 
30,779 

. 24, 697 
37,507 
28,3,55 
38,316 


73,022 

597 
1,565 
5,526 
3,546 
7,685 
7,641 
5,995 
8,228 
3,185 
7,568 
12,635 
8,851 


214,159 

22,821 

28,052 

9,832 

14,318 

25,622 

38,881 

8,212 

3,229 

18,482 

12, 122 

14, 165 

18,423 


301,273 

25,755 




25,739 




29,637 




26,477 




23,241 




27,745 




23,492 




22,551 




21,512 


"Rpd Doer 


29,939 




15,720 




29,465 







'Land area of Alberta. The areas reported for Electoral Districts include Land and Water. 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed" in 1921. 



Cities and Towns 



Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 



Population, 1921 



Total 



PerS. 



1911 



1901 



Increase or 
Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



Cities 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Lethbridge.. . . 
Medicine Hat. 

Red Deer . 

Wetaskiwin 



Towns 

Athabasca 

Bassano 

Beverley 

Big Valley 

Blairmore 

Bow Island 

Brooks 

Camroso 

Cardston 

Carmangay. ........ 

Castor 

Claresholm 

Coleman . . . 

Coronation 

Daysland : . . . 

Diamond City 

Didsbury 

Drumheller 

Edson 

Fort Saskatchewan. 

Gleichcn 

Granum: 

Grouard 

Grande Prairie 

Hanna 

Hardisty 

High River 

Innistail 

Irvine 

Lacombe 

Leduc 

Moydminster (pt.).. 

Macleod.. 

Macrath 

;\'orinville. 

Nanton 

Okotoks 

Olds 

Peace River 

Pinchor Creek 

Ponoka 

Raymond 

Redcliffe; 

Stavelcy 

Stettler 

St. Albert 

Stony Plain 

Strathmore 

Taber 

Tofield 

Vegreville 

Vermilion 

Vulcan 

Wainwright 

Youngstown 



40-50 
42-50 
10-85 
17-00 
1-56 
4-00 



147,346 

03,305 
,58,821 
11,097. 
9,634 
2,328 
2,061 

50,145 

425 

799 

1,039 

1,0,57 

1,.552 

427 

499 

1,892 

1,612 

300 

710 

963 

1,590 

645 

441 

- 198 

842 

2,499 

1,138 

982 

608 

279 

375 

1,061 

1,364 

'517 

1,198 

941 

356 

1,133 

756- 

286 

1,723 

1,069 

460 

710 

448 

764 

980 

888 

1,594 

1,394 

1,137 

292 

1,416 

800 

- 360 

584 

1,705 

500 

1,479 

1,272 

641 

975 

410 



1,, 563 -08 
1,384-02 
1,022-76 

566-70 
1,492-30 

515-25 



1, 



212 

639 

1,039 

2,114 

1,989 

762 

499 

540 

1,212 

300 

816 

963 

11,357 

322 

612 

792 

519 

7,350 

81 

1,055 

1,590 

1,033 

815 

1,414 

1,364 

204 

186 

623 

284 

1,133 

1,400 

202 
454 
589 
522 

1,445 
611 

1,849 

i,096 

1,694 
343 
303 

■ 217 
377 
341 
193 
516 
566 
260 

8,216 
502 

1,885 
557 

1,108 



93,940 

43,704 
31,064 
9,035 
5,608 
2,118 
2,411 

34,575 

227 
540 



1,137 
307 
486 

1,586 

1,207 
286 

1,659 
809 

1,557 

349 
510 

726 

497 
782- 
583 
250 
447 



351 

1,182 

602 

372 

1,029 

523 

222 

1,844 

995 

385 

571 

516 

917 

1,027 
642 

1,465 
220 
245 

1,444 
614 
505 
531 

1,400 
586 

1-029 
625 

- 788 



13,083 

4,392 
4,176 
2,072 
1,570 
' 323 
550 

5,428 

-268 



231 



639 



112 



306 
101 



153 
317 

499 
112 

796 

424 

49 

245 
218 

335 
151 



472 



53,306 

19,601 

27, 757 

2,062 

4,026 

210 

—350 

15,570 

198 
259 



415 
120 

13 
306 
405 

14 

-949 

154 

33 

92 

-312 

116 

641 

200 

85 

29 

-72 



166 

16 

339 

-16 

104 

233 

64 

-121 

74 

75 

139 

-68 

-153 

-139 

952 

-71 

917 

47 

-28, 

186 

-145 

53 

305 

-86 

450 

647 

187 



80,857 
39,312 
26,888 
6,963 
4,038 
1,795 
1,861 

29,147 

—41 



906 



568 



614 



476 
482 



1,029 
. 285 

■ 530 
411 

1,048 
571 
336 

271 
699 

692 
491 



142 



Note. — Parts of Calgary City are in the Electoral Districts of Calgary E., Calgary W. and Macleod. 
Parts of Edmonton City are in the Electoral Districts of Edmonton E., Edmonton W. and Strathcona. 

39275—2 



TABLE 4. Population of Incorporated Villages of Alberta, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed 
in 1921, 



Villages 



AU Villages 



Acme. 

Airdrie 

Alderson 

Alix 

Alliance 

Alberta Beach; 

Barons 

Bashaw 

Eawlt 

■ Bentley 

Bittern lake.. . 

Blackie 

Blackfalds 

Botha. . . : 

Bowden 

Bruderheim 

Burdett 

Beiseker 

Cadogan 

Carstairs 

Carbon 

Cayley 

Cereal 

Champion 

Chauvin 

Chipman 

Chinook 

~ Clairmont 

Clive 

Clyde 

Coalhurst 

Cochrane 

Coaldale 

Commerce 

Consort 

Cowley 

Crossfield 

Czar 

Craigmy le .... 

Delburne 

Delia 

Donalda 

Duchess 

Edgerton 

Empress 

Entwistle 

Erskine 

Enchant 

Ferintosh 

Frank 

Forestburg 

Gadsby 

Galahad. . . . . 

Grasss' lake. . 

Heisl'er 

Halkirk 

Holden 



1921 



25,513 

100 

111 

282 
246 
75 
253 
433 
150 
222 
48 
204 
93 
130 
222 
255 
182 
183 
106 
328 
312 
135 
180 
338 
219 
225 
241 
130 
232 
154 
928 
268 
142 
360 
166 
107 
211 

71 
231 
215 
312 
248 
116 
176 
394 
219 
198 

92 
144 
401 
181 
150 
124 
161 
118 
146 
192 



1911 



8,714 

181 
164 

207 



75 
270 



150 

178 
132 



270 
120 



1901 



552 



395 



142 
262 



140 
131 

7fi 
806 

213 

247 

111 



12 



.20 



Villages 



92 



19 



1921 



Hughenden 

Innisfree 

Irricana 

Irrna 

Islay ; . . 

Jenner *". . . 

Killam 

Kitscoty 

Lament 

Langdon. . . .- 

Lavoy 

Legal 

Lomond 

Loughecd 

Lac la Biche 

Mannville 

Millet 

Milk River 

Mirror 

Monarch 

Monitor •. . 

Mundare 

Munson 

Minburn 

Morrin 

New Norway 

North Red Deer 

Nobleford 

Ohaton 

Oven 

Tenhold 

Pincher City 

Provost 

Retlaw 

Richdalo 

Rocky Mountain House 

Ryley 

Rumsey 

Rockyford 

Eimbey 

Rosebud 

Sedgewick 

Spirit River 

Stirling 

Strome ;. . . . 

St. Paul de Metis.... 

Suffield 

Sylvan Lake 

Seba Beach '. . 

Three Hills: 

Trochu 

Veteran 

Viking 

Wabamun 

Westlock 

Walsh 

Warner 



173 

226 

99 

157 

160 

98 

394 

274 

419 

128 

98 

318 

194 

256 

75 

275 

208 

181 

381 

41 

149 

497 

207 

175 

164 

137 

325 

142 

60 

390 

127 

73 

465 

154 

109 

375 

?4?. 

116 

228 

319 

130 

397 

210 

294 

240 

869 

89 

180 

35 

471 

537 

157 

357 

99 

321 

74 

281 



1911 



100 

90 

197 

197 
159 
127 



169 
162 



152 
92 



61 
304 

55 

94 

116 
329 



110 



331 



514 
192 



353 
153 

321 



1901 



60 



349 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. 



1914, 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA 



.T. 


R 


33 




34 




35 




36 




37 




38 




39 




40 




41 




42 




43 




44 




45 




46 




47 




48 




49 




50 




51 




52 




53 




54 




65 




62 




63 




65 




33 


2 


34 


2 


35 


2 


36 


2 


37 


2 


38 


2 


39 


2 


40 


2 


41 


2 


42 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


'47 


2 


48 


2 


49 


2 


50 


2 


51 


2 


62 


2 


53 


2 


54 


2 


55 


2 


60 


2 


61 


2 


62 


2 


63 


2 


64 


2 


65 


2 


66 


2 


33 


3 


34 


3 


35 


3 


36 


3 


37 


3 


38 


3 


89 


3 


40 


3 



M.W. 
4... 
4... 
4..., 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.-. . . 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4...; 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4,... 
4.... 
4.... 

4 

4.... 



688,454 
49,173 



374,296 
26,352 



201 


69 


127 


3 


142 


8 


199 


120 


154 


69 


189 


144 


235 


111 


169 


86 


162 


43 


151 


39 


219 


131 


163 


83 


163 


85 


102 


88 


124 


116 


111 


104 


80 


97 


76 


. 141 


169 


134 


129 


95 


141 


58 


73 


143 


87 


18 


22 


_ 


48 


1 


17 


- 


142 


64 


167 


11 


32 


- 


118 


64 


158 


72 


211 


146 


180 


'181 


137 


• 83 


102 


42 


186 


114 


296 


118 


175 


129 


166 


87 


148 


101 


101 


86 


17fi 


45 


250 


119 


268 


103 


172 


111 


120 


83 


150 


98 


109 


43 


68 


- 


31 


37 


6 


19 


48 


23 


141 


32 


9 


- 


16 


_ 




7 


119 


6 


171 


20 


102 


42 


99 


70 


169 


63 


180 


137 


169 


118 


117 


89 



73,022 
597 



214,159 



301,273 



8,821 


25,765 


142 


-3 


124 




134 


- 


79 


- 


85 


- 


45 


— 


124 


- 


74 


- 


119 


— 


112 


- 


88 


- 


70 


- 


78 


- 


14 


- 


8 


- 


7 


- 


-17 


- 


-66 


- 


35 


- 


34 


— 


83 


- 


-70 


- 


69 


- 


47 


- 


78 


_ 


156 


- 


64 


_ 


86 


_ 


65 

-1 
54 


- 


_ 


60 


- 


71 


- 


178 


- 


46 


- 


69 


- 


47 


- 


16 


- 


131 


- 


131 


- - 


165 


- 


61 


— 


37 


— 


62 


- 


66 


- 


-6 


_ 


-13 


-■ 


26 


- 


109 


- 


113 


- 


151 


- 


60 


- 


29 


- 


106 


- 


43 


- 


61 


- 


28 


— 



Note — ^Abbreviations with capital letters: T.=township; R.=rBiige; M.W.==n'est of meridian. 

■ Abbreviations With email letters: c.=city; t.=town; v.=village; pt.=part. 
39276— 2J 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase {+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERT A— Continued 



Battle Biver — Continued 
M.W. 
4 



41 


3 


42 


3 


43 


3 


44 


3 


45 


3 


46 


3 


47 


3 


4.S 


3 


49 


3 


50 


3 


51 


3 


52 


3 


53 


3 


54 


3 


55 


3 


56 


3 


58 


3 


59 


3 


fiO 


3 


61 


3 


62 


3 


63 


3 


33 


4 


34 V 


4 


35 


4 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 


39 


4 


40 


4 


41 


4 


42 


4 


43 


4 


44 


4 


45 


4 


46 


4 


47 


4 


48 


4 


49 


4 


50 


4 


51 


4 


52 


4 


53 


• 4 


54 


4 


55 


4 


56 


4 


57 


4 


60 


4 


61 


4 


62 . 


4 


63 


4 


65 


4 


33 


5 


34 


5 


35 


5 


,36 


5 


37 


5 


38 


5 


39 


5 


40 


5 


41 


5 


42 


5 


43 


5 


44 


5 



4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4... 
4.., 
4... 
4.., 
4... 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4... 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4,. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4., 

4., 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 



188 

126 

57 

155 

130 

96 

112 

269 

259 

290 

166 

161 

138 

155 

125 

50 

2 

6 

11 

16 

35 

9 

135 

112 

180 

145 

67 

139 

233 

144 

162 

179 

173 

144 

185 

172 

105 

86 

176 

■ 77 

231 

93 

231 

119 

105 

134 

63 

2 



46 

34 

10 
145 
121 
144 
107 

56 
102 

87 
186 
120 

22 

63 
201 I 



63 
75 
44 

115 
70 
65 
50 
45 

129 

184 
92 

157 
99 

119 
19 
13 



32 

38 

48 

31 

4 

158 

200 

104 

98 

110 

128 

93 

113 

106 

55 

63 

110 

68 

131 

94 

164 

94 

67 

56 



59 
47 
29 
11 
16 

109 
58 

119 

47 

6 

42 

100 



125 

51 

13 

40 

60 

31 

62 

224 

130 

106 

74 

4 

39 

36 

106 

37 



103 
74 
132 
114 
63 
-19 
33 
40 
64 
69 
45 
51 
72 
66 
50 
23 



100 
-1 
67 
25 
38 
78 



80 



74 

115 

96 

40 

-7 

29 

67 

73 

16 

21 

101 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts -According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Cow. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBERTA— Continued 

-Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

45 5 4 

46 5 4 

47 5 4 

48 5 4... 

49. 5 4 

50 5 4...... 

61 5 4 

52 5 4 

53 5 4 

54 5 4 

55 5 4 

,56 5 4 

57 5 4 

58 5 4....- 

59 5 4 

60 5 4 

61 5 4 

62 5 4 

63 5 4.... 

65 5 4 • 

33 6 4 

34 6 4 

35 6 4 

36 6 4 

37 6 4...;...T 

38 6 4 • 

39 ■ 6 4 

40 6 4 '. 

41 6 • 4 

42 6 4 

43 6 4 

44 6 4 

45 6 4 

46 6 4 '. . 

47 6 4 

48 6 4. 

49 6 4 

50 6 4 

51 6 4 

52 6 -4 

53 6 4 

54 6 4 

55 6 4 

56 6 4 

57 6 4 

58 6 4 

59 6 4 

60 6 4 

61 6 4 

62 6 4 

63 6 4 

33 7 4 

34 7 4 

35 7 4 

36 7 4 

37 • 7 4 

38 7 4 

39 7 4 

40 7 4 

41 7 4 

42 7 4 

44 7 4. 

45 7 4 

46 7 4 



Population in 



1921 



101 
166 

82 
100 

96 
101 
149 
139 
151 
154 
232 
163 
117 
7 
, 7 

59 
468 

99 

44 
2 

93 
164 
209 

81 
109 
146 
115 
210 
205 

78 

94 
200 
221 

85 
152 
104 
122 
162 
205 
132 
145 
191 
267 
289 
148 

24 
5 

94 
165 

44 

50 
160 
140 
171 
139 

91 
122 
127 
145 
207 

92 

35 
160 
113 



1911 



74 

111 

22 

76 

86 

70 

123 

142 

107 

104 

72 

84 

37 

12 

6 

16 

131 



104 
136 



33 
3 

79 
123 
133 

24 

41 
135 
140 

62 
113 

65 
150 
125 
124 
121 
123 

59 
126 
100 

82 

19 

21 
105 



140 

127 

84 

2 

19 
37 
62 
105 
112 
45 
17 
77 
48 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



27 
55 
60 
24 
10 
31 
26 

—3 
44 
50 

160 
79 
80 

-5 

1 

43 

337 



-11 

28 

111 

75 

76 

143 

36 

87 

72 

54 

53 

65 

81 

23 

39 

39 

-28 

37 

81 

11 

22 

132 

141 

189 



73 
60 



20 
13 
87 
137 
72 
85 
65 
40 
95 
47 
18 
83 
65 



1911 
over 
1901 



8 



TABLE S. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBEBTA— Continued 



Battle Biver- 



T: 


R. 


47 


7 


48 


7 


49 


7 


50 


7 


51 


7 


52 


7 


.5.S 


7 


54 


7 


55 


7 


56 


7 


57 


7 


58 


7 


59 


7 


60 


7 


61 


7 


62 


7 


63 


7 


66 


7 


68 


7 


33 


8 


34 


8 


35 


8 


36 


8 


37 


8 


38 


8 


39 


8 


40 


8 


41 


8 


42 


8 


43 


8 


44 


8 


45 


8 


46 


8 


47 


8 


48 


8 


49 


8 


50 


8 


51 


8 


52 


8 


53 


8 


.54 


8 


55 


8 


.56 


8 


.57 


8 


.58 


8 


59 


8 


60 


8 


61 


8 


62 


8 


63 


8 


65 


8 


66 


8 


33 


9 


34 


9 


35 


9 


36 


9 


.37 


» 


.38 


9 


39 


9 


40 


9 


41 


9 


42 


9 


43 


9 


44 


9 



-Continued 
M.W. 
4. 



4... 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4 . 

4 . 

4 . 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4., 

4., 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

. 4 



•Population in 



1921 



169 

97 

91 

131 

170 

133 

259 

252 

321 

171 

128 

28 

26 

55 

7 

4 

37 



129 
152 
183 
132 
136 
145 
172 
197 
300 
173 
14 
45 
116 
109 
133 
146 
118 
192 
211 
146 
303 
305 
298 
214 
118 
262 
241 
359 
77 
68 
29 
9 

25 
102 
147 
156 
151 
220 
122 
116 
122 
129 
178 
235 
114 



1911 



1901 



115 

89 

100 

91 

84 

135 

237 

205 

106 

136 

84 

1 

56 
26 

2 



8 

73 

131 

92 

47 

35 

78 

66 

114 

129 

133 

23 

21 

.80 

97 

77 

95 

111 

79 

118 

79 

137 

175 

.67 

29 

44 

227 

120 

126 

24 



74 
63 

189 
93 
78 
94 
86 
26 
48 

102 
66 
97 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



54 
8 

-9 
40 
86 

-2 
22 
47 

215 
35 
44 
27 

-1 

-19 

2 



56 

21 

01 

85 

101 

67 

106 

83 

171 

40 

-9 

24 

36 

12 

56 

61 

7 

113 

93 

67 

166 

130 

231 

185 

74 

35 

121 

233 

53 



28 

84 

-33 

58 

142 

28 

30 

96 

81 

76 

169 

17 



1911 
over 
1901 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 ■ 

over 

1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBERTA— Continued 

Battle River— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
45 9 4 .' 


152 
178 
100 
100 
129 
198 
164 
79 
338 
276 
194 
171 

■ 150 
482 
204 
360 
146 

43 
22 
12 
100 
113 
103 
81 
136 
122 
176 
148 
216 
135 
222 
176 
190 
172 
173 
109 
163 
186 
225 
323 
81 
102 

■ 132 
155 
141 
124 
135 
557 
645 
517 
286 

1,272 
975 

106 
219 
166 
71 
176 
173 
157 
166 
274 
275 


168 

110 

65 

69 

99 

90 

115 

91 

151 

189 

13 

69 
532 
140 
216 

39 

59 

51 

81 

104 

■99 

101 

111 

92 

84 

90 

131 

99 

120 

55 

88 

50 

69 

177 

47 

155 

55 

35 

122 

150 

' ■ 133 

90 

77 

. 683 

351 

222 

. 625 

788 

90 
169 


18 

579 


-16 

68 

35 

31 

30 

108 

49 

-12 

187 

87 

181 

81 
-50 

64 
144 
107 

41 

62 

22 

. -23- 

37 

21 

65 

56 

132 

45 

. 91 

77 

70 

117 

85 

59 

94 

9 

.178 

168 

26 

67 

10 

5 

8 

34 

58 

-126 

166 

64 

647 

187 

76 
106 




46 9 ■ 4 . 




47 9 4. 




48 9 4 




49 9 4 




50 9 4 




51 9 4 




52 9 4 




53 9 4 




54 9 4 : 




55 9 4 




66 9 4 




57 9 4 




58 9 4 




• 59 9 4 




60 9 4...- . 




61 9 4 




62 9 4 




63 9 4 




67 9 4 




33 10 4 




34- 10 4 




35 10 4 




36 10 4 




37 10 4..,.. 


' 


38 10 4 




39 10 4 




40 10 4 




41 10 4 




42 10 4 




43 10 4 




44 10 -4 1 




45 10 4 




46 10 4.: 




47 10 4 




• 48 10 4 




49 10 4 


. 




50 10 4 ■ .• 




51 10 4 

52 10 4 


- 






34 11 4 . 




35 11 4 :... 




36 11 4 






115 


38 11 4 




39 11 4 pt 




Indian Reserves 


104 






Hardisty t . 








Vermilion, t . 








Cadogan v 

Chauvin v 

• Consort v 

Czar v 


T. R.M.W. 

39 4 4 
43 1 4 
34 6 4 

40 6 4 
43 4 4 

41 7 4 
45 9 4 
51 4 4 
50 3 4 
50 9 4 


- 




• 


Hughenden v. . . 




Irma v 

Islay V ' 

Kitscoty V 


- 


Manville v 


- 



10 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBERTA— Continued 

Battle River— Concluded T. R.W.R. 
Minburn v 50 10 4 


175 
149 
465 
869 
157 

55,356 

11 

7 
117 

43 
305 
140 

95 
136 
131 
149 
•157 
151 

90 
■■ 83 
140 
138 
146 

3 
24 
68 

3 

334 

46 

109 

68 

119 

115 

137 

171 

102 

64 

173 

21 

97 

96 

95 

24 

4 

27 

2 

69 

173 

273 

207 

28 

119 

107 

108 

107 


329 

27,304 

. 87 

115 

15 

7 

1 

48 

23 

10 

■ 71 

74 

63 

95 

59 

74 

100 

49 

37 

44 

149 

45 

92 

45 

19 
10 
10 

57 

59 
39 
98 
68 
50 
59 
48 
70 
54 
75 
46 
67 
55 

55 
6 

27 

51 
16 
80 
10 
77 
68 
43 
73 


1,565 

. 10 

4 

.15 
1 

4 
13 

3 


136 

28,053 

-104 

-41 

94 
33 

234 
66 
32 
41 
72 
75 
57 

102 
53 
39 

-9 
93 
54 

5 
58 
-7 

50 

29 

21 

47 

87' 

112 

54 

-8 

119 

■ -54 

51 

29 

40 

-2 

-25 

122 
257 
127 
18 
42 
39 
65 
34 




Monitor V 35 4 4 

Provost V 39 2 4 

St Paul des Metis v 58 9 4 


- 


Veteran V 35 8 4 


25,739 


T. R. M.W. 

12 12 4 Dt 




13 12 4 pt...: 


105 


14 12 4 ' 




15 12 4 


„ 


16 12 4 , : . . . 


_ 


17 12 4 


._ 


,20 12 4 


_ 


21 12 4 


_ 


22 12 4 


67 


23 12 4 




24 12 4 


_ 


25 12 4 


_ 


26 12 4 


_ 


27 12 4 


_ 


28 " 12 4 


_ 


29 12 4 ■ 


_ 


30 12 4 


_ 




_ 


32 12 4 


_ 




_ 


34 12 4 


_ 




_ 


.15 13 4 


_ 


16 13 4 


_ 


17 13 4 ' 


-5 




„ 


19 13' 4 .' 


_ 


20 13 4 


_ 


21 13 4 


_ 


22 13 4 


58 


23 13 4 






_ 


25 13 4 


_ 


26 13 4 


_ 


27 13 4 


_ 


28 13 4 


_ 


29 13 4 


_ 


30 13 4 


- 


31 13 4 


_ 


32 13 4 


_ 


33 ■ 13 ' 4 


_ 


34 13 4 ... 


_ 


12 14 4 


_ 


13 14 4 


51 


14 14 4 




16 14 4 


_ 


17 14 4 


_ 


18 14 '4 ... 


_ 


19 14 - 4 '. 


_ 


20 14 4 


_ 


21 14 4 


_ 


22 14 4 '. 

23 14 4.. 


- 


24 14 4 


65 


25 14 4 •. . .■ 


_ 


26 14 4 


- 



11 



T\BLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBERTA— Continued 



Bow River— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 



27 


14 


28 


14 


29 


14 


•,m 


14 


31 


14 


32 


14 


33 


14 


34 


14 


12 


15 


13 


15 


14 


15 


15 


15 


16' 


15 


17 


15 


18 


15 


19 


15 


20 


15 


21 


15 


22 


15 


23 


15 


24 


15 


25 


15 


26 


15 


27 


15 


28 


15 


29 


15 


30 


15 


31 


•15 


32 


15 


33 


15 


34 


15 


12 


16 


13 


16 


14 


16 


15 


16 


16 


16 


17 


16 


18 


16 


19 


16 


20 


Ifi 


21 


16 


22 


13 


23 


16 


24 


16 


25 


16 


26 


16 


27 


16 


28 


16 


29 


16 


30 


16 


31 


16 


32 


16 


33 


16 


34 


16 


12 


.17 


13 


17 


14 


17 


15 


17 


16 


17 


17 


17 


18 


17 


19 


17 


20 


17 


21 


17 



4. 

4. 

4. 

4., 

4. 

4, 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4 

4. 

4., 

4., 

4. 

4. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 

4.. 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



159 


■ 88 


100 


67 


136 


64 


145 


108 


210 


105 


128 


82 


152 


48 


106 


57 


6 


_ 


27 


3 


42 


_ 


128 


- 


43 


_ 


_ 


27 


5 


22 


165 


7 


165 


3 


242 


6 


9 


1 


8 


6 


1 


4 


77 


6 


100 


70 


175 


123 


120 


66 


199 


153 


205 


119 


199 


82 


106 


100 


237 


47 


141 


80 


2 


3 


99 




212 


48 


153 


84 


187 


11 


62 


80 


3 


17 


32 


8 


45 


16 


224 


2 


91 


2 


213 


5 


7 


1 


14 


14. 


110 


48 


52 


41 


39 


25 


150 


101 


253 


129 


255 


143 


207 


173 


167 


94 


165 


95 


260 


237 


197 


231 


- 


. 21 


12 


_ 


19 


_ 


103 


119 










19 


19 


119 


111 


158 


50 



39275—3 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



5 
14 



1921 
over 
1911 



71 
43 
72 
37 

105 
46 

104 
49 

24 



-17 

'158 

162 

236 

8 

2 

-3 

71 

30 

52 

54 

46 

86 

117 

6 

190 

61 

-1 

164 

69 

176 

-18 

-14 

24 

29 

222 

89 

208 

6 



62 

11 

14 

49 

124 

112 

34 

73 

70 

23 

-34 



-16 

0- 

8 

108 



1911 
over 
1901 



-1 
63 



46 

78 



43 



114 

97 



12 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease. (—) 


1921 


•1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBEBTA— Continued 

Bow River— Continued 
„ T. R. M.W. 

22 17 4 '. 


72 
. . 9 
20 
24 
65 
24 

131 
147 
172 
210 
147 
178 
193 
210 
220 
205 
157 
' 187 
71 
45 
43 
25 
55 
31 
57 
■ 40 
70 
91 
93 
177 
211 
160 
166 
151 
' 142 
162 
183 
214 
274 
162 
144 
20 
24 
48 
79 
107 
54 
111 
142 
134 
1,'416, 
206 
• 138 
200 
200 
38 
28 
25 
114 
167 
154 
148 
13 


2 

7 

3 

9 

18 

16 

5 

109 

101 

123 

172 

141 

120 

170 

208 

174 

162 

168 

180 

. 30 

29 

724 

26 

30 

1 

2 

3 

3 

28 

22 

114 

. 137 

110 

40 

36 

138 

144 

234 

225 

165 

. 113 

84 

5 

. 33 

24 

12 

41 

11 
6 

8 

47 

143 

148 

107 

72 

5 

32 

154 

116 

100 

86 


5 
3 

4 

1 

8 

4 
4 


70 

2 

17 
15 
47 

8 

2 
22 
46 
49 
38 

6 
58 
17 

2 

46 

43 

-11 

7 

41 

16 

-681 

-1 

25 

30 

55 

37 

67 

63 

71 

63 

74 

50 

116 

115 

4 

18 

-51 

-11 

109 

49 

60 

15 
-9 
24 
67 
66 

100 

136 

126 

1,369 

63 
-10 

93 
128 

33 
-4 

-40 
51 
54 
62 




• 23 17 4 


- . 


• 24 17 4 ■ ■ 


- 


25 17 4 


- 


26 17 4 


13 


27 17 4 


13 


28 17 4 • 


- 


29 17 4 


- 


30 17 4 


- 


31 17 4 . . ., 


- 


32 17 4 


- 


33 17 4 . 


- 


34 17 4 ■ 


- 


12 18 4 ■ 


- 


13 18 4 ■ . . 


- 


14 18 4 


- 


15 18 4 


- 


16 18 4 


- 


17 18 4 


- 


18 18 4 


- 


19 18 4 


25 


20 18 4 


- 


21 18 4 


25 


22 . 18 4 


- 


23 18 4 ■ 


- 




- 


25 18 4 


- 


26 18 4 


- 


27 18 4 • 


- 


28 18 4 ■ 


14 


29 18 4 


- 


30 18 4 


- 


31 18 4 


- 


32 18 4 


- 


33 18 4 


- 




- 


12 19 4 


- 


13 19 4 


- 


14 19 ,4 


- 


15 19 4 


- 


16 19 4 


- 


17 19 4 


- 


19 19 4 


- 


20 19 4 


- 


21 19 4 


- 


22 19 4 ' • 


- 


23 19 4 


- 


24 19 4 


- 


25 19 4 


- 


26 19 4 


2 


27 19 4 . ; ■. . . . 


- 


28 19 4 


- 


29 19 4 


- 


30 19 4 


144 


31 19 4 


' 


32 19 4 * 


- 


34 19 4 


- 


12 20 4 ■ ■ ■'■ 


- 


13 20 4 


- 


14 20 4 


- 


15 20 4 


- 


16 20 4 


- 


17 20 4 


- 


18 20 4 •. 


- 



13 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Bow River— 

T. R, 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
■ 25 
26 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
■'29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16' 
17 
18 
19 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29- 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
12 
13 
14 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
■21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
23 
23 
23 



ALBERTA— Coiitiniiod 

Continued 
M.W. 

4 

4 

4 

4 > 

4 -,. 

4 .■ 

4 

4.; 

4 ; 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 . 

4 

4 ; 

4 

4 

4 

4... 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 .• 

4 

4 

4 

4 -. . .. 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

■4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 : .. 

4 

4 

4 

4....; 

4 

4 ■. . . 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



Population In 



1921 




Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



158 
44 
48 
74 
130 
198 
. 107 
127 
157 
. 130 
2,183 
213 
207 
242 
164 
246 
137 
131 
70 
105 
■ 152 
99 
64 
217 
62 
14 
386 
244 
250 
126 
115 
220 
128 
. 20t) 
162 
243 
206 
275 
212 
128 
237 
196 
198 
220 
157 
152 
160 
117 
202 
163 
183 
291 
122 
147 
161 
232 
165 
213 
245 
170 
215 
254 
61 
7.5^ 



07 



- 3 

15 

68 

15 

141 

136 

178 

54 

76 

111 

183 

149 

9 

. 38 

82 

54 



2 

191 

78 

36 

30 

U 

32 

17 

64 

81 

92 

115 

163 

77 

37 

186 

134 

182 

132 

116 

666 

150 

152 

64 

200 

19 

28 

14 

78 

81 

153 

107 

132 

138 

266 

24 



39275— 3-i 



4 


-19 


34 


66 


7 


122 


_ 


104 


_ 


112 


4 


8£ 


_ 


115 


9 


. 2,042 


_ 


77 


_ 


29 


- 


188 


■ 


8S 


_ 


135 


_ 


-46 


_ 


-IS 


"2 


01 


4 


67 


_ 


70 


- 


45 


" 


- 


: 


12 


12 


195 


- 


166 


- 


214 


- 


96 


7 


104 


25 


188 


- 


111 


- 


142 


~ 


81 


- 


151 


- 


91 


- 


112 


18 


135 


- 


91 


- 


51 


5 


62 


- 


16 


-• 


88 


- 


41 


14 


-506 


19 


52 


- 


11 


- 


119 


- 


91 


- 


103 


21 


119 


6 


147 


10 


154 


- 


74 


- 


60 


- 


138 


.- 


38 


- 


77 


- 


. -12 


5 


37- 


3 


-13 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



63 
-26 

1 



64 
132 



7 
34 



179 



59 
129 

652 
131 

■ 7 ■ 

8 

68 



85 



14 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
' and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBERTA— Continued 



Bow River — Continued. 
T. . R. M.W. 



15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

23 

.24 

25 . 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 



23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 



4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4..... 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4...:. 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4....- 

4 

4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.. .. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4 pt. 



Population in 



Indian Reserves 

Bassano t 

Brooks t 

Carmangay t ■ . . ■ 

Dnimheller t 

Gleichen t 

Hanna t - 

Vulcan t 

T. R. M.W 

Barons V ......12 23 4 

Carbon v •. 29 23 4 

Craigmyle v 31 16 4; 



1921 



1911 



232 


305 


165 


151 


.105 


22 


157 


93 


121 


114 


207 


- 


41 


- 


83 


79 


200 


108 


140 


86 


155 


83 


161 


51 


318 


45 


190 


147 


357 


286 


224 


146 


215 


147 


245 


180 


3X3 


223 


328 


176 


206 


142 


175 


1.53 


174 


107 


■ 122 


112 


240 


144 


217 


170 


191 


l.SO 


155 


143 


• -86 


- 


87 


- 


179 


158 


174 


207 


216 


473 


163 


27 


195 


■ 74 


241 


1,59 


215 


147 


327 


1,55 


325 


265 


246 


163 


. 273 


154 


235 


94 


248 


222 


181 


158 


172 


127 


168 


88 


145 


121 


190 


94 


141 


116 


153 


137 


189 


94 


149 


126 


783 


816 


799 


.540 


499 


486 


300 


286 


2,499 


- 


668 


583 


'1,364 


- 


641 


- 


253 


75 


312 
231 





1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



■1921 
over 
1911 



22 

7 



13 
1,026 



101 



-73 
14 
83 
64 

7 



4 
92 
54 
72 
110 
273 
43 
71 
78 
68 
65 
90 
152 
64 
22 
67 
10 
96 
47 
61 
12 



21 

-.33 

-257 

136 

121 

82 

68 

172 

60 

83 

119 

141 

26 

23 

45 

80 

24 

96 

25 

16 

95 

23 

33 

259 

.13 

14 

85 



178 



1911 
over 
1901 



76 
82 



274 
142 



1.51 
106 



136 
200 



67 
140 



113 
-210 



482 



15 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 









Population in 


Increase 


(+)or 












Decrease (— ) 




Districts 


































1921 


1911 








1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


o.ver 
1901 


ALBEUTA- 


-Continued 














Bow River— Concluded 


T. 


R. M.W. 




■; 








Champion v 


15 


■ 23 4 


338 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pelia V 


30 


19 4 


312 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Duchess V 


20 


14 4 


116 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Enchant v 


14 


18 4 


92 




- 


- 


- 


Lomond v 


16 


20 4 


194 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Morrin v .- 


„ 31 

°. 30 


20 4 


• 164 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Munson v 


20 4 


207 


92 


_ 


115 


- 


Retlaw V 


12 


17 4 


154 


_ 


_ 


- 


■ - 


Richdale v 


30 


12 4 


109 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


Rookyford v 


26 


23 4 


228 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Rosebud v 


27 


21 4 


130 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Rumscy v 


33 


21 4 


116 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Three Hills v 


31 


24 4 


471 


- 


- 


- 


- 




33 


23 4 


537 
44,995 


353 
35,163 


5,536 


184 
9,832 


— 


C«ilg&ry East 




39,637 


T. R. M.W. 
















21 25 4 Dt 






6 
174 
201 
200 
168 

74 
129 
265 
229 
346 
■ . 258 
244 
136 
219 

53 
254 
140 
222 
121 
109 
111 
224 
. 200 
205 
202 
167 
160 
158 

61 
154 
178 
192 
196 
241 
198 
139 
173 
206 
200 
116 
232 
160 


20 

100 

196 

226 

• 128 

21 

39 

169 

•197 

263 

208 

169 

168 

137 

60 

99 

100 

145 

99 

56 

258 

153 

153 

164 

221 

171 

163 

139 

30 

73 

217 

121 

120 

119 

110 

113 

123 

198 

158 

125 

272 

169 

10 


1 

11 

4 

2 

2 
2 

16 
2 

35 

6 

75 
o 1 

6 

8 

24 

62 

122 


-14 

74 

5 

-26 
40 
53 
90 
96 
32 
83 
50 
75 

-32 

82. 

-7 

155 

40 

77 

22 

53 

-147 

71 

47 

41 

-19 

. -4 

, -3 

19 

31 

81 

-39 
71 
76 
122 
88 
26 
50 
8 
42 
-9 

-40 
-9 


_ 


22 25 4 pt 


99 


23 25 4 




24 25 4 -. 


215 


25 25 4 


124 


26 25 4 




27 25 4 


37 


28 25 4 




29 25 4 


- 





_ 


30 25 4 


_ 


•31 25 4 


_ 




_ 


33 25 4 


166 


34 25 4 


135 


21 26 4 ■. 


_ 


22 26 4 


_ 


23 26 4 


_ 


24 26 4 


129 


25 26 4 




26 26 4 


■- 


27 26 4 


256 


28 26 4 


_ 


29 26 4 


_ 


30 26 4 


_ 


31 26 4 


186 


32 26 4 '. 


_ 




_ 


34 26 4 


133 


21 27 4 pt 


■_ 


22 27 4 


_ 


23 27 4 


142 


24 27 4 


120 


25 27 4 




26 27 4 


_ 


27 27 4 


_ 


28 27 4 


107 






30 27 i..: 


_ 


31 27- 4 


150 


32 27 4 


101 


33 27 4 


210 


34 ■ 27 4 


47 


21 28 4 pt 




22 28 4pt 


95 
215 


40 
1.5S 


31 


55 
57 
36 
47 


_ 


23 28 4 . 


_ 


24 28 ' 4 


218 182 
193 146 


151 


■ 25 28 4 





16 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBEKTA— Continued 

Calgary East— Concluded 

T. R. AI.W. 

26 28 4.: 

27 28 4 

28 28 4 

29 28 4 

30 28 4 

31 28 4 

32 28 4 

. 33 28 4 

34 28 4 

21 29 4 '. 

22 29 4pt 

23 29 4 

24 29 4 

25 29 4 

26 29 4 

27 29 4 

28 29 4 

29 29 4 

30 29 4 

31 29 4 : 

32 29 4 ■ 

33 29 4 

34 29 4 

23 1 5pt 

24 1 5pt 

Calgary c. pt - 

Strathniore t 

T. R. M.W 

Acme V 29 25 4 

Beiselcer v 28 26 4 

Irricana v 27 20 4 

Langdon v 23 27 4 



Calgary West 



T. 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
24 
25 
26 
27 



R. 



M .W. 

5 pt. 
5pt. 
5. . . ^ 
5 ... 
5... 
5.... 



Population in 



1921 




115 

151 

166 

144 

196 

194 

116 

158 

216 

7 

80 

246 

707 

165 

117 

. 84 

78 

84 

96 

20 

59 

45 

66 

124 

32,188 
584 

237 

183 

99 

128 



44,341 



. 180 
209 
178 
180 
214 
259 
307 
629 
180 
113 
124 
122 
220 
291 
285 
182 
139 
87 
56 
94 
136 
177 
260 
75 
99 
165 
111 



87 
123 

95 
223 
162 
167 
127 
175 
171 

100' 

127 

330 

126 

134 

56 

65 

90 

111 

31 

51 

62 

39 



25,125 
531 

181 

159 

39: 0^3 



185 

126 

137 

161 

268 

.360 

297 

389 

32 

83 

125 

131 

154 

264 

232 

194 

232 

93 

50 

97 

97 

.180 

232 

150 

124 

105 

121 



5 

" 2 
8 

74 
107 



158 
55 
24 
11 



73 
18 
28 

140 
4,392 



3,546 

141 

71 
35 
40 

13 
36 
287 
103 
26 
11 
13 
10 

63 
96 

145 
48 
2 
21 
20 
17 
32 
13 
69 
46 

100 



Increase (+) or' 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



28 

28 

71 

-79 

34 

27 

-11 

-17 

■ 45 

-20 

119 

377 

39 

-17 

28 

13 

-6 

-15 

-11 

8 

17 

27 

115 

7,063 
53 

56 

-31 

14,318 



83 

41 

19 

-54 

-101 

10 

240 

148 

30 

-1 

-9 

CO 

27 

53 

-12 

-93 

-6 

■6 

-3 

39 

-3 

28 

-81 

-25 

60 

-10 



17 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 19.01. — Con. 





Population in 


Increase (+).or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBERTA— Continued 

Calgary West— Concluded 
. T. R. M.W. 

28 4 5 


114 

193 

177 

213 

29 

39 

67 

106 

48 

143 

97 

99 

9 

1 

23 

5 
28 

8 
48 
19 

1 
12 

6 

36 

2 

299 

1 

1 

965 

20 

3 

1 

43 

635 

2 

2 

1 

18 

1 

7 

249 

4 

2,062 

682 

30,943 

842, 

160 
328 
268 
211 

56,548 

4 

1 


140 
138 
108 
141 

53 
75 
78 
. 47 
52 
57 
105 

11 

29 
4 

5 

29 

9 

2 

39 

2 

9 

37 

52 

32 
93 

937 

1,976 

742 

18,579 

726 

164 
270 
395 
262 

30,926 


• 16 

15 

10 

17 

32 

9 

31 

8 

5 

14 
107 

18 
8 

14 
450 

167 

271' 
70 

602 
112 

20 
92 

7,685 


-26 
55 
69 
72 

-14 
-8 
28 
1 
91 
40 
-6 

■ -10 
-6 

21 

-21 

39 

10 

-3 
-16 

267 

542 

1,125 

-60 

12,364 

116 

-4 

58 

-127 

-51 

25,622 


124 


29 4 5 


123 


30 4 5 


98 


31 4 5 


124 


24 5 5 


- 


25 5 5 . . ■ 


44 


26 5 5 


44 


27 5 5 


70 


28 5 5 


42 


29 5 5 


_ 


30 5 5 


■- 


31 5 5 


- 


24 6 ° 5 


- 


25 5 


-3 


26 6 5 


-78 


27 6 5 


- 


28 6 5 


- 


29 6 5 


- 


30 5 


- 


31 6 5 .... 


- 


25 7 5 


. - 


26 7 5 


- 


27 7 5 


- 


28 7 5 


- 


29 7 5 ■ 


- 


30 7 5 


- 


31 7 5 


- 


24 8 5 


- 




- 


24 9 5 


18 


27 9 5 


- 


29 9 5 


- 


24 10 5 


- • 


25 10 5 . . 


- 


27 10 5 


- 


31' 10 5 


~ 


25 11 5 ... 


_ 


26 11 5 .. 


-74 


27 11 5 




28 11 5 


- 


26 12 5 


- 


28 13 5 


- 


26 15 5 


- 


27 15 5 


- 


30 15 5 ,. 


. 


27 16 5 


- 


28 16 5 


- 


28 *17 5 


- 




- 


Rocky Mountain Park (along C.P.R.) 


142 




- 


Didsbury t " 


614 


T. R. M.W. 

Carstairs v 30 1 ' 5 

Cochrane V : 26 4 5 

Crossfieldv 28 1 5 


250 
303 

23,241 


T. R. M.W. 

70 7 4 




71 7 4 


- 



18 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914 » 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Core. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBEB.TA— Continued 

Edmonton East— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

72 7 4 

58 9 4 

72 9 4 

55 10 4pt 

,56 10 4 

57 10 4 

58 10 4 

59 10 4 

60 ■ 10 4 

.61 10 4 

62 10 4 

65 10 4 

66 10 4 

68 10 4 

70 10 4 

72 10 4 

55 11 4.pt 

56 11 4 

57 11 4 

58 11 4 

59 11 4 

60 11 4 

61 11 4 

62 11 4 

63 11 4 

64 11 4.:' 

• 65 11 4 

66 11 4 

67 11 4 

68 11 4 

69 11 4 

. 71 11 4 

55 12 4pt 

56 12 4 pt. 

58 12 4 

59 12 4 

60 12 4 

61 12 4 

62 12 4 

63 12 4 

64 12 4 

65 12 4 

66 12 4 

67 12 4 

68 12 4 

69 12 4 

• 70 12 4 

57 13 4pt 

58 13 -4 

59 13 4 

60 13 4 

61 13 4 

63 13 4 

64 13 4 

65 13 4 

66 13 4 

67 13 4 

68 13 4 

69 13 4 

57 14 4pt 

58 14 4 

59 14 4 

60 14 4 

63 14 4 



Population in 



1921 



• 1911 



13 


_ 


49 


- 


7 


_ 


23 


- 


162 


61 


220 


153 


209 


177 


166 


85 


279 


41 


217 


33 


129 


28 


5 


- 


- 


5 


- 


16 


- 


17 


10 


_ 


7 


4 


300 


226 


21 


24 


125 


89 


248 


73 


160 


45 


43 


1 


73 


- 


20 


6 


28 





1901 



18 


22 


- 


29 


7 


- 


59 


25 


152 


149 


20 


_ 


243 


20 


290 


50 


-.59 


9 


2 


_ 


28 


11 


46 


3 


55 


_ 


_ 


11 


46 


12 


12 


60 


6 


35 


12 


_ 


136 


83 


513 


190 


487 


153 


26 


_ 


31 


_ 


13 


_ 


67 


37 


41 


14 


52 


17 


452 


8 


140 


15 


- 


20 


181 


45 


394 


104 


289 


29 


43 


_ 


3 


- 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



_ 


3 


_ 


74 


_ 


-3 


2 


36 


_ 


175 


_ 


115 


22 


- 



1921 
over 
1911 



101 

67 

32 

81 

238 

184 

101 



42 



14 



-4 



_ 


34 


- 


3 


51 


- 


7 


223 


_ 


240 


- 


50 


_ 


17 


- 


43 


- 


34 


_ 


-48 


- 


-29 


_ 


53 


6 


323 


- 


334 


7 


30 


_ 


27 


23 


35 


- 


444 


- 


125 


_ 


136 


- 


290 


- 


260 



19 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in • 



1921 




Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



Edmonton 

T. R 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
57 
- 58 
59 
60 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
. 68 
58 
59 
60 
61 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
68 
59 
60 
61 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
64 
65 
66 
67 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
69 
70 
57 
58 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 



ALBERTA— Continued 

East — Continued 
M.W. 

14 4 

14 4 

14 4 

14 4 

14 4 

15 4pt 

15 4pt 

15 4 

15 4 

15 4 

15 4 

15 4 

15' i 

15 4 

15 4 

16 4pt 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

17 4pt 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 ■ 4 

17 4 ;... 

17 4 

18 4pt 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 < 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

19 4pt 

19 4 ;. 

19 4 

19 4 .<.... 

19 4 

19 4..* 

19 4 

19 4 

19 4 

19 4 

19 4..- 

19 4 

20 4pt : 

20 4pt 

20 4 ■ 

20- 4 : 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 



1 

24 

28 

(') 

13 

15 

437 

597 

159 

6 

4 

26 

85 

103 

14 

94 

546 

273 

17 

6 

90 

28 

376 

149 

380 

887 

393 

77 

12 

18 

1 

99 

264 

423 

360 

29 

13 

7 

36 

17 

50 

52 

399 

229 

122 

34 

13 

102 

206 

■ 78 
38 

16 
207 
506 
400 
139 
5 

40 

■ 16 



114 

6 

362 

229 

10 



114 

24 

49 

294 

'112 



79 
132 
294 
368 
143 



11 

23 

129 

87 



23 



64 
169 



27 

16 
3 
5 

58 
335 

76 



366 



27 



21 



9 

75 

368 

148 



-11 

-10 

45 

252 

161 



297 

17 

86 

519 

250 



76 
135 
336 



-16 



-12 
230 



51 

22 

11 
149 
171 
324 



-72 



31 



(') Lao la Biche village. 
39275—4 



20 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton East — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
64 



65 

66 

71 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

70 

71 

72 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 . 

65 

66. 

67 

68 

69 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 



71 
72 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 



20 

20 

20 

20 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21- 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 



4 

4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt.. 
4.... 
4,... 
4.... 
4.... 
4,... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt.. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4..-.. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4,... 
4.... 
4pt.. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
. 4.... 
4.-... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4..., 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 



255 
109 
157 
3 
180 
342 
348 
300 
267 

70 
160 
251 

44 
108 

32 

20 

59 
343 
306 
308 
393 
265 
141 

65 
5 

17 
128 
258 
113 
141 

27 
4 

75 
269 
266 
424 
274 
288 
183 

78 
100 
110 
170 
128 

97 
153 
139 

21 



286 
435 
343 
290 
422 
374 
231 
131 
303 
195 
78 
19 



53 

100 
164 
123 



49 

176 

3 

5 

13 



270 
161 
144 
189 
19 



4 

196 

281 

27 

4 

167 
271 
237 
181 
135 
210 
81 
1 

31 
85 
56 
36 
55 
1 
5 



760 
363 
273 
160 
254 
211 
167 

41 
122 

63 



30 



245 
98 



248 
221 
120 



306 

269 

78 

40 

13 



249 
103 
104 

80 
178 
225 



111 

75 

41 

.103 



73 
145 
164 
204 
246 



124 

62 

-168 

114 
23 

-92 
-2 

29 
243 
139 

78 
102 

77 

79 
85 
72 
61 
98 
138 
16 



-474 

72 

70 

130 

168 

163 

64 

90 

181 

132 



21 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 arid 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton East— Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 

65 24 4 

66 24 4 

67 24 4 

68 24 4 '.. 

71 24 4 :.... 

72 24 4 

69 25 ■ 4 

71 25 4 

72 -25 4 

71 26 4 

72 26 4 

Unorganized parts 

Fort Chipewyan 

Fort McMurray 

Fort McKay 

Indian Ro3i>rves 

Edmonton c. pt 

Athabaska L.inding t 

Beverley t 

T. R. M.W 

N. Edmonton v. (') 53 24 4 

W. Edmonton V. (') 63 24 4 

Lac La Bichc v 07 14 4 

Edmonton West 

T. R. M.W. 

51 25 4pt 

.52 25 4 pt 

53 25 '4 '. 

54 25 4... • 

55 25 4 : 

56 25 4 

57 25 4 ■ 

58 25 4 :. 

59 25 4 ■ 

00 ,25 4 

01 25 4 

02 25 4 

03 25 4 

04 25 ■ 4 

51 20 4pt 

52 20 4 

53 20 4 : 

54 26 4 

55 20 4 : 

.50 20 4 ■ 

57 20 4 

58 20 4 

59 20 4 

GO 20 4 

01 20 4 .. 

02 20 4 

63 26 4 

04 20 4...- 

65 20 4 

50 27 4pt 

51 27 4 . 

. 52 27 4 

.53 27 4 

5'4 27 4 

55 27 4 

50 27 4 ■ 



43 

102 

117 

47 

3 

1 

2 

11 

5 

22 

641 

882 

483 

205 

739 

25,394 

425 

1,0.39 

(') 
(^) 

75 



74,267 

48 

217 

356 

477 

714 

■ 263 

342 

300 

300 

200 

92 

57 

19 

13 

237 

125 

228 

356 

377 

294 

222 

250. 

209 

176 

163 

1.33 

06 

47 

9 

63 

459 

462 

393 

102 

123 

78 



852 

1,302 

312 

91 

982 

14,883 

227 



404 
181 



35,386 

24 
108 
448 
337 
578 
230 
209 
121 
136 
189 



1.52 

59 

168 

359 

418 

245 

105 

140 

158 

100 

72 

11 



29 

331 

419 

299 

15 

96 

41 



477 

1,250 

793 

2,620 

2G8 



7,641 



07 
195 
318 
389 
126 
74 
03 



-211 

-420 

-. 171 

'114 

-243 

10,511 

198 



3S,S81 

24 
109 

92 
140 
1.30 

33 
1.33 
239 
164 

11 



13' 


85 


49 


66 


229 


00 


221 


• -3 


3,50 


-41 


133 


49 


40 


117 


6 


110 


_ 


111 


_ 


70 


- 


91 


" 


'122 


- 


34 


38 


128 


393 


43 


298 


94 


11 


87 


110 


27 


27 


37 



375 

455 

189 

12,2.57 

-41 



27,745 



41 
253 

19 
189 
104 
135 

58 



139 
10- 
-61 

138 
08 

112 
65 

136 



293 

.26 

1 

4 

-14 

14 



(') Nowpart of Edmonton city. 
39275— 4J 



(") Included in Edmonton city. 



22 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Com. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton West— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 

27 4 



57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

03 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

65 

72 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 



27 
27 
27 
■27 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 



4.... 

4 

4 

4.... 
4..,. 
4 .. 
4.... 
4pt.. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
5pt.. 
•5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5,... 
5.... 
5.... 
5. . . . 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5pt. 
5...-. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 



5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5pt. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 



148 

329 

289 

213 

128 

114 

100 

39 

28 

43 

39 

32 

33 

19 

223 

467 

327 

169 

209 

158 

155 

153 

272 

254 

87 

38 

5 

127 

47 

9 

55 

91 

7 

57' 

110 

4 

5 

240 

346 

190 

204 

227 

188 

132 

207 

213 

212 

55 

4 

21 

9 

6 

64 

112 

91 

194 

164 

234 

146 

140 

282 

■218 

124 



05 
215 
149 
92 
34 
10 



20 

34 

44 

52 

1 

10 

170 

88 

157 

179 

84 

124 

63 

87 

213 

HI 

22 



16 
142 
117 
134 
165 
190 
189 
150 
113 
178 

66 
4 



7 

82 

48 

283 

334 

45 

208 

95 

126 

202 

137 

9 



21 



27 

26 

45 

2 

46 
327 
125 

13 



83 
114 
140 
121 

94 
104 



9 

-5 

-20 

32 

9 

53 

379 

170 

-10 

125 

34 

92 

66 

59 

143 

65 



-11 


- 


98 


- 


229 


55 


56 


- 


39 


138 


37 
-1 

-18 


- 


_ 


94 


- 


35 


_ 


146 


- 


51 


- 


-1 

-IS 


81 


64 


41 


-192 


263 


-140 


- 


119 


- 


26 


- 


51 


32 


14 


99 


80 


- 


81 


- 


115 


- 



23 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton West— Continued 
M.W. 

5 :..., 



T. 


R 


72 


3 


.50 


4 


.51 


4 


52 


4 


53 


4 


54 


4 


55 


4 


,56- 


4 


57 


4 


58 


4 


59 


4 


CO 


4 


(U 


4 


64 


4 


72 


4 


7.S 


4 


50 


5 


51 


5 


52 


5 


53 


5 


.54 


5 


55 


5 


5() 


5 


57 


5 


58 


5 


5!) 


5 


60 


5 


61 


5 


62 


5 


63 


5 


72 


5 


73 


5 


,50 





51 


6 


52 


6 


53 - 


6 


54 


6 


55 


6 


50 


6 


57 


6 


58 





59 


6 


60 


6 


61 


6 


62 


6 


63 


6 


72 


6 


73 


6 


47 


7 


48 


• 7 


49 


7 


50 


7 


51 


7 


52 


7 


53 


7 


54 


7 


55 


. 7 


56 


7 


57 


7 


58 


7 


59 


7 


62 


7 


63 


7 


73 


7 



■5pt. 
5.... 



6.... 
5. . . . 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5..,. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5..., 
5.... 
5,... 
5.... 
5pt. 
5.... 



5..., 
5.... 
5..,. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.'... 
5.\. 
'5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5pt. 
5..,. 
5.,.. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.,.. 
5..., 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
6.... 
5.... 
6pt.. 
5.... 
5..., 
5.... 
5.... 
S.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 

5 

6.... 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



11 




40 


61 


47 


' 104 


36 


56 


119 


142 


197 


136 


125 


16 


93 


30 


53 


28 


70 


44 


207 


153 


99 


11 


32 


6 


3 




13 


_ 


12 


_ 


57 


,19 


51 


33 


78 


61 


122 


84 


122 


103 


30 


116 


211 


54 


127 


44 


59 


52 


121 


103 


26 


7 


31 


4 


7 




5 


_ 


11 


_ 


123 


202 


110 


06 


107 


79 


4 


17 


131- 


180 


77 


89 


1,59 


19 


165 


4 


116 


4 


77 


31 


64 


10 


4 


_ 


9 


_ 


136 


33 


27 




28 


_ 


16 


_ 


2 


_ 


34 


_ 


119 


18 


35 


25 


21 




91 


. 38 


490 


100 


73 


74 


91 


5 


203 


47 


168 


77 


189 


84 


22 


12 


34 


8 


16 


_ 


13 


- 



1901 



230 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
19U 



-21 

-57 

-20 

-23 

61 

109 

63 

25 

26 

54 

88 

26 



38 

18 

27 

38 

19 

-86 

157 

S3 

7 

18 
19 
27 



—79 

44 

28 

-13 

-49 

-12 

140 

101 

112 

40 

54 



103 



101 
•10 

53 
390 
—1 

86 
156 

91 
105 

10 

26 



1911 
over 
1901 



-94 






24 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 



Edinontoii West — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 



45 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

66 

57 

58 

59 

62 

73 

45 

46 

48 

49 

50 

53 

54- 

55 

56 

57 

58 



fiO 


9 


71 


9 


72 


9 


73 


9 


74 


9 


53 


10 


54 


10 


56 


10 


57 


10 


58 


10 


59 


10 


60 


10 


61 


10 


72 


10 


73 


10 


74 


10 


53 


11 


54 


, 11 


55 


11 


56 


11 


57 


U 


58 


11 


59 


11 


60 


11 


73 


11 


53 


12 


55 


12 


56 


12 


57 


12 


58 


12 


59 


12 


73 


12 


53 


13 


54 


13 


55 


13 


56 


13 


57 


13 


58 


13 



5.. 
5.. 
5.'. 
5.. 
5., 
5.. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5., 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
6. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
. 5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 



5., 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5 . 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 
5.. 

5.. 

5.. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 



3 

2 

9 

12 

13 

220 

34 

26 

131 

336 

143 

112 

75 

1 

4 

2 

4 

7 
183 
147 

131 

189 

202 

5 

1 

16 

53 

69 

23 

64. 

51 

69 

49 

71 

252 

3 

5 

20 

197 

21 

27 

8 

24 

. c4 

36 

42 

32 

35 

99 

4 

37 

30 

6 

18 

91 

8 

171 

30 

8 

3 

21 

4 



163 

17 

14 

60 

108 

4 

5 



279 

116 

6 



49 
53 



16 



87 
11 

4 

1 

20 



3 
19 

50 
3 



22 

109 
5 

48 



57 
17 

117 

276 

35 

108 



—96 
31 



140 
149 



37 



—23 
40 

45 

70 

232 



11 

188 

—58 
23 



29 
16 

—46 
34 



69 



62 
.25 



-45 



25 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending A.ct of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 





Population 


n 


Increase {+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBEBTA— Continued 

Edmonton West^-Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
59 13 5 


2 

2 

9 

59 

39 

57 

151 

94 

47 

10 

63 
34 

3 
10 
74 
17 
50 
37 
61 
85 
48 
106 

9 
16 

3 
156 
95 
64 
12 
, 26 
14 

2 

1 
46 
41 

8 

269 

62 

4 

1 

23 
50. 

3 
11 
10 

9 

211 

43 

19 

231 

6 

2 
232 

8 

29 
46 
21 
193 
'30 

9 

7 


24 

1 

10 

35 

15 

57 
80 

1 
22 

29 
161 
22 


_ 


15 

56 

- 141 

59 

59 

-9 
26 

15 

42 

17 

—HI 

209 




60 13 5 




73 13 5 




74 13 5 




53 14 5 




54 14 5...... 




55 14 5 




56 14 5 




57 14 5 ■ 




74 14 5 


• 


75 14 5 




76 14 . 5 




77 14 5 ;.. 




45 IS. 5 




53 15 ■ 5 . 




54 15 5 




55 15 5 




56 15 5 ■ 




74 15 5 




75 15 5/ 




78 15 5 




53 16 5 -■ 




54 16 5 




55 16 5 




56 16 5 




73 16 5 




74 16 5 ■ 




75 16 5 




76 16 5 




77 ■ 16 5 




78 16 5...' 




86 16 5 




44 17 5 




52 17 5 




53 17 5 




54 17 5 




73 17 5 




74 1/ 6 

/5 1, 5 '. 

76 ■ 17 5 ■ 


- 


78 17 5 




52 18 5 




53 18 5 




54 18 5 




/4 . 18 5 ;. .. 




75 18 5 




76 18 5 




47 19 5 ." 




51 19 5 ■. 




52 19 5 




53 19 5... 




54 19 5 




59 19 5 




77 1 19 5 ; . 




78 19 5 . 




80 19 5 




81 19 5 




82 19 5 




47 20 5 




50 20 5 




52 20 5 




53 20 5 '. 




54 20 5 


6 
3 




55 20 5 


_ 



26 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911, 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton West — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 

5 

5 

5 '.... 

5 

5.; 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 ; 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5...: 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

■5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 ^ 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 ■ ..- 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

. 5. 

5 

5 

5....: 

5 

5 



77 


20 


78 


20 


81 


20 


82 


20 


83 


20 


85 


20 


8fi 


20 


48 


21 


49 


21 


•W 


21 


52 


21 


58- 


21 


62 


21 


64 


21 


75 


21 


76 


21 


77 


21 


78 


21 


79 


21 


81 


21 


82 


21 


83 


21 


84 


21 


48 


22 


51 


22 


52 


22 


53 


22 


54 


22 


56 


22 


57 


22 


69 


22 


70 


22 


74 


22 


76 


22 


77 


■ 22 


78 


22 


82 


22 


S3 


■22 


84 


22 


45 


23 


46 


23 


52 


23 


53 


23 


58 


23 


60 


23 


70 


23 


78 


23 


82 


23 


83 


23 


84 


23 


85 


23 


47 


24 


51 


24 


52 


24 


69 


24 


70 


24 


71 


24 


78 


24 


81 


24 


82 


24 


83 


24 


84 


24 


85 


24 


86 


24 



98 


- 


97 


- 


67 


- 


16 


- 


15 


- 


9 


- 


1 


- 


81 


_ 


4 


- 


12 


- 


5 


, 


1 


- 


3 


. - 


8 


_ 


64 


- 


178 


- 


365 


- 


22 


_ 


6 


- 


4 


- 


189 


-' 


59 


- 


40 


- 


5 


- 


11 


_ 


27 


5 


2 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


8 


- 


25 


- 


4 


- 


1 


- 


57 


- 


75 


- 


62 


- 


156 


- 


96 


- 


366 


- 


256 


- 


30 


6 


7 


- 


4 


- 


2 


- 


66 


- 


23 


_ 


32 


- 


157 


26 


42 


- 


3 


_ 


19 


- 


- 


36 


25 


39 


8 


- 


22 


- 


17 


_ 


339 


- 


20 


- 


246 


- 


.166 


- 


35 


- 


10 


1. 


14 


- 



22 



24 



131 



—14 



,27 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton West — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 



51 
52 
55 
'60 
70 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
86 
42 
48' 
50 ■ 
51 
52 
57 
70' 
72 
77 
78 
81 
82 
83 
84 
45 
49 
50 
51 
42 
45 
46 
47 
53 
71 
72 
77 
78 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
45 
47 
52 
54 
71 
72 
75 
76 
77 
78 
80 
81 
82 
85 
45 
46 
71 
72 
73 
74 



25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
27 
27 
27 
27 



12 

1 

4 

2 

2 

9 

146 

103 

75 

41 

6 

2 

118 

19 

42 

3 

2 

2 

9 

2 

46 

29 

33 

12 

12 

2 

26 

470 

2 

4 

224 

54 

13 

1 

33 

26 

11 

32 

49 

158 

95 

63 

29 

6 

3 

1 

1 

48 

38 

14 

10 

33 

48 

89 

210 

122 

. 2 

5 

2 

73 

211 

58 

67 

29 



210 



-198 



5 

128 



54 



-12 



40 



-7 



10 



85 



206 



28 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Edmonton West— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

. 77 3 6 

78 3 6 

80 3 6 

81 3 6 

82 3 6 

83 3 6 

84 3 6., 

71 4 6 

72 4 6 r..: 

73 4 6 

74 4 6 

.76 4 6.: 

78 .4 6 

79 4 6 

80 4- 6 

81 4 6 

82 4 6 

83 4 6 

57 5 6 •. 

71 5 6..., 

72 5 6 ; 

73 5 6 

74 5 6 ■. 

75 5 6 

76 5 6 

77 5 6 

78 5 6 :. 

79 5 6 

80 5 6 

81- 5. 6 

82 5 6 

83 5 6 

84 5 6 

85 6 6 

86 5 6 

57 6 6 

70 6 6 

71 6 6.:°. 

72 6 . 6 

73 6 6 

74 6 6 

77 6 6 

78 6 6..... 

79 . 6 6 

81 ■ 6 6 

84 6 6 

54 7 6 

57 7 6 

59 7 6 

70 7 6 .- 

71 7 6, 

72 7 6 

73 7 6 ■. 

74 7 6 : 

78 7 6 

79 7 6 

•80 7 6 

57 8 6 

70 8 G 

71 8 6 ." ■. .. 

72 8 6 

73 8 6 

74 8 6 

75 8 6 



47 

34 

94 

290 

73 

1 

1 

82 

157 

41 

109 

12 

34 

28 

66 

141 

69 

6 

4 

190 

100 

147 

89 

13 

22 

136 

255 

70 

28 

2 

3 

8 

7 

7 

2 

14 

6 

114 

162 

353 

65 

86 

202 

77 

1 

4 

4 

■ 10 

16 

24 

201 

95 

154 

122 

11 

4 

11 

30 

10 

162 

96 

155 

125 

31 



9 
21 



85 
269 



60 
133 



18 



237 



15 



71 
193 



161 



29 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Cow. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBERTA— Continued 



Edmonton West— Continued 
T. ' R. M.W. 
8 



78 
SO 
61 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
64 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
78 
79 
61 
69 
70 
71 
72 
, 73 
74 
77 
78 
79 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
69 
70 
71 
73 
74 
75 
77 
78 
79 
■80 



9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
U 
U 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12- 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 



6.. 

6.. 
-0.. 

G.. 

6.. 

6.. 

6.. 

6.. 

6.. 

6. 

0., 

6.. 

6. 
'0. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

0. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

G. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

G. 

G. 

6. 

6. 

6, 

6. 

6. 

6. 



Population in 



1921 



Jasper Internment Camp. 

Unorganized parts 

Sliaftsbury Settlement. . . 

Indian Reserves 

Edmonton c. pt 

Edson t 

Grande Prairie t 

Grouard t 

Morinvillc t.... 

Peace River Crossing t. . . 

St. Albert t 

Stony Plain t 



T. R. M.W. 

Alberta Beach v ■. 54 3 5 

Clairmontv 72 6 6 

Seba Beach- v 53 5 5 

Clyde V 60 25 4 

Entwistlov 53 -7 5 

Legal V 57. 25 4 



1911 



20 
36 
16 
25 

153 
57 
29 

171 
35 

22 

74 

159 

267 

107 

126 

■26 

1 

7 

17 

7 

139 

94 

62 

139 

31 

2 

14 

2 

3 

100 

57 

67 

51 

10 

5 

7 

1 

. 9 

20 

3 

2 

33 

14 

12 

19 

,201 

142 

3,302 

20,042 

1,138 

1,061 

375 

460 

980 

800 

360 

75 
130 

35 
154 
219 
318 



1, 



1901 



5,798 

1,266 

10,017 

497 

447 
385 

614 
505 



140 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



2,150 
751 



49 
472 



-4,597 

2,036 

10,025 

.641 

-72 
75 

186 
-145 



79 



3,648 
515 

336 
142 



30 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Cora. 



Electoral Districts 



AliBEBTA— Continued 

Edmonton West— Concluded 

T. 

• Spirit River v 78 

Wabamun v 53 

Westlock V 60 



Lcthbridge. . 

T; K. 
1 



10 
11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 

1- 

2 

3 
.4 

5 



9 

10 

11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



10 
11- 

1 
.2 

3 



11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 • 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

16 

16 

16 



M.W. 

4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt. 
"4.... 
4...\ 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt., 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 

4 

4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.,.. 
4..., 
4.... 
4... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.,.. 



Population in 



1921 



R. W.M. 




6 6 


210 


4- 5 


99 


26 4 


321 



37,699 

139 

138 

114 

121 

287 

226 

209 

205 

193 

80 

99 

76 

113 

106 

7 

14 

99 

■ 122 

232 

168 

93 

88 

114 

17 

5 

45 

57 

37 

59 

191 

168 

49 

191 

181 

27 

12 

70 

23 

124 

120 

144 

51 

02 

125 

47 

64 

61 

7 

13 

74 

111 

129 

78 

32 



1911 



29,487 

117 

94 

99 

66 

108 

181 

155 

190 

183 

84 

87 

121 

159 

100 

.• 1' 

63 

. -96 

182 

380 

64 
124 
141 

26 



7 

34 

158 

245 

88 

123 

134 

17 

17 



1901 



1 

93 

114 

204 

27 

19 

120 

39 

33 

34 



45 
64 

207 
76 
42 

121 
55 



5,995 

2 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



13 



38 
4 

■7 
31 



1921 
over 
1911 



8,213 

• 22 

44 

15 

55 

179 

. 45 

54 

15 

10 

-4 

12 

-45 

-46 

6 



36 

26 

50 

-212 

29 

-36 

-27 

-9 

42 

30 
25 
33 
-.77 
-39 
68 
47 
10 



22 

31 

6 

-60 

24 

43 

5 

8 

21 

27 



29 

47 
-78 

• 2 
-10 
-23 

43 



31 



TABLE 5. Population by 'Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act,' 1914, ' 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Incre!^se (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBEBTA— Continued 



Lethbridgc — Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

16 4 

10 4 

10 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16 4 

16- 4.- 

16 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

17 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18 4 

18- 4 

19 4 

19 4.-. 

19 • 4 

19 4 

19 4 

19 . 4 

19 4 

19 4 

19 4..'...., 

19 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

20 4 

21 4 

21 4 

21 4 

21 4 

21 -4 

21 4 

21 4 

21 4 

21 4 

21 4 

22 4 

22 4 

22 4 

22 4 

22 4 

22 4 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1 

4 

5 

6 

7 

. 8 

9 

10 

11 

1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



63 

48 

22 

54 

100 

318 

223 

48 

110 

5 

69 

101 

150 

236 

80 

41 

353 

159 

132 

14 

48 
258 
20 
73 
39 
73 
61 
9f 

36 

107 

279 

68 

276 

223 

115 

57 

64 

23 

86 

20 

73 

241 

418 

197 

199 



48 

30 

15 

10 

12 

156 

284 

28 

109 

54 

57 
157 
210 

20 

2 

335 

328 

55 



22 
110 

46 
5 

41 
183 

60. 



13 

53 
55 
18 
96 
46 
71 
74 

7 
30 

157 
50 
50 

254 
49 

271 



15 


_ 


168 


11 


352 


15 


221 


187 


127 


96 


518 


349 


899 


447 


25 


18 


161 


45 


94 


1 


1 


50 


17 


5 


247 


28 


120 


114 


120 


80 



15 

18 

7 

44 

88 

162 

-61 

20 

1 

15 
44 
-7 
26 
54 
39 
18 
-169 
77 



,26 

148 

-26 

68 

-2 



_ 


-110 


- 


1 


4 


- 


60 


54 


25 


224 




50 


_ 


180 


3 


177 


6 


44 


- 


-17 


_ 


16 


_ 


50 


_ 


-137 


_ 


23 


33 


191 


6 


164 


_ 


148 


- 


-72 


-. 


157 


_ 


337 


_ 


34 


37 


31 


16 


- 169 


33 


452 


6 


7 


_ 


116 


2 


93 


5 


-49 


_ 


12 


17 


219 


10 


6 


- 


40 



278 
104 



330 



39 
40 



-7 
30 



43 

.65 



17 
248 



59 
333 
414 

12 

-1 

45 

11 
104 



32 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
. and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ALBERTA— Continued " 

Leth bridge— Concluded 
T. R. M.'V. . 

7 22 4 

8 22 4 

9 22 4 

10 22 4 

11 22 4 : ■ 

1 23 4 

2 23 4 

3 23 4 

4 23 4 

5 23 4 

6 23 4 

1 24 4 

2 24 4 

3 24 4 

4 24 ,4 

5 24 4 

1 25 4 

2 25 4 

3 25 4 

• 4 25 4 

. 1 26 4 

2 26 . 4 

■ 3 26 4 

1 27 4 

2 27 4 ■. 

3 27 4pt 

1 28 4 

2 28 4 .- 

1 29 4 •.... 

2 29 4 

1 30 4 

Letj|bridge c 

Bow Island t 

Cardston t 

. Diamond City t 

Magrath t 

Raymond t 

•Tabert 

T. R. W.M. 

Burdettv 10 12 4 

Coaldale v 9 20 4 

Coalhurst v 9 22 4 

Commerce V 11 22 4 

Grassy Lake v 18 13 4 

Milk River v 2 16 4 

Stirling V 6 19 4 

Warner v .• 4 17 4 

Macleod ". 

T. R. M.W. 

9 23 4 : 

10 23 4 

11 23 4 

7 24 4 

8 24 4 

9 24 4 

■ 10 24 4 

11 24 4 

4 25 4 

-6 25 4 

. 7 ■ 25 4 

8 25 4 

9 25 4 ; 



4 

64 

179 

110 

184 

113 

91 

14 

171 

68 

23 

227 

193 

335 

96 

11 

113 

327 

70 

96 

39 

220 

96 

91 

245 

36 

127 

6 

63 

5 

-11,097 

427 

1,612 

198 

1,069 

1,394 

1,705 

182 
142 
928 
360 
■ 161 
. 181 
294 
281 



31,008 

19 
199 

76 

13 
5 

99 
174 
218 



153 

172 

90 

166 



25 

119 

438 

93 

245 

63 

49 

29 

132 

29 

27 

257 

150 

173 

68 

141 
294 

76 
5 

61 
266 

99 
102 
318 

33 

1 

102 

11 

9,035 
307 

1,207 
510 
995 

1,465 

1,400 



247 

514 
321 



30,779 

37 
300 
139 

10 

61 

182 

228 

14 

84 

240 

127 

113 



19 



189 
78 
52 
24 

111 
259 
125 

41 
■ 261 
88 
54 
355 
40 

200 

6 

13 

2,072 

639 

424 



349 

8,328 
20 

6 

5 

9 

12 



21 
18 
38 
46 



-21 

-55 

-259 

17 

-61 
50 
•42 

-15 
39 
39 
-4 

-30 

43 

162 

28 

-28 
33 
-6 
91 
22 

-46 
-3 

-11 

-73 
3 

25 

52 

2,062 

120 

405 

-.312 

74 

-71 

305 



-86 

-220 
-40 



3,229 

-18 

-101 

-63 

-5 

38 

-8 

-10 

69 
-68 
-37 

53 



33 ■ 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 





Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


. 1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Maclcod 

T. 
10 


ALBERTA— Continued 

—Continued 
R. M.W. 
25 4 


200 

230 

71 

84 

170 

■ 154 

87 

' 185 

209 

280 

165 

■ 195 
171 
157 
168 
260 
164 
171 

75 

47 

263 

296 

• 61 

123 

149 

213 

237 

• 220 

229 

369 

212 

■ 187 

167 

196 

206 

74 

63 

94 

131 

89 

30 

17 

70 

31 

170 

145 

79 

199 

128 

215 

211 

153 

188 

219 

122 

18 

101 

150 

181 

104 

125 

111 


157 
208 

78 
136 
164 
172 
123 
182 
183 
237 
149 
163 
117 

85 
172 
200 
219 
138 

67 

177 

194 

90 

6 

178 

182 

169 

309 

193 

216 

238 

121 

150 

200 

150 

179 

47 

144 

68 

167 

82 

56 

19 

75 

42 

122 

99 

78 

146 

143 

155 

158 

107 

115 

271 

200 

8 

73 

68 

145 

150 

168 

131 


24 

15 
15 
12 
108 
120 
■5 

8 

3 

1 
20 
12 

'22 
4 

14 

44 
14 
18 

6 
4 
4 

72- 
. 29 
16 
54 
85 

14 

"24 

22 

21 

17 

13 

10 

16 

4 

5 

26 

50 

119 

129 

4 
37 
94 
65. 
30 


43 

22 

-7 

-52 

6 

-18 

-36 

3 

26 

43 

16 

32 

, 54 

72 

-4 

60 

-55 

33 

8 

86 

■ 102 

-29 

-55 

-33 
44 

■-72 
27 
13 
121 
91 
37 
. -33 
46 
27 
27 

-81 
26 

-36 
7 

-26 
-2 
-5 

-11 

48 

46 

1 

53 

-15 
60 
53 
46 
73 

-52 

-78 
10 
28 
82 
36 

-46 

-43 

-20 


133 


11 ■ 


25 4 




5 


26 4 


63 


6 


26 4 


121 


7 


26 4 .' 


152 


■ 8' 


26 4 


64 


9 


26 4 


3 


10 


26 4 ' 


177 


11 


26 4 




12 


26 4 


_ 


13 


26 4 


_ 


14 • 


26 ■ 4 


_ 


15 


26 4 


109 


16 


26 4 


_ 


17 


26 4 


169 


' 18 


20 4 


198 


19 


26 4 ■ 


217 


20. 


26 4 


118 


21 


26 4 pt 


55 


3 


27 4 


_ 


4 


27 4 


_ 


5 


27 4 


172 


6 


27 4 


86 


■ 8 


27 4 ' 




9 


27 4 • 


164 


10 


27 4 •. 


138 


11 


27 4 


155 


12 


27 4 


291 


13 ■ 


27 4 




14 


27 4 : 


_ 


15 


27 4 


~ _ 


16 


27 4 


_ 


17 


27 4 


. 144 


18 


27 4 


196 


19 




146 


20 


27 4 


107 


21 


27 4 pt 


18 


3 


28 4 


128 


4 




14 


5 


28 4'. '. 


. 82 


6 






7 ■ 


28 4 


42 


g 






9 


28 4 . 


51 


10 




20 


11 


28 4 


101 


12 


28 4. 


82 


13 


28 4 


65 


14 


28 4 


136 


15 


28 4. 


- 127 


16 


28 4- 


151 


17 


28 4 


153 


18 


28 4 


81 


19 


28 '4 . 


65 


20 


28 4 


152 


21 


28 4 pt 


71 


22 


28 4 pt 


_ 


3 


29 4 


60 


4 


29 4 


31 


5 


29 4.' 


51 


6 


29 4 


85 


7 


29 4 


138 


8 . 


29 4 





34 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase {+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



.1921 
over 
1911 



Macleod- 

T. 

9 
10 
11 
■ 12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
4 
5 
fi 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



ALBERTA— Continued 

-Continued 
R. M.W. 

29 4 

29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



4.... 
4.... 
4.... 

4 

4.... 
4.... 
4. . . . 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 

4 

4.... 
4.... 
4..,. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4..,. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
■5.... 
5.... 
5.-... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5pt.. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 



70 
27 
16 

22 

51 

101 

117 

183 

.213 

111 

198 

185 

21 

45 

56 
91 
74 
168 
67 
56 



10 
5 
9 

24 
12 

106 

144 

252 

140 

90 

26 

25 

4 

1 

13 

. 11 

67 

107 

185 

148 

389 

94 

214 

239 

108 

186 

339 

135 

62 

37 

6 

2 

24 
26 
12 
21 
72 



55 

52 

34 

11 

19 

60 

124 

102 

171 

173 

153 

182 

221 

40 



11 
53 
61 
120 
49 
40 
13 



5 

3 

10 

10 

19 

13 

12 

70 

252 

149 

152 

116 

15 

9 

10 

1 

30 

29 

55 

99 

160 

135 

170 

244 

160 

340 

5 

247 

329 

149 

61 

29 

15 

4 

17 

5 

14 

24 

110 



40 

22 

18 

22 

20 

4 

22 

9 

2 

49 

80 

151 

150 

13 



14 
55 

82 
34 

12 

8 
11 

3 



159 

144 

32 

18 

16 



14 

11 

13 

36 

99 

156 

165 

191 



115 
46 
24 
19 



15 
-25 
-18 

3 
-9 

-23 
15 
12 
40 

-42 
16 

-36 

-19 



45 
38 
13 
48 
18 
16 



7 
-5 
-1 

5 
-1 

36 

-108 

103 

-12 

-26 

11 

16 

-6 



-17 

-18 

12 

8 

25 

13 

219 

-150 

54 

-101 

103 

-61 

10 

-14 

1 

8 

-9 

-2 

7 

21 

-2 

-3 

-38 



35 . 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the' Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 



1911 



1901 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Macleod— Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 

18 2 5 

19 2 5 : 

20 2 5 

21 2 5 

22 2 5..-. 

5 3, 5 

6 3 5 

7 3 5 

8 3 5 

9 3 5 

10 3 5 

U 3 5 

12 3 5 

13 3 5 ". 

15 3 5 

16 3 5 

17 3 5 

18 3 5 

19 3 5 

20 3 5 

21 3 5 

■ 22 3 5 

6 4 5 

8 4 5 

16 4 5.... •....; 

17 4 5 

18 4 5 

19 4 5 

20 4 5 

21 ■ 4 5 

22 4 5 

8 5 5 .„ 

17 5 ° 5 

19 5 5 

20 5 5 

22 5 5 

■23 5 5 .' 

8 6 5 

17 6' 5 : 

22 6 5...' 

Indian Reserves 

Calgary c. pt 

Blairmore t 

^Claresholme t 

Coleman t 

Granum t : 

, High River t 

' Macleod t 

Nanton t 

Okotoks t , 

Pincher Creek t 

Stavely t ; 

T. R. M.W 

Blackiev 19 27 4 

Cayleyv 17 28 . 4 

Cowley v 7 15 

Frank v 7 3* 5 

Monarch V 10 23 4 

Noblefordv 11 23 4 

■ Pincher city V 7 30 4 



91 

94 

97 

Ul 

217 

10 

15 

2,623 

101 

81 

22 

4 

1 

26 

9 

4 

29 

46 

161 
85 

126 
2 

812 
17 
14 
25 
29 
57 
48 
27 
28 



10 
47 
40 

3 

1,786 

174 

1,652 

963 

1,590 

279 

1,198 

1,723 

710 

448 

888 

292 



204 
135 
107 
401 

41 
142 

73 



75 

. 81 

120 

84 
145 

25 

1,489 

102 

36 

23 

2 

2 

9 

3 

4 

8 

27 

58 

99 

97 

127 

20 

•420 

25 

5 

■ 6 

53 

38 
7 

26 
2 

31 



56 
1,'836 

1,137 
809 

1,557 
250 

1,182 

1,844 
571 
516 

1,027 
245 



126 
142 
806 



116 



101 



13 
12 
14 
32 
. 76 
101 

24 



24 
1 

2,088 
231 



153 

796 

245 
335 



19 



16 
13 
-23 
27 
72 

-10 
1,134 
-1 
45 
-1 
2 
-1 

23 

5 

-4 

2 

-12 

62 

-12 

-1 

-18 

392 

-11 

20 
23 

4 
10 
20 

2 

-29 



-50 

415 

154 

33 

29 

16 

-121 

139 

-68 

-139 

47 



9 
-35 
-405 



69 
57 
91 
-2 
44 



-5 
15 
44 
67 
21 
26 

396 



35 
31 



-252 
906 



1,029 
1,048 

271 
692 



787 



-43 



36 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901.— Con. 





.t 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


. 1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ALBERTA— Continued 
)\ff>4l1rliip Hat 


43,179 

12 

19 

4 

86 

165 

135 

86 

46 

78 

19 

162 

215 

291 

319 

103 

. 143 

49 

50 

75 

44 

100 

125 

99 

198 

168 

175 

145 

- 155 

47 

34 

78 

21 

129 

184 

89 

130 

94 

49 

•287 

175 

162 

■256 

24 

106 

120 

191 

61 

123 

165 

108 

124 

291 

156 

131 

119 

127 

- 5 

35 
107 


34,697 

5 
5 
15 
17 
45 
14 
95 
88 
234 
36 
22 
10 
25 
28 
93 
62 
3 
14 

21 

3 

19 

59 

1.30 

68 

11 

45 

. 23 

. 30 

4 

5 

20 

127 

32 

184. 

228 

88 

90 

53 

20 

73 

34 

26 

44 

^ 2 

5 
35 
16 
33 

3 
49 
41 

2 
20 
13 

6 

41 
121 


3,185 

4 

3 
44 
13 
40 

8 
24 

4 

o — 

15 
20 

4 

11 

39 
35 
46 

57 

2 

6 

20 


18,483 

7 

4 

-13 

41 

70 

47 

- -148 

10 

56 

9 

137 

187 

198 

257 

100 

129 

54 

97 
106 

40 

68 
100 
164 
100 
132 

17 

' - 

14 
-49 
-11 

-55 

-44 

1 

40 

41 

29 

214 

141 

136 

•212 

189 

56 

88 

149 

75 

121 

242 

115 

129 

99 

114 

-1 

-6 

T-14 


21,513 


T. B. M.W. 
1 I 4 


_ 


3 1 4 . . ' 


-■ 


5 1 4 


- 


R 1 4 


- 


7 1 4 


41 


8 1 4 


11 


9 1 4 


61 


10 1 4 


75 


11 ■ 1 4 


194 


12 1 4 


28 


13 1 4 


-2 


14 1 4 


6 


15 1 4 


- 


15 1 4 


- - 


17 1 4 


- 


18 1 4 


- 


19 1 4 


— 


20 1 4 


-1 


21" 1 4 


- 


22 1 4 ...'.. 


- 


23 1 4 


- 


24 ' 1 4 ' 


.- 




- 


26 1 4 


-1 


27 1 ■ 4 


- 


28 1 4 


- 


29 1 4 


- 


30 1 4 


- 


31 1 4 


- 


32 1 4 


- 


1 2 4 


- 


4 2 - 4 , 





5 2 4 


- 


6 2 4 


- 


7 2 4 


116 


8 2 4 


-7 


9 2 4 


149 


10 2 4 


182 


• 11 2 4 


31 


] 9 2 4 


- 


13 2 4 ■ 


- 


14 2 4 


- 


15 2 4 


- 


16 2 4 


- 


17 2 4 


~ 


18 2 4 


- 


19 2 4 


- 


20 2 4 


- 


21 2 4 


- 


22 2 4 


- 


23 2 4 


- 


24 2 4 


- 


25 2 4 ■ ' 


- 


26 2 4 


. - 


27 2 4 


,- 


98 2 4 


- 


29 2 4 


- 


•. 30 2 4 


-. 


.31 2 4 


- 


32 2 4 


• 


3 3 4 


-. 


5 3 4 


- 


(i 3 4 


3£ 


7 3 4 


101 



37 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 



dicii 

T. 

S 


ic llat 

R. 

3 
8 

8 
8 
8 
3 
8. 
|.i 

8 

8 

8 

8- 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 
. 4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4- 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 
" 4 

4 

4 

4 
■ 4 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

S 

S 

5 

5 

5 

5 

s ■ 

.') 
5 
fl 


— Continued 
M.W. 

4 .■ 


25 
105 


9 


4 


Irt 


4 


208 

113 

131 

124 

•89 

91 

58 

34 

82 

8 

70 
110 

95 
153 
179 
135 
184 
140 
133 
122 

44 

2fi 

35 

175 

215 

93 

38 

94 

51 

87 

20 

1 

7 

58 

174 

37 

33 

60 

120 

167 

108 

143 

■ 125 

74 

152 

105 

10 

34 

71 

70 

195 

126 

37 

88 

112 

70 

141 

111 


11 


M 


1^ 


4 


18 


4 


14 


4.., 


IS 


4 


I(i 


4 


17 


4 


18 


•4 


19 


4 


V: 


4 


'>?, 


4 


?4 


4 


•>5 


4 


T) 


4 


97 


4 


'>f> 


4 . 


99 


4 


80 


4 


81 


4 


89 


4 


1 


4 . . . . 


4 


4 


5 


4 


(i 


4 


7 


4 


S 


4 


9 


4 


10 


4 


11 


4 ..."....• 


1? 


4 


13 


4 • 


14 


4...:.. 


Ifi 


4 


1(1 


4 


17 


4 


19 




?n 


4 


?i 




?•> 


4 


98 




?4 


4 


K 


4 


90 


4 


97 


4 


as 


4 


99 


4 


80 


4 


81 


4 


8? 


4 


9 




;> 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


(i 


4 


7 


4..; 


8 


4 


9 


4 


in 


4 


11 


4 • 


1? 


4 -. 


18 


4 



22 

144 

236 

123 

115 

74 

44 

36 

21 

5 



4 

16 

30 

12 

31 

, 20 

54 

46 

42 

28 

16 

3 

1 

9 

7 

28 

24 

203 

199 

132 

42 

147 

68 

15 

2 

5 

1 

8 

3 

5 

4 

20 

44 

48 

57 

45 

69 

17 

15 

2 

10 

55 

111 

96 

22 

83 

91 

145 

276 

90 



42 
109 
67 
21 
25 



3 
-39 

-10 
16 
SO 
45 
55 
37 
29 



54 

80 

83 

122 

159 

81 

188 

98 

105 

106 

41 



28 


11 


22 


-28 


22 


16 


32 


-39 


_ 


-4 


- 


-53 


_ 


19 


6 


11 
-1 

2 




_ 


173 


_ 


29 


_ 


30 


-i. 


55 


_ 


116 


- 


147 


- 


64 


_ 


95 


- 


68 


- 


29 


_ 


83 


- 


88 


- 


-5 


_ 


32 


_ 


61 


- 


15 


10 


84 


- 


30 


" _ 


15 


47 


5 


28 


21 


17 


-75 


898 


-135 


1 


15 



—20 

35 

169 

102 

90 



1 
181 

177 
100 



101 



36 

63 

128 

-122 

95 



38 . 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease {— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ALBERTA— Continued 



medicine Hat- 



T. 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



R. 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



M 



10 


6 


11 


6 


12 


6 


13 


6 


14 


fi 


15 


fi 


10 


6- 


17 


6 


18 


6 


19 


6 


21 


6 


22 


fi 


23 


6 


24 


fi 


25 


fi 


26 


6 


27 


fi 


28 


fi 


29 


6 


30 


6 


31 


■ 6 


32 


R 


2- 


7 


3 


7 


4 


7 


5 


7 


6 


7 


7 


7 


8 


7 


9 


7 


10 


7 


11 


7 


12 


7 


13 


7 


14 


7 


15 


7 


16 


7 


17 


7 



Continued 
.W. 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

.4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4....:.... 

,4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



25 


_ 


19 


13 


_ 


7 


15 


1 


1 


1 


4 


- 


43 


_ 


96 


3 


27 


10 


111 


24 


125 


23 


179 


66 


123 


40 


24fi 


54 


157 


58 


108 


72 


110 


46 


109 


27 


8R 


56 


24 


17 


72 


17 


270 


133 


262 


111 


172- 


143 


8fi 


46 


126 


92 


46 


62 


56 


102 


42 


101 


48 


120 


88 


87 


48 


20 


50 





35 


4 


10 


4 





- 


■4 


_ 


52 


5 


52 


_ 


8fi 


1 


85 


37 


119 


50 


98 


42 


171 


96 


143 


67 


103 


45 


131 


81 


113 


87 


3 


10 


97 


68 


42 


22 


98 


29 


98 


92 


50 


50 


165 


165 


105 


90 


159 


94 


119 


254 


105 


106 


71 


26 


104 


102 


11 


• 8 


25 


6 


73 


r 30 



23 



_ 


14 


- 





- 


93 


_ 


17 


_ 


87 


- 


• 102 


_ 


113 


_ 


83 


_ 


192 


_ 


99 


_ 


36 


_ 


64 


_ 


82 


_ 


30 


_ 


7 


- 


55 


_ 


137 


_ 


151 


_ 


29 


- 


40 


24 


34 


8 


-16 




-46 


fi3 


-59 


35 


-72 


: 


28 


_ 


45 


_ 


31 


- 


6 



47 



_ 


85 


_ 


48 


_ 


69 


_ 


50 


„ 


75 


- 


76 


_ 


58 


_ 


. 50 


_ 


26 


_ 


-7 


_ 


29 


_ 


20 


_ 


69 


7 


6 


9 





_ 





8 


15 


5 


65 


32 


-135 
-1 

45 


15 


19 


'2 


_ 


3 


_ 


19 


- 


43 



39 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribiition Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 



Medicine Hat — Continued 



T. 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 . 
23 
24 
25 
.26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 



R. 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



M.W. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4 . 
4.. 
4.. 
4.. 
4 . 
4.. 
4.. 
4.: 
4., 
4 , 
4., 
4., 
4., 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
'4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
.4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 



77 


10 


16 


- 


56 


14 


8 


4 


121 


- 


43 


23 


97 


2 


115 


16 


86 


58 


121 


30 


149 


97 


145 


97 


135 


32 


96 


80 


148 


99 


7 


10 


13 


13 


108 


62 


51 


27 


27 


18 


50 


50 


26 


27 


70- 


76 


52 


85 


91 


155 


175 


209 


89 


127 


48 


104 


22 


29 


52 


86 


56 


14 


143 


41 


94 


70 


112 


60 


57 


41 


72 


_ 


62 


, 6 


33 


• 1 


95 


27 


96 


26 


89 


.45 


138 


80 


111 


52 


142 


63 


128 


48 


124 


92 


149 


118 


- 


5 


48 


74 


112 


121 


50 


51 


151 


46 


58 


83 


114 


97 


173 


237 


164 


208 


271 


282 


105 


137 


67 


99 


9 


148 


20 


41 


80 


88 


108 


98 


105 


98 



20 



67 

42 
4 

20 

95 

99 

28 

91 

52 

48 

103 

16 

49 

-3 



46 

24 

9 



-1 

-6 

-33 

-64 

-34 

-38 

-56 

-7 

-34 

42 

102 

24 

52 

16 

56 
32 
68 
70 
44 
58 
59 
79 
80 
32 
31 

-26 

-9 

-1 

. 105 

-25 

17 

-64 

-44 

-11 

-32 

-32 

-139 

-21 

-8 

10 

7 



76 
202 



262 



141 
21 



40 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Medlcii 

T. 
19 


le Ha 

R. 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

10 

10 

10 

10 
.10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 
, 10 
• 10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 


ALBERTA— Continued 

t— Continued 
M.W. 

4 




20 


4 




,21 


4 




22 


4 




23 


4 




24 


4 




25 


4 




26 


4 




■ 27 


4 




28 


4 




29 


4 




30- 


4 




31 


4 




32 


4 ■ 




1 


4 




2 


4 




3 


4 




4 


4 




5 


4 




6 


4 




7 


4 




8 


4 




9 


4 




10 


4 




n 


4 




12 


4 




13 


4 




14 


4 




15 


4 




16 


4 




17 


4 




18 


4 




19 


4 




20 


4 




21 


4 




22 


4 




23 


4 




24 


4 :... 




25 


4 




26 


4 




27 


4 ' 




28 


4. .'. 




29 


4 




30 


4 




31 


4 




32 


4 




11 


4 pt 




12 


4 pt 




13 


4 




14 


4 -. •. . 




15 


4 




16 


4 




17 


. 4 




18 


4 




19 


4 ■ 




20 


4 




21 


4 




22 


4 




23 


4 




24 


4 




25 


4 




26 


4 




27 


4 




28 


4 


1 



I 


'opulation 


in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 








1921 . 


1911 


1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


over 
1901 


120 


68 




52 




140 


108 


_ 


32 


_ 


59 


37 


_ 


22 


_ 


16 


6 


_ 


10 


_ 


67 


4 


_ 


63 


_ 


121 


32 


_ 


89 


_ 


96 


42 


_ 


54 


_ 


75 


71 


_ 


4 


_ 


124 


85 


_ 


39 


_ 


125 


■ 73 


_ 


52 


_ 


165 


108 


_ 


57 


_ 


127- 


68 


_ 


59 


_ 


50 


12 


_ 


• 38 


_ 


124 


69 


_ 


55 


_ 


90 


63 


_ 


27 


_ 


5 


. 3 


_ 


2 


_ 


143 


116 


_ 


27 


_ 


130 


80 


_ 


50 


_ 


93 


98 


_ 


-5 


_ 


123 


70 


_ 


53 


_ 


138 


100 


_ 


38 


_ 


172 


146 


_ 


20 


_ 


182 


270 


- 


-88 


, _ 


202 


249 


. _ 


-47 


_ 


150 


279 


. 


-129 


_ 


134 


125 


_ 


9 


_ 


103 


100 


_ 


3 


_ 


47 


34 


_ 


13 


^_ 


95 


345 


- 


-250 


_ 


82 


121 


- 


-39 


_ 


82 


85 


- 


-3 


_ 


65 


48 


- 


17 


_ 


145 


70 


_ 


75 


_ 


124 


66 


_ 


58 


_ 


78 


16 


_ 


62 


_ 


45 


28 


_ 


17 


_ 


88 


35 


- 


53 


_ 


45 


26 


- 


19 


„ 


75 


43 


_ 


o 32 


_ 


94 


67 


- 


27 


_ 


150 


58 


_ 


92 


_ 


122 


92 


- 


30 


_ 


98 


65 


_ 


33 


_ 


160 


60 


_ 


100 


_ 


156 


71 


_ 


85 


_ 


108 


61 


_ 


47 


_ 


9 


20 


18 


-11 


2 


- 


- 


5 


_ 




- 


- 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


• 30 


_ 


-29 


_ 


11 


29 


_ 


-18 


_ 


6 


69 


4 


-63 


65 


3 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


- 


15 


_ 


■ _ 


_ 


3 


12 


_ 


-9 


_ 


10 


38 


- 


-28 


_ 


54 


50 


_ 


4 


_ 


91 


87 


_ 


• 4 


^ 


66 


44 


_ 


22 


_ 


91 


78 


8 


13 


70 


125 


48 


_ 


77 




135 


42 


_ 


93 


_ 


. 90 


86 


_ 


4- 


_ 


86 


99 


- 


-13 


- 



41 

■ 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


V 1921 
over 
1911 


1911, 
over 
1901 


ALBERTA— Continued 

Medicine Hat— Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 
29 11 4 


82' 
188 
132 
106 

11 

9,634 
356 

1,137 
410 

111- 

180 

241 

394 

98 

390 

89 

74 

49,629 

41 
231 
124 
159 
155 
141 
206 
199 
226 
148 
188 
139 
252 
209 
191 
144 
221 

36 
118 
218 
244 
230 
141 
245 
116 

91 
134 
150 
190 
110 
130 
142 
123 

70 
184 
177 
142 

27 
131 
105 
133 


42 

50 

73 

98 

40 

47 

^ 5,608 

372 

220 

37,507 

60 
102 

90 
135 

63 
113 
150 
108 
200' 
130 

73 

75 
212 
136 
115 
103 
148 

58 
120 
178 
147 
108 

75 
191 

69 

25 
155 
136 
112 

30 
121 

96 

99 

97 
170 

95 

14 
124 
112 

91 
150 


2 
1,570 

7,568 

39 
2 
6 


40 

138 

59 

8 

-36 

4,026 

-16 

917 

13,122 

-19 
129 
34 
24 
92 
28 
56 
91 
26 
18 
115 
64 
40 
73 
76 
■ 41 
73 

-22 
-2 
40 
97 
122 
66 
54 
47 
66 

-21 
14 
78 
80 
9 
46 
24 

-27 

14 

82 

128 

-97 
19 
14 

-17 




30 11 4 


_ 


31 11 4 




32 U 4 


_ 


11 12 4pt 


_ 


12 12 4 pt r 


45 




4,038 






Redcliff t 


_ 






T. R. M.W. 
Alrlprson v 15 10 4 




Cereal V 28 6 4 

Chinook V 28 7 4 


- 


Jennerv 20 9 4 

Oyenv 27 4 4 

Suffieldv 14 9 4 

Walsh V. 11 1 4 


- 


Rpd Deer 


29,939 


T. R. M.W. 
• 39 11 4 pt 




40 11 4 


_ 


41 11 4 






_ 


36 12 4 


_ 




_ 


38 12 4.- 


_ 


39 12 4 


_ 


40 12 i: 


_ 




_ 


35 13 4 


_ 


36 13 4 




37 13 4 


173 


.38 13 4 




39 13 4 


_ 




_ 


41 13 4 


_ 




_ 


36 14 4 


_ 




_ 


38 14 ■ 4 


_ 


39 14 i 


_ 


40 14 4 


. 


41 14 4 


_ 


35 15 4 


_ 




_ 


37 15 4 


153 






" 39 15 4 


_ 




._ 


41 15 4 


_ 




_ 


36 16 4 


_ 




_ 


38 16 4 


_ 




_ 


40 16 4 


_ 




_ 


35 17 4 


_ 




_ 


37 17 4 


146 



42 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



■ ALBERTA— Continued 



ledDc 

T. 
38 


er-C 
R. 

17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
. 19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 
26 
2fi 


ontinued 
M.W. 

4 


. 39 


4 


40 


4 ' 


41 


4 ■. . , . 


35 


4 ; 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 .". 


39 


4 


40 
41 


4 ;• 

4 


35 
36 


4 

4 : 


37 


4 


38 


4 


39 


4 - 


40 


4 


41 


4 


35 


4 


36 


4 -...-. 


37 


4 


38 


4 


39 
40 


4 

4 


41 
35 


4 '. 

4 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 ■ 


39 


4 


40 


4 


41 


4 


35 


4.... 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 


39 


4 . 


40 


4.../ 


41 




35 


4 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 


39 


4 


40 


4 'r ■ 


41 


4 


35 


4 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 ; 


39 


4 


40 


4 


41 


4 ; 


■ 35 


4 


36 


4 


37 


4 ■ 


38 


4 


39 


4 


40 


4 


41 


4 


35 


4 


36 


4 


37 


4 


38 


4 



205 
153 
147 
195 
110 
138 
129 
255 
223 
327 
200 
126 
149 
166 
304 
222 
191 
186 
153 
130 
192 
203 
253 
144 
173 
111 
144 
124 
238 
277 
143 
178 
183 
203 
125 
210 
256 
214 
267 
378 
277 
255 
357 
235 
146 
247 
183 
166 
205 
157 
241 
319 
194 
152 
187 
149 
231 
266 
239 
207 
172 
223 
231 
324 



138 

169 

136 

197 

70 

77 

117 

.193 

183 

200 

111 

43 

77 

213 

208 

100 
147 
91 
329 
174 
247 
156 
122 
73 
85 
72 
116 
150 
147 
129 
113 
113 
170 
85 
255 
279 
205 
156 
243 
253 
208 
280 
326 
143 
158 
163 
102 
102 
109 
158 
278 
160 
120 
152 
99 
180 
185 
178 
150 
192 
201 
174 
188 



13 



25 



12 

6 

12 

16 

11 

10 

21 

7 

5 

12 

6 

17 

38 

54 

30 

5 



45 
33 
31 
3 
16 
10 
20 
97 



11 

71 
29 
19 
43 
197 

99 
154 
162 
131 



67 

-16 

1] 

-2 

40 

61 

12 

62 

40 

127 

89 

83 

72 

-47 

96 

91 

39 

62 

-199 

18 

-44 

97 

22 

100 

26 

72 



130 

14 

65 

70 

33 

40 

-45 

-23 

~ 9 

HI 

135 
24 
47 
77 
'-^91 
3 
89 
20 
64 

103 
48 
83 
41 
34 
32 
35 
50 
51 
81 
61 
57 
-20 
22 
57 

136 



43 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBEUTA— Continued 



Red Deer— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
20 
28 
26 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 



39 
40 
41 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41- 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
5.' 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
6. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
6. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 



247 
449 
324 
262 
234 
277 
253 
279 
415 
253 
258 
219 
241 
307 
247 
161 
119 
376 
302 
283 
281 
200 
285 
270 
242 
280 
185 
211 
259 
276 
.221 
250 
207 
294 
283 
219 
188 
228 
236 
216 
112 
137 
169 
237 
444 
250 
174 
168 
120 
140 
98 
141 
186 
211 
245 
185 
154 
52 
182 
141 
46 
80 
62 
221 



235 
320 
269 
207 
219 
281 
411 
425 
271 
200 
266 
167 
188 
254 
191 
83 
48 
236 
201 
211 
217 
147 
159 
298 
292 
230 
105 
123 
145 
200 
155 
208 
183 
225 
356 
165 
138 
236 
192 
144 
196 
142 
109 
176 
327 
141 
101 
145 
85 
132 
70 
111 
154 
150 
225 
101 
83 
206 
107 
87 
1/ 
42 
39 
180 



147 

205 

183 

231 

186 

199 

220 

148 

156 

77 

159 

153 

107 

97 

91 

53 

11 

130 

189 

208 

197 

151 

.131 

111 

10 

181 

109 

135 

118 

89 

15 

27 

81 

40 

10 

24 

121 

49 

4 



12 

129 
55 
55 
15 

-4 
-158 
-146 

144 
53 

-8 
52 
53 
53 
56 
78 
71 

140 

101 
72 
64 
53 

126 

-28 

-50 

50 

80 

88 

114 
76 
■ 66 
42 
24 
69 
-73 
54 
50 

-8 

44 

72 

-84 

-5 
60 
61 

117 

109 
73 
23 
35 
8 
28 
30 
■ 32 
61 
20 
84 
71 
-154 
75 
54 
29 
38 
23 
41 



115 

86 

-24 

33 

82 

191 

277 

115 

123 

107 

14 

81 

157 

100 

30 

37 

106 

12 

3 ' 

20 

-4 

28 

187 

282 

49 

-4 

-12 

27 

111 

' 140 

181 

102 

185 

155 
• 114 
115 
143 
140 



133 

74 
125 



83 



44 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ALBERTA— Continued 



Eed Deer — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 

5 5 



39 
40 
41 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
35 
38 
39 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
39 
40 
41 
39 
40 
40 
41 



9 



9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

14 

14 

15 

15 

16 

16 
Unorganized parts. 

Red Deer c 

Big Valley t 

Castor t 

Innisfail t 

Lacombe t 

Oldst " 

Stettlert 



5.. 

5., 

5.. 

5.. 

5.. 

5.. 

5.. 

5.. 

5., 

5., 

5.. 

5.. 

5., 

5.. 

5.. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 



T. R. M.W. 

Alliance v 40 13 4 

Alixv 39 23 . 4 

Bentley V 40 1 5 

Blackfaldsv 39 27 4 

Botha V 38 14 4 

Bowden v 34 1 5 

Clivev 40 24 4 

Delbume v 37 23 4 

Erskinev 39 20 4 

Gadsbyv ' ....38 17 4 



333 

160 

111 

19 

64 

19 

139 
77 
129 
190 
167 
18 

r 

98 

3 

13. 
93 
64 
133 
312 
68 
24 

5 
11 
39 
46 
85 
27 
23 

7 
32 

4 
63 

3 
28 

9 
156 



37 

7 

1,059 



2,328 

1,057 
710 
941 

1,133 
764 

1,416 



278 

108 

14 

21 

15 

50 

.17 

98 

59 

29 

114 

127 

5 

2 

32 



54 

241 

23 



18 
102 



12 



48 
39 

46 

61 

133 

162 
2,118 

1,659 
602 

1,029 
917 

1,444 



246 


- 


282 


267 


222 


- 


93 


150 


130 


" - 


222 


178 


232 


- 


215 


- 


198 


131 


150 


213 



323 



317 
499 
218 



12 



55 
52 
97 
-2 
49 
-31 

41 
18 

100 

■ 76 

40 

13 

-1 
66 

-5 

89 
56 
79 
71 
45 



20 



150 

-30 

-39 
998 

210 

-949 
339 
104 

-153 

-28 

15 

-57 

44 



67 
-63 



45 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914,. 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ALBERTA— Continued 



K«d Deer— Concluded 



T. R. M.W, 



Galahad V 41 14 4 

Halkirkv 38 16 4- 

Mirror V .40 22 4 

North Red Deer V 38 27 4 

Penholdv 36 28 4 

Rocky Mountain House v .39 7 5 

Sylvan Lake V 38 1 5 



Stratbcona. 

T. R. 
49 
50 
61 
52 
53 
54 
49 
50 
61 
52 
53 
• 64 
42 
.43 
46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
61 
62 
53 
54 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
62 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



M.W. 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4pt.. 

4pt.. 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4...: 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4pt.. 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 

4."... 

4.... 

4pt. 
" 4pt. 

4.... 

4.... 

4.... 
4... 

4... 
4... 



Population in 



1921 



124 
146 
381 
325 
127 
375 
180 



42,520 



423 
57 
122 
94 
155 
369 
473 
167 
181 
239 
421 
285 
246 
204 
329 
366 
391 
196 
296 
270 
482 
374 
495 
47 
175 
183 

168 
256 
351 
449 
420 
535 
'536 
531 
45 
269 
318 
123 
120 
352 
303 
413 
341 
474 
403 
100 
204 
205 
176 
283 
324 
■188 



1911 



304 
94 



28,355 

221 

10 

'141 

92 

93 

339 

260 

176 

132 

169 

317 

256 

163 

187 

337 
329 
129 
160 
139 
401 
332 
454 
20 
132 
134 

. 455 
291 
-234 
308 
346 
479 
507 
699 

304 
206 

67 

316 
235 
290 
314 
420 
358 
61 
204 
184 
127 
187 
229 
147 



1901 



12,635 

42 

2 

7 

49 

317 

20 

12 

32 

84 

269 

320 

8 

60 
340 
294 
223 
5 
64 
146 
297 
325 
248 

43 
80 
14 
119 
342 
195 
205 
331 
349 
691 
303 

252 

233 

70 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



14,165 

202 

47 

-19 

2 

62 

30 

223 

-8 

49 

80 

104 

29 

82 

. 17 

29 

62 

67 

136 

131 

81 

42 

41 

. 27 

43 

49 

-287 

-35 

117 

141 

74 

56 

29 

-168 

-35 

112 

56 



273 


36 


43 


124 


68 


HI 


188 


123 


102 


293 


27 


21 


317 


54 


103 


378 


45 


-20 


56 


39 


5 


100 





104 


87 


21 


97 


39 


49 


88 


_ 


96 


- 


22 


95 


207 


20 


41 


127 



1911 
over 
1901 



15,720 

179 

139 

85 

44 

22 

230 

163 

100 

75' 

48 

■ -64 

155 

127 

43 

106 

124 

96 

-7 

: 104 

7 

206 



54 

336 

-51 

39 

103 

15 

130 

-84 

396 

52 

-27 

-3 



46 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



•1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ALBERTA— Continued 

Strathcona— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

48 26 4 

49 26 4 

50 26 4 

42 27 4 

43 27 4 

.44 27 4 

45 27 4 

46 27 4 

47 27 4 

48 27 4 

49 27 4 

50 27 4pt 

42 28 4 

43 28 4 

44 28 4 

45 28 4 ■. ... 

46 28 4 

47 28 4 

48 28 4 

o 49 28 4 

50 28 4 pt 

42 1 5 

43 1 5 •....-... 

44 1 5 

45 1 5 

46 1 5 

47 1 5 

48 1 5 

49 1 5 

50 1 5pt 

42 2 5 

43 2 5 ; .. 

44 2 5 

45 2 5 ■. . . 

46 2 5 

47 2 5 

48 2 5 

49 2- 5. 

50 2 5pt 

42 3 5 

43 3 5 

' 44 3 5 

45 3 5 

46 3 5'. 

47 3 5 

48 3 5 

49 3 5 '. 

50 3 5pt 

51 3 5pt 

42 4 5 

43 4 5..: 

44 4 5 

45 4 5:....- 

46 4 5 

47 4 5 

48 4 5 

49 -4 5 

42 5 ' 5 

43 5 5 

44 5 5 

45 5 5 

.46 5 b: 

48 5 5 : 

49 5 5..- 



269 

'587 

465 

202 

141 

163 

190 

149 

72 

253 

447 

284 

219 

73 

59 

51 

37 

32 

37 

76 

18 

139 

97 

73 

70 

141 

23 

162 

136 

116 

266 

244 

87 

45 

28 

34 

94 

101 

100 

124 

163 

188 

29 

104 

64 

29 

79 

64 

-23 

113 

120 

63 

14 

12 

11 

48 

38 

42 



34 
52 
21 
73 



122 

324 

411 

105 

149 

129 

125 

125 

152 

218 

280 

177 

106 

61 

35 

42 

36 



48 

4 

101 

97 

50 

98 

129 

48 

196 

140 

95 

199 

125 

70 

42 

87 

34 

49 

74 

69 

124 

111 

111 

43 
37 
14 
65 
29 

8 

110 

57 

28 

2 

,2 
61 

28 

3 

20 

22 



96 

197 

265 

.84 

59 

33 



71 
164 
171 



1 

20 
3 



147 

263 

54 

97 

-8 

34 

65 

24 

-80 

35 

167 

107 

113 

12 

24 

9 

1 

-17 

28 

14 

38 



23 

-28 

12 

-25 

-34. 

-4 

21 

67 

119 

17 

3 

-59 



45 

27 

31 



52 

77 

61 
27 
15 
14 
35 
15 
3 

63 
35 
12 

9 
-13 

14 



47 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for. the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



Strathcona- 

T. R. 
50 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
49 
50 
. 46 
45 
46 
47 
48 
44 
46 
44 
42 
43 
45 
42 



ALBERTA— Continued 

-Concluded 
M.W. 



5pt. 
5.... 



5..... 
5.... 
5pt.. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5pt.. 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 
5.... 



('). 



Indian Reserves. 
Edmonton c. pt. 

Wotaskiwin c 

Fort Saskatchewan t. 

Leduc t 

Ponoka t 



pt. 



Millet V...; 47 

. Rimbey v'. 42 



R. M.W 

24 4 

2 5 



Victoria. 

T. 
53 
54 
55 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
. 49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



R. M.W. 



4.... 
4.... 
4pt., 
4.... 
4.... 
4.. .. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4pt. 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4.... 
4..., 
4.... 
4.... 
4..., 



•10 

1' 

16 

5 
79 
10 

24 

3 

2 

12 

10 



2 

7 

4 

2 

■ 896 

13,385 

2,061 

883 

756 

1,594 

208 
319 



56,739 



•14 



863 
5,579 
2,411 
782 
523 
642 

162 



38,316 



273 


163 


234 


160 


132 


50 


285 


143 


293 


232 


228 


169 


157 


156 


215 


76 


147 


67 


149 


80 


165 


108 


95 


37 


226 


186 


362 


78 


336 


. 186 


296 


225 


377 


230 


289 


216 


250 


257 


1,57 


109 


138 


135 


161 


97 


217 


127 


174 


141 


197 


115 


134 


73 


256 


61 


282 


23 


371 


270 



596 
1,550 
550 
306 
112 
151 



8,851 



-4 



70 
9 
17 



33 

,806 

-350 

101 

233 

952 

46 



18,423 

110 

■ 74 

■82 

142 

61 

59 

1 

139 

80 

69 

57 

58 

40 

284 

150 

71 

147 

73 

-7 

48 

3 

64 

■■ 90 

33 

82 

61 

195 

259 

101 



267 
4,029 
1,861 
476 
411 
491 



39,465 



41 



(') Formerly Strathcona city. 



48 

TABLE. 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 





Electoral Districts , ■ 


Population 


n 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921. 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Victoria 

T. - 

54 


ALBEKTA— Continued 

—Continued 
■R. M.W. 
12 4 


315 
258 

76 

34 
230 
403 
108 
190 
186 
162 
145 
100 

88 
124 
217 
418 
230 
349 
390 

96 
220 
166 
277 
231 
182 
204 
262 
142 

98 
194 
174 
261 
311 
293 
533 
222 
213 
248 
260 
196 
182 
391 
217 
219 
243 
238 
243 
302 
279 
376 
325 
428 
140 
196 
244 
225 
243 
288 
333 
354 
189 
304 
333 


.271 

228 

40 

44 

109 

179 

116 

120 

110 

100 

106 

61 

47 

64 

86 

314 

213 

307 

248 

14 

160 

138 

176 

164 

149 

123 

163 

89 

60 

91 

79 

132 

119 

203 

389 

159 

112 

203 

189 

97 

131 

233 

100 

112 

133 

' 133 

217 

186 

249 

260 

196 

370 

127 

141 

190 

200 

86 

112 

241 

292 

118 

140 

266 


3 
15 

4 
8 
9 

15 
42 
83 
89 

42 

88 

78 

8 

78 
180 

4 

25 
105 


44 

30 

. 36 

-10 

121 

224 

-8 

70 

76 

62 

39 

39 

41 

60 

131 

104 

17 

42 

142 

82 

60 

28 

101 

67 

33 

81 

99 

53 

. 38 

103 

95 

129 

192 

90 

144 

63 

101 

45 

71 

99 

51 

158 

117 

107 

110 

105 

26 

116 

30 

116 

129 

58 

13 

55 

54 

25 

157 

176 

92 

62 

71 

164 

67 


■ • 268 


55 


12 '4 pt 


213 


56 


12 4 pt . . . : 


_- 


57 


12 4 


- 


42 


13 4 


_ 


43 


13 4 


_ 


44 


13 4 • 


- 


45 


13 4 


- 


46 


13 ■ 4 


' _ 


47 


13 4 - 


_ 


48 


13 4 ; 


- 


49 


13 4 


- 


50 


13 4 : 


- 




13 4 


_ 


52 


13 4 


. 


53 


13 4 : 


_ 


54 


13 4 


309 




13 4 


399 




13 4 


339 


57 


13 4 pt •. 




■ 42 


14 4 


- 


43 


14 4 


_ 


44 


14 - 4 


_ 


45 


14 4 


_ 


46 


14 4 ' 


_ 


47 


14 4 


- 


48 


14 4 


- 


49 


14 4 . . . .' 


- 


50 


14 4 


_ 


- 51 


14 4 


_ 


52 


14 4 


_ 


53 


14 4 ■.■ 


_ 


54 


14 4 


104 


55 


14 4 , '...■. 


161 


56 


• 14 4 


306 


57 


14 4 pt. ■ ■ . 


70 


42 


15 4 




43 


15 4 ; 


_ 


44 


15 4 


_ 


45 


15 4 . . . 


_ 


46 


15 4 


_ 


47 


15 4 


_ 


48 


15 4 


_ 


49 


15 4 


. - 


50 


15 4 


_ 


51 


15 4 


91 


52 


15 - 4 


129 


53 


15 4 


108 


54 


15 4 


341 


55 


15 4 




56 


15 4 


118 


57 


15 4 pt 


190 


58 


15 4 pt 


- 


42 


Ig 4 


_ 


43 


16 o 4 


_ 


44 


'16 4 


_ 


45 


16 4 :. 


_ 


46 


16 4 ! 


_ 


47 


16 4 


337 


48 


16 4 


_ 


49 


16 . 4 . 


_ 


50 ■ 


16 4 


- 


51 


16 4 


341 


52 


16 4 


431 


334 


97 329 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 





Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


' 1911 
over 
1901 


Vlctorla- 

T. 

53 


ALBERTA— Continued 

—Continued 
R. M.W. 
16 4 ' 


515 
475 
483 
457 
460 
402 
145 
170 
236 
242 
212 
265 
224 
213 
234 
119 
199 
413 
524 
380 
473 
277 
79 
201 
189 
258 
236 
239 
249 
397 
287 
206 
96 
125 
299 
459 
356 
357 
365 
159 
254 

■ 327 
221 
199 
223 
254 
378 
386 
399 

. 200 
123 
224 

. 252 
353 
341 
422 
442 
193 
310 
297 
339 
316 
261 


395 
400 
351 
303 
349 
379 
152 
112 
197 
147 

89 
193 
174 
141 

99 

50 
150 
349 
389 
302 
330 
300 

38 
170 
164 
124 
117 
141 
179 
o 223 
254 
182 

73 

69 
123 
468 
366 
300 
200 
114 
124 
329 
160 
137 
119 
217 
318 
224 
263 
110 

83 
116 
130 
255 
319 
285 
136 
141 
187 
199 
178 
142 
161 


115 
. 259 
199 
298 
404 

13 

10 
95 
201 
243 
221 
379 
195 

8 
18 

7 

11 

15 

48 

65 

74 

51 

163 

204 

300 

51 

4 

5 

21 

34 

2 

12 

.58 

110 

19 

13 

63 

41 

186 

300 

173 

21 
47 

127 
85 

113 
27 
20 


120 

75 

132 

154 

111 

23 

-7 

58 

39 

95 

123 

72 

50 

72 

135 

69 

49 

64 

135 

78' 

143 

-23 

41 

31 

25 

134 

119 

98 

70 

174 

33 

24 

-23 

56 

176 

-9 

-10 

57 

165 

45 

130 

-2 

61 

■ 62 

104 

37 

60 

162 

136 

90 

40 

108. 

122 

,98 

22 

137 

306 

52 

123 

98 

161 

174 

100 

85 


280 


54 


16 4 


141 


55 
56 
57 
58 


16 4 

16 4 : 

16 ■ 4 

16 4 pt 


152 

5 

-55 


42 
43 
44 


17 4 

17- 4 

17 4 .... 


139 


45 


17 4 




46 


17 4 




47 


17 4 


_ 


48 
49 


17 4.... 

17 4 


- 


50 


.17 4.. . 




51 


17 4 


40 


52 - 


17 4 :.. 


55 


53 


17 4 


148 


54 


17 4 •. 


146 


55 


17 4..-. 


81 


56 


17 4 


' -49 


57 


17 4 


105 


58 


17 4 pt 




42 


18 4 .... 


■ 


43 


18 4 


_ 


44 


18 4 •. 


116 


45 


18 4 


99 


46 


18 4 




47 


18 4 ... 


172 


48 


18 4 


212 


49 


•18 -4 


. 239 


50 


18 4 


134 


51 


18 4. 


8 


52 


18 4.... 


—5 


53 


Ig 4 - 


72 


54 


18 4 


305 


55 


18 4 


162 


56 


18 4...... 





57 


18 4 


149 


58 


18 4 pt... ... 




42 


19 4 


120 


43 


19 4 


324 


44 


19 4. . . 


139 


45 


19 4 


103 


46 


19 4 ; 


117 


47 


19 4 


205 


48 


19 4 




49 


19 4 ,- 


■ 166 


50 


19 4. . 


153 


51 


19 4 


91 


52 


19 4... . 


70 


53 


19 4 


53 


54 


19 ^.....v ...■ 


89 


55 


19 4 . 


69 


56 


19 4 •. 


19 


57 


19 4 


112 


58 


19 4 pt 




42 


20 4 


120 


43 
44 


20 4 

20 4 . .... 


140 

72 


45 


20 4 


93 


46 


20 4... ■. 


29 
134 

182 


47 


20 4 


, 48 


20 4 


287 


. 202 



50 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
and the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ALBERTA— Concluded 

Victoria — Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 

49 20 4..-. 

50 20 4 

51 20 4 : 

52 20 4 

53 20 -4 

54 20 4 

55 20 4 

56 20 4 

57 20 4pt....; 

58 . 20 4pt..; 

42 21 • 4 

43 21 , 4 

44 21 4 

.45 21 4 

46 21 4 

47 21 4 

48 21 - 4 

55 21 4 

56 21 4 pt 

42 22 4 

43 22 4....: 

44 22 4 •, 

45 22 4 

46 22 4 

47 22 4 

48 22 4.'. 

55 22 4pt 

44 23 4pt : 

Camrose t 

Daysland t ' ; . . . 

Fort Saskatchewan t. pt ? 

Tofield t 

Vegreville t 

■ , T. E,. M.W 

Bashaw V 42 21 4 

Bawlfv 46 18 4 

Bittern Lake V 46 21 ■ 4 

Bruderheim v 55 20 4 

Chipman V 54 18 4 

Donaldav; 42 18 4 

Ferintosh v 44 21 4 

Forestburg v. .• 42 15 4 

Heisler V .-■ ■ 43 16 4 

Holdenv 49 16 4 

Innisfree v 51 11 4 

Killamv 44 13 4 

Lamont v 55 19 4 

Lavoy v 52 13 4 

Lougheed V 43 11 4 

Mundare v 53 16 11 

New Norway v 45 21 4 

Ohatonv 46 19 4 

Ryleyv 50 17 4 

Sedgewick v 44 12 4 

Strome v.'. 44 15 . 4 

Viking V 47 13 4 



136 
112 
215 

64 
8 
134 
377 
420 
274 

48 
255 
187 
300 
324 
323 
181 
327 
435 
119 
330 
238 
247 
292 
249 
155 
279 

43 

138 

1,892 

441 

99 

500 

1,479 

433 
150 

48 
255 
225 
248 
144 
181 
■ 118 
192 
226 
394 
419 

98 

256 

497 

.137 

60 
242 
397 
240 
357 



87 
120 

81 

41 
1 
110 
330 
279 
330 

23 
223 

83 
253 
237 
■ 206 
141 
262 
349 
102 
267 
245 
223 
214 
199 
112 
149 

50 

195 

1,586 

349 

586 
1,029 



270 
132 



76 



111 
100 
197 
197 
127 

152 
61 
55 
110 
331 
192 
153 



3 

172 
179 
161 

24 

26 

147 

190 

222 

52 

103 

310 

37 

117 

180 

138 

199 

178 

75 

88 

49 

168 



49 

-8 

1.34 

23 

7 

24 

47 

141 

-56 

25 

32 

104 

47 

87 

27 

40 

65 

86 

17 

63 

-7 

24 

78 

50 

43 

130 

-7 

-57 

306 

92 

-86 
450 



-120 
123 



81 

126 

197 

222 

-29 

345 

76 

5 

132 
66 
48 

204 



Note. -Volume 1 Census 1911 places the urban population 
of Alberta for that year at 141,937. Included in this 
figure was the population (5,250) of twelve places which 
according to the Report of ths Municipal Commissioner 
for Albarta wore not then incorporated. The places so 
included were Aetna, Bankhoad, Bellevus. Birkerdike, 
Canmore, Cardiff, Exshaw, Hillcrest. Passburg, Qusenston 
and Elmpark. The correction resulting from this and from 
other small adjustments coneequont upon more definite 
knowledge as to incorporated areas, place the urban pop- 
ulation for 1911 at 137,662. Similar corrections have 
been mads in the urban and rural figures for the Census 
of 1901. 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA-BULLETIN V. 



Published by Authority of the Honourable James A. JRobb, Minister op Trade and Commerce. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF MANITOBA, 1921. 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Urban and Rural 

Sub-divisions. 

The census of Manitoba, taken as of date June 1st, 1921, was the ninth 
taken under the direction of the Dominion Government since the province was 
created out of a portion of the territory acquired from the Hudson's Bay Com- 
pany in 1870. 

On May 20, 1870, A. G. Archibald was appointed Lieutenant Governor 
of Manitoba under the Act 32 and 33 Victoria, Chapter 3, an Act for the tem- 
porary government of Rupert's Land and of the North-West Territory when 
united with Canada, and the Act 33 Victoria, Chapter 3, an Act to amend and 
continue the Act 32 and 33 Victoria, Chapter 3, and to establish and provide 
for the government of the province of Manitoba. 

On August 4, 1870, instructions to the Lieutenant Governor were issued 
from the office of the Secretary of State for the provinces. Clause 9 of these 
instructions provided that there should be an enumeration made of the half- 
breed heads of families residing in the province at the time of the transfer of 
the territory and of their children, in order that such lands in the province, as 
might be deemed expedient, might be granted to these half-breeds and their 
children. Clause 13 of the instructions provided for a report on the number 
of Indians in the province. 

On October 13, 1870, the Lieutenant Governor writes to the Secretary of 
State stating that, in order to secure an enumeration of the population of the 
province, he has divided the province into five sections, with two enumerators 
in each, one English and one French, each to enumerate his whole district, to 
provide a check on the results. 

On October 24 the Lieutenant Governor encloses a copy of the rules and 
regulations with the schedules for the census. 

The census was taken during November of 1870, and on December 9 the 
Lieutenant Governor made a preliminary report of the results showing 11,945 
people. On December 26 further results were enclosed to the Secretary of 
State for the provinces, showing a population of 11,965. Later on the total was 
raised to 12,228. This total included about 600 Christian Indians, 1,600 whites 
and the balance half-breeds. The results of this census were used in dividing 
the province of Manitoba into the four original electoral districts. 

By the Boundary Extension Act passed by the Dominion Parliament in 
1912, the boundaries of Manitoba were extended northwards to the 6Dth parallel 
of north latitude between the eastern boundary of Saskatchewan and the western 
shore of Hudson Bay; and from the point where the northern boundaries of 
Manitoba and Ontario formerly coincided, the boundary of Manitoba was 
extended due north to a point defined, and thence northeasterly to the point 
where the 89th meridian of west longitude intersects the southern shore of 
Hudson Bay. The land area of the province was then increased from 64,326.7 
square miles by the new addition of 167,599.3 square miles to 231,926 square 
miles of land area, or a total area of land and water of 251,832 square miles. 

39606—1 



The land area of Manitoba is more than twice as great as the total area of 
Great Britain and Ireland, nearly 19,000 square miles greater than the total area 
of France, and 23,146 square miles greater than Germany. 

The following summary gives the population of Manitoba by quinquennial 
and decennial periods from 1870 to 1921, together with the number and per- 
cent increase shown by each Census. 



Census Year 


Population 


Increase made 
in 5 years 


Increase made 
in 10 years 


Per cent of 
increase in 
population 

of the 
Dominion 
by decades 


Number 


Per cent 


Number 


Per cent 


192(1 


610,118 
553,860 
461,394 
365,688 
255,211 
193,425 
152,506 
108,640 
62, 280 
12,228 


56,2.58 
92,466 
95.706 
110,477 
61,786 
40,919 
43,86'6 
46,380 


10-16 
20-04 
26-17 
43-29 
31-94 
28-83 
40-37 
74-49 


148,724 

206, 183 

102,705 

90, 246 

50,032 


32-23 

80-79 

67-35 

144-95 

409-10 


21-7 


1916 


- 


1911 


34-1 


1906 


- 


1901 


11-1 


1896 


- 


1891 


11-8 


1886 


- 


1881 


17-2 


1870 


- 







Urban and Rural Population. 

For the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns' 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities, as rural. The following summary shows for the last three Censuses 
the urban and rural population of the province. The classification for each 
Census is based upon the .population of the various classes of places as shown 
by the returns of each Census. As a result the figures for each Census may not 
relate exactly to the same urban and rural territory, since some territory which 
was regarded as rural in one Census may be considered urban in a subsequent 
one. 

TABLE 1. Rural and Urban Populations, 1921, 1911, 1901 



Class of Place 


1921 


.1911 


1901 


Per cent of 
Total Population 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Total population 

Urban Places 


62 

4 
30 
18 


610,118 

261,467 

214,071 

38,092 

9,304 

348,651 

338,281 
10,370 


49 

4 
24 
21 


461,394 

200,365 

163,249 
26,926 
10, 190 

261,029 

249, 151 
11,878 


22 

2 

12 

8 


255,211 

70,436 

47,960 

14,782 

7,694 

184,775 

179,288 
5,487P) 


100-00 

42-86 

35-09 
6-24 
1-63 

57 14 

55-44 
1-70 


100-00 

43-43 

35-38 
5-84 
2-21 

56-57 

54-00 
2-57 


100-00 
27-60 


Cities 


18-79 




5-79 




3-02 


Rural Parts 


72-40 


White population(i) 

Indians on Reserves 


70-25 
2-15 



(1) Includes total population exclusive of Indian Reserves. 

{') Exclusive of Indians in part added in 1912 by Extension of Boundaries Act. 



TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population, by Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911, 1901 



Electoral Distriets 



Land Area 
in sq. miles 



Population, 1921 



Total 



Per 
sq. mile 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 



1921 over 
1911 



1911 over 
1901 



Manitoba 

Brandon 

Dauphin 

Lisgar 

Macdonald 

Marquette 

Neepawa 

Nelson 

Portage la Prairie 

Provencher 

Selkirk 

Souris 

Springfield 

Winnipeg, Centre.. 
Winnipeg, North.. 
Winnipeg, Soutli. . 



231,926 00 



2, 
5, 
1, 
2, 
5, 
3, 
173, 
1, 
4, 

10, 
3, 

15, 



914-06 
468-75 
979-96 
390-90 
454-24 
491-53 
975-18 
710-22 
261-36 
689-84 
586-35 
944-15 

59-46 



610,118 

40, 183. 
35,482 
29,921 
23,824 
41,254 
28,356 
19,806 
22, 254 
29,308 
55,395 
26,410 
58,870 
76,470 
62,957 
59,628 



13-78 
6-49 

15-11 
9-96 
7-56 
8-12 
0-il 

13-01 
6-87 
5-18 
7-36 
3-69 

3,347-71 



461,394 

39,734 
23,358 
25, 978 
20,802 
32,384 
23,923 
11,737 
22,059 
24, 276 
32,653 
27, 133 
37,247 
58,903 
45,682 
35,525 



255,211 

25,047 
12,617 
26,899 
17,324 
30,435 
19, 140 
2,359 
14,969 
14, 129 
16,443 
22,634 
20, 290 

42,925 



148,724 

449 

12,124 

3,943 

3,022 

8,870 

4,433 

8,069 

195 

5,032 

22,742 

—723 

21,623 

17,567 

17,275 

24, 103 



206,183 

14,687 
10,741 
-921 
3,478 
11,949 
4,783 
9,378 
7,090 
10,147 
16,210 
4,499 
16,957 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed in 1921 



Cities and Towns 


Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 


1921 


.Per 
sq. mile 


1921 over 
1911 


1911 over 
1901 


Cities 


9-00 

8-89 

17-64 

23-22 

0-92 
3-18" 
1-00 
0-75 
1-21 
1-46 
0-87 
8-21 
100 
0-96 
1-00 
1-00 
0-75 
6-00 
1-00, 
3-18 
6-25 
1-00 
3-00 
3-00 
1-00 
8-82 

•88 
1-56 
0-62 
1-50 
8-78 
7-38 
1-00 

.55 


214,071 

15,397 

6,766 

12,821 

179,087 

38,092 

994 

560 

825 

794 

1,591 

3,885 

685 

746' 

832 

846 

576 

871 

676 

1,505 

1,268 

796 

1,887 

500 

571 

857 

696 

3,726 

1,710 

1,112 

903 

1,858 

4,185 

1,062 

. 1,361 

214 


1,710-77 
761-08 
726-81 

7,712-62 

1,080-43 

176-10 

825-00 

1,058-66 

1,314-87 

2,660-95 

787-35 

90-86 

832-00 

881-25 

,576-00 

871-00 

901-33 

250-83 

1,268-00 

250-13 

301-92 

500-00 

190-33 

285-66 

696-00 

422-45 

1,943-18 

712-82 

1,456-45 

1,191-02 

476-65 

143-90 

1,361-00 

389-09 


163,249 

13,839 

5,892 

7,483 

136,035 

28,580 

847 

437 

91^ 

878 

1,271 

2,815 

808 

1,043 

782 

637 

623 

1,010 

690 

1,483 

1,130 

598 

1,864 

449 

580 

950 

562 

2,977 

1,854 

1,005 

574 

1,,550 
245 


54,465 

5,620 

3,901 

2,019 

42,925 

18,530 

466 

898 

1,023 

1,439 

1,135 

920 

840 

731 

505 

585 

485 

1,052 

1,522 

465 

1,418 

529 

2,188 
839 
589 

901 


50,822 

1,558 

874 

5,338 

43,052 

9,612 

147 

123 

-93 

-84 

320 

1,070 

-123 

-297 

50 

209 

-47 

-139 

-14 

22 

138 

198 

23 

51 

- 9 

-93 

134 

749 

-144 

117 

329 

-189 
-31 


108,784 

8,219 

- 1,991 

5 464 




Portage la Prairie 




93 110 


Towns 


10,050 




Birtle 

Boissevain 

Carberry. . 


-29 

20 

— 145 


Carman 


-168 
1,680 


Deloraino 


-112 
203 


Gladstone. 


51 






Hartney 

Killarney 

Melita 


118 
425 
205 


Minnedosa 


431 
—392 


Morris 


133 


Neepawa. 


446 








51 


Rivers 




Russell.. . 




Selkirk... . . .. 


789 


Souris 


1,015 
416 








The Pas 


_ 




_ 


Tuxedo 




Virden 


649 











39866—2 



1 Not including West Emerson, with population of 149 



TABLE 4. 



Population of Incorporated Villages of Manitoba, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed 

in 1921 



Villages 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Villages 


1921 


1911 


1901 


All villages 


9,304 

339 
534 
277 
737 
617 
581 
609 
214 
618 


6,440 

574 

542 
496 
519 
565 

639 


2,639 

125 
666 

617 


Napinka 


299 
483 
419 
617 
357 
673 
368 
812 
750 


326 
457 
380 

591 
375 
458 
518 






_ 




Pilot Mound 


446 




Plum Coulee 


394 


Oilbprt, Plains 


Roblin 




Gimli 


Rossburn 


_ 




Shoal Lake 


_ 




Wawanesa 


_ 


Lyall 


Winkler 


391 




Winnipcgosis 











TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901; 







Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Itrandon 




MANITOBA 


610,118 

40,183 

259 
209 
97 
81 
389 
280 
347 
180 
201 
233 
386 
287 
343 
202 
296 
371 
311 
283 
228 
235 
211 
283 
267 
237 
299 
252 
270 
607 
84 
224 
250 
154 
276 
182 
229 
397 
238 
114 
■ 441 


461,394 

39,734 

265 
217 
130 
90 
548 
315 
328 
219 
190 
318 
386 
• 349 
345 
202 
283 
300 
341 
300 
247 
252 
257 
436 
265 
249 
243 
253 
287 
563 
114 
214 
279 
172 
231 
160 
241 
390 
204 
110 
399 


255,211 

25,047 

684 
291 
147 
116 
561 
261 
374 
280 
242 
238 
333 
294 
308 
191 
242 
255 
295 
252 
204 
201 
259 
304 
232 
162 
218 
173 
239 
541 
125 
107 
253 
184 
230 
209 
263 
247 
237 
176 
417 
406 
286 
meridian. 


148,724 

449 

-6 

-8 

-33 

-9 

-159 

-35 

19 

-39 

11 

-85 



-02 

-2 



13 

71 

-30 

-17 

-19 

-17 

-46 

-153 

2 

-1.2 

56 

-1 

-11 

44 

-30 

10 

-23 

-18 

45 

22 

-12 

7 

34 

4 

42 
-56 


206,183 
14,687 


T. 

7 


R. 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 


M.W. 
1 


-419 


8 


1 


-74 


9 


1 


-17 


10 


1 


-20 


11 


1 


-13 


12 


1 


54 


7 


1 


-46 


8 


1 


-61 


9 


1 


-52 


10 


1 


80 


11 


1 


53 


12 


1 


55 


7 


1 


37 


8 


1 


11 


9 


1 


41 


10 

11 


1 

1. 


45 
46 


12 


1 


48 


7 


1 


43 


8 


1. 


51 


9 


1 


-2 


10 


1 


132 


11 


1 


33 


12 


1 


87 


7 


1 


25 


8 


1 


80 


9 


1 


48 


10 


1 


22 


11 


1 


-11 


12 


1 


107 


7 


1 . .■ 


26 


8 


1 


-12 


9 


1 


1 


10 


1 


-49 


11 


1 


-22 


" 12 


1 


143 


7 


1 


-33 


8 


1 


-66 


9 


1 ' 


-18 


10 


1 


148 204 

284 360 

ange;M.W.=Westof 


-202 


11 


1 . 


-76 1 74 




Note— T. = TownshiD; R. = E 





TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Eloctoriil Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase ('+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Brandon— Concluded 
T. B,. M.W. 



12 


23 

24 

24 

24 

24 
'24 

24 

25 

25 

25 

■25 

25 

25 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

27 

27 

27 

27 

27 

27 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

29 

29 

29 

29 

29 

29 
an Re 
adon c 
ns — ' 
ikLal 
ivers. . 
uris.. 


1 




7 


1,...' 




8 


1 




9 


1 




10 


1 




11 


1 




12 


1... . 




7 


1 




8 


1 




9 


1 




10 


1 




11 


1 




12 


1... 




7 


1 




8 


1 




9 


1 




10 


1 




11 


1 




12 


1 




7 


] 




8 


1 




'.) 


1 




10 


1 




11 


1 




12 


1 




7 


1 




8 


1 




9 


1 




10 


1 




11 


1 




12 


1 




7 


1 




8 


1 




9 


1 




10 


1 




11 


1 


^ 


12 


1 




Indi 


serves 




Bra 


ty 




Tow 
Oi 






R 






Sc 






Vi 


rden.. 
iges— 
khorn 
awane 

n 






ViU 
E 

w 


3a'. "^ 


T. B. M.W. 
....12 28 1 
7 17 1 


Dauphi 






T. 

23 


R. 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


M.W. 
1 




24 


1 




25 


1 




26 


1 




23- 


1 




24 


1 




25 


1 




26 


1 




29 


1 




24 


1 




25 


1 




26 


1 




27 


1 




28 


1 





510 
100. 
100 
123 
208 
410 
249 
243 
54 
156 
146 
158 
132 
346 
165 
204 
343 
322 
205 
696 
227 
284 
266 
224 
200 
223 
215 
273 
188 
167 
168 
256 
115 
247 
156 
164 
170 
366 
15.397 

500 

857 

1,710 

1,361 

534 

368 

35,483 



13 
5 
14 
69 
24 
85 
24 

189 
129 
152 
102 
66 



416 
145 

89 
174 
273 
400 
272 
256 

97 
158 
142 
232 
160 
381 
162 
298 
440 
302 
189 
616 
. 228 
279 
189 
282 
201 
220 
180 
162 
190 
135 
156 
252 
141 
163 
177 
119 
192 
419 
13,839 

449 

950 

1,854 

1,550 

574 
375 

33,358 



37 
19 
47 
17 
18 
8 
39 
28 



308 
154 
134 
527 
295 
272 
250 
178 
70 
132 
190 
265 
188 
265 
166 
156 
267 
222 
122 
303 
135 
108 
115 
183 
150 
123 
108 
75 
138 
258 
319 
70 
34 
43 
116 
111 
94 

5,620 



839 
901 



12,617 



94 

-45 

11 

-51 

-65 

10 

-23 

-13 

-43 

-2 

4 

-74 

-28 

-35 

3 

-94 

-97 

20 

16 

80 

-1 

5 

77 

-58 

-1 

3 

35 

111 

-2 

32 

12 

4 

-26 

84 

-21 

45 

-22 

-53 

1,558 

51 

-93 

-144 

-189 

-40 

-7 

12,124 



46 


32 


31 


5 


- 


38 


- 


7 


_ 


181 


_ 


90 


12 


124 



108 

-9 

-45 

-353 

-22 

128 

22 

78 

27 

26 

-48 

-33 

-28 

116 

-4 

•142 

173 

80 

67 

313 

,93 

171 

74 

99 

51 

97 

72 

87 

52 

-123 

-163 

176 

107 

120 

61 

8 

98 

5,219 



1,015 
649 



10,741 



-12 



16 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (-) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


MANITOBA— Continued 

Dau phin— Con tinued 
T. R. M.W. 
23 13 1 


60 

170 

170 

96 

32 

7 

55 

23 

367 

393 

21 

13 

12 

55 

35 

33 

6 

262 

816 

65 

137 

138 

195 

232 

64 

62 

74 

362 

301 

10 

102 

150 

160 

217 

130 

43 

18 

277 

508 

20 

77 

184 

162 

145 

68 

159 

295 

241 

157 

166 

200 

286 

197 

39 

15 

434 

717 

324 

322 

573 

543 

169 

146 


28 

317 

91 

6 

2 

212 
527 
• 16 
32 
53 
65 
55 
39 

275 
102 
8 
90 
73 
38 
96 
81 

10 

290 

259 

13 

51 

201 

100 

• 113 

17 

61 

197 

171 

32 

60 

106 

227 

32 

32 

35 

279 

414 

169 

237 

444 

381 

50 

174 

89 


72 
7 

170 

292 

33 

32 

193 

135 

15 

08 

12 

201 

125 

31 

7 
36 

19 

18 

79 

223 

147 

70 

38 

132 

234 

434 

30 

12 

240 

401 

225 

221 

217 

220 

63 

20 


27 

50 

302 

15 

10 

50 
289 

49 
105 

85 
130 
177 

25 

87 

199 

2 

12 

77 
122 
121 

49 

8 

-13 

249 

7 

26 

-17 

62 

32 

51 

98 

98 

70 

125 

106 

94 

59 

165 

7 

-20 

155 

303 

, 155 

85 

129 

162 

119 

-28 




24 13 1 


_ 


25 13 1 


_ 


26 13 1 


_ 


27 13 1 


_ 


28 13 1 


_ 


29 13 1 


_ 


30 13 1 


_ 


23 14 1 


245 


24 14 1 


84 


25 14 1 




26 14 1 


_ 


27 14 1 


_ 


28 14 1 


_- 


29 14 1 


_ 


30 14 1 


_ 


31 14 1 


_ 


23 15 1 


42 


24 15 1 


235 


25 15 1 


-17 


26 15 1 


V 


27 15 1 


_ 


28 15 1 


_ 


29 15 1 


_ 


30 15 1 


_ 


31 15 1 


_ 


32 15 1 . . 


_ 


23 16 1 


82 


24 16 1 


-33 


25 16 1 


-7 


26 16 1 


22 


27 16 1 


61 


28 16 1 




29 16 1 


_ 


30 16 1 


_ 


31 16 1 


_ 


32 16 1 


- 


23 17 1 


89 


24 17 1 


134 


25 17 1 


-18 


27 17 1 


44 


28 17 1 


165 


29 17 1 




30 17 1 


94 


23 18 1 


-1 


24 18 1. 


-18 


25 18 1 


-26 


26 18 1 


24 


27 18 1 


-38 


28 18 1 '. ■• ■ 


22 


29 18 1 


-26 


30 18 1 


-7 


31 18 1 


-402 


32 18 1 


2 


23 19 1 


23 


24 19 1 


39 


25 19 1 


13 


26 19 1 


-56 


27 19 1' '. 


16 


28 19 1 


227 


29 19 1 


161 


30 19 1 


-13 


31 19 1 


_ 


32 19 1 


69 



TABLE 5. Population by-Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



'MANITOBA— Continued 



Dauphin — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

22 

22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 
26 
27 
27 
27 
28 



23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

32 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

23 

24 

25 

26 , 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 
29. 

30 

32 

24 

25 

26 

39 

24 

25 

26 

28 

27 

28 

30 

27 

28 

29 

30 

27 

27 

28 

28 

29 

29 

30 

30 

31 

32 



28 

28 

28 

29 

29a 

29 

29a 

29 

29a 

29 

29a 

29 

29 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1., 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.., 

1.. 

1.., 

1.., 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



386 
485 
254 
547 
522 
409 
564 
178 
46 
217 
520 
417 
493 
293 
357 
613 
126 
149 
150 
105 
505 
423 
362 
508 
529 
446 
431 
450 
385 

256 

358 

223 

181 

108 

97 

71 

150 

252 

319 

234 

1 

148 

116 

37 

6 

265 

270 

281- 
448 
250 
277 
297 
103 
313 

92 
326 

48 
1 

24 

1 

199 



346 
307 
200 
404 
404 
271 
427 
204 

14 
153 
310 
232 
443 
322 
387 
380 

93 
222 

78 

64 
354 
400 
283 
352 
465 
270 
381 
300 
166 

10 

251 

302 

215 

274 

115 

66 

30 

60 

200 

227 

149 

96 
59 
13 

193 
148 
9 
239 
255 

84 

19 
126 

59 
171 

78 
132 

47 

7 
130 



1901 



247 
214 
194 
284 
253 
156 
211 
136 

31 
127 
193 
124 
296 
176 
316 
269 

14 



50 
307 
300 
208 
197 
226 
132 
123 
147 
196 

3 
242 
222 
202 

71 

41 



211 
291 
104 

22 
28 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



40 
178 

54 
143 
118 
138 
137 
-26 
.32 

64 
210 
185 

50 
-29 
-30 
233 

33 
-73 

72 

41 
151 

23 

79 
156 

64 
176 

50 
150 
219 

5 
56 

8 
^93' 
-7 
31 
41 
90 
52 
92 
85 

52 
57 
24 

72 
122 

42 
193 
166 
258 
171 

44 
142 

14 

194 

1 

17 

69 



1911 
over 
1901 



93 
6 
120 
151 
115 
216 

68 
-17 

26 
117 
108 
147- 
146 

71 
111 

79 



14 

47 

100 

75 

155 

239 

138 

258 

153 

-30 

I' 
■ 80 

13 
203 

74 



-11 

-64 

45 

74 
31 



139 

238 
250 



169 



3D666-3 



8 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



\ gf, 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Dauphin — Concluded 

Indian Reserves 

1 owns. 

Dauphin 

Grand view 

Villages. T. R. M.W 

Gilbert Plains 25 ' 22 1 

Winnipegosis 31 18 1 



Lisgar. 

T. 



2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


,2 


2 


2 


?. 


2 


1 


3 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


S 


1 


4 


2 


4 


3 


4 


4 


. 4' 


1 


5 


2 


.5 


3 


5 


4 


5 


1 


6 


2 


6 


3 





■4 


6 


1 


7 


2 


7 


3 


7 


4 


7 


1 


8 


2 


8 


3 


8 


4 


8 


1 


9 


2 


9 


3 


.9 


4 


9 


1 


10 


2 


10 


3 


10 


4 


10 


1 


11 


2 


11 


3 


11 


4 


11 


1 


12 


2 


12 


3 


12 


4 


12 


1 


13 


2 


13 


3 


13 


4 


13 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1" 


2 


2 


2 



R. M.W. 
1 



1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1 

1.... 

1... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1..-.. 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1..., 

1..., 

1..., 

1... 
• 1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 
■ 1... 

1... 

1... 
. 1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

.1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 
M.E. 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 



251 

3/885 
846 

737 
750 

39,921 

812 

1,232 

711 

824 

758 

731 

993 

- . 767 

778 

447 

1,227 

1,073 

■637 

369 

659 

482 

469 

332 

512 

407 

351 

301 

232 

295 

534 

320 

314 

308 

326 

321 

326 

184 

266 

334 

231 

252 

528 

190 

236 

255 

228 

.245 

231 

841 

257 

294 

216 

331 

245 

196 

794 
546 
365> 
393 



187 

2,815 
637 

542 
518 

35,978 

734 

1,072 

478 

701 

704 

570 

888 

683 

686 

467 

959 

907 

597 

387 

437 

400 

361 

341 

486 

272 

320 

217 

159 

232 

402 

230 

267 

278 

272 

305 

285 

144 

411 

323. 

220 

218 

336 

191 

233 

238 

275 

233 

213 

777 

288 

293 

256 

300 

220 

. 207 

756 
441 
180 
245 



215 
1,135 

125 

36,899 

878 

1,138 

438 

'849 

745 

694 

955 

807 

656 

415 

940 

1,118 

691 

408 

460 

469 

495 

375 

512 

278 

353 

322 

149. 

239 

355 

179 

183 

220 

323 

297 

247 

184 

353 

375 

183 

156 

337 

253 

165 

215 

287 

282 

158 

683 

292 

196 

177 

134 

• 150 
174 

772 
498 
202 
313 



64 

1,070 
209 

195 
132 

3,943 

78 

160 

233 

123 

54 

161 

105 

84 

92 

-20 

268 

167 

40 

-18 

222 

82 

108 

-9 

26 

135 

31 

84 

73 

63 

132 

90 

47 

30 

54 

16 

41 

40 

-145 

11 

11 

34 

192 

-1 

3 

16 

-47 

12 

18 

64 

-31 

1 

-40 

31 

25 

-11 

38 
105 
185 
148 



-28 
1,680 

417 

-931 

-144 

-66 

40 

-148 

-41 

-24 

-67 

-124 

30 

52 

19 

-211 

-94 

-21 

-23 

-69 

-134 

-34 

- 26 

-6 

-33 

-105 

10 

-7 • 
47 
51 
84 
58 
-51 



> Including West Emerson, with population of 149. 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cow. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



MANITOBA— Continued 

LIsgar— Concluded 

Parishes. 

LetoUier 

St. Pie '..'.'.'.'.['.'.'. 

Morden town 

Villages. T. R. M.W 

Gretna 1 l i 

Manitou 3 8 1 

Pilot Mound 3 11 1 

Plum Coulee 3 3 1 

Winkler 2 4 1 



Population in 



1921 



Macdonald . . 

T. R. 

5 . 3 

6 3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
S 
5 
5 
6 

6 

6 
7 
7 
7 



5 8 

6 8 

7 8 

8 8 

9 8 

5 9 

6 9 

7 9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
396b6— 3J 



M.W. 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 
■ 1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1.... 

1,... 

1.... 

1.... 
1.... 

1.... 
1... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 
1.... 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



234 

1,268 

581 
618 
483 
419 
812 

23,824 

306 
350 
148 
200 
■475 
916 
386 
270 
571 
245 
750 
339 
363 
280 
268 
368 
446 
271 
422 
99 
264 
346 
298 
688 
272 
542 
361 
291 
439 
184 
846 
585 
585 
350 
307 
601 
398 
291 
971 
294 
188 
307 
651 
290 
65 
631 
378 
568 
20 
60 
49 
240 



1911 



■ 284 

16 

1,130 

519 
639 
457 
380 
458 

20,802 

249 

363 

101 

129 

352 

805 

380 

226 

504 

173 

340 

324 

312 

166 

185 

660 

385 

198 

249 

42 

250 

304 

97 

626 

92 

487 

135 

292 

419 

105 

919 

224 

318 

378 

285 

495 

288 

264 

950 

280 

208 

383 

667 

296 

35 

644 

373 

533 

22 

16 

244 



1901 



236 

1,522 



617 
446 
394 
391 

17,324 

97 
321 

59 

80 
171 
737 
499 
167 
287 

69 
311 
286 
332 
104 

39 
571 
332 
159 

28 

4 
285 
205 

47 
295 

42 
330 
238 
248 
282 

50 
524 
340 
240 
381 
307 
354 
248 
267 
836 
153 
141 
271 
686 
293 
21 
411 
349 
609 
19 
29 

196 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-50 

138 

62 

-21 

26 

39 

354 

3,022 

57 

-3 

47 

71 

123 

111 



44 
67 
72 

410 
15 
51 

114 
83 

292 
61 
73 

173 
57 
14 
42 

201 
62 

180 
55 

226 

-1 

20 

79 

-73 

361 

267 

-28 

22 

106 

110 

27 

21 

14 

-20 

-76 

-16 

-6 

30 

-13 

5 

35 

-2 

44 



1911 
over 
1901 



-220 
-392 

-147 

22 

11 

-14 

67 

3,478 

152 
32 
42 
49 

181 

68 

-119 

■ 59 

217 

104 
29 
38 

-20 
62 

146 
89 
53 
39 

221 
38 

-35 
99 
50 

331 
50 

157 

-103 

44 

137 

•55 

395 

-116 

78 

-3 
-22 

141 
40 

-3 

114 

127 
67 

112 

-19 

3 

14 

233 

24 

-76 

3 

-13 

48 



10 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


MANITOBA— Continued 

Macdonald — Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 
6 13 1 


311 

263 
72 
45 

766 
67 
28 

296 
23 

194 

195 
1 

139 
1,591 

41,254 

377 
378 
442 
629 
219 
367 
173 
246 
334 
176 
376 
349 
458 

8 
198 
242 
412 
216 
172 
169 
23 

4 
214 
284 
263 
556 
395 
639 

1 
13 
200 
294 
247 
281 
293 
459 
486 
79 

3 
222 
427 
~ 258 
653. 
262 
382 
■ 464 


361 
253 
100 

36 
702 

41 

10 
312 

12 
162 
221 
1 
442 
116 
1,271 

32,384 

312 
3R6 
347 
457 
279 
183 

55 
230 
262 
214 
414 
244 
273 

10 
248 
229 
378 
201 
106 

97 

205 
253 
219 
444 
256 
385 

4 
227 
170 
177 
245 
164 
266 
376 
46 

299 
• 440 
168 
465 
160 
249 
341 


478 

292 
93 
41 

713 

49 

4 

330 

205 
223 

107 
1,439 

20,435 

287 
319 
364 
422 
177 
158 
21 
166 
158 
178 
200 
138 
115 

180 

192 

182 

151 

31 

15 

6 

_ 

147 
228 
192 
330 
92 

129 
81 
127 
150 
172 
142- 
109 
44 

412 
143 
132 
307 
140 
172 
37 


-50 
10 

-28 

9 

64 

26 

18 

-16 
11 
32 

-26 

23 
320 

8,870 

65 

12 

95 

172 

-60 

184 

118 

16 

72 

-.38 

-38 

105 

185 

-2 

-50 

13 

34 

15 

66 

72 

9 

31 

44 

112 

139 

254 

9 

-27 

124 

70 

36 

129 

193 

110 

33 

-77 
-13 
90 
188 
102 
133 
123 


-117 


7 13 1 


-39 


8 13 1 


7 


9 13 1 


-5 


7 14 1 


-11 


8 14 1 


-8 


9 14 1 


6 


7 15 1 


-18 


8 15 1 




7 16 1 


-43 


8 16 1 


-2 


9 16 1 


_ 




_ 




9 




-168 


nfarnuette 


11,949 


T. .R. M.W. 

13 17 1 


25 


14 17 1 


47 


15 17 1 


-17 


16 17 1 


35 


17 17 1 


102 


18 17 1 


25 


22 17 1 


34 


13 18 1. 


64 


14 18 1 


104 


15 18 1 


36 


16 18 1 


214 


17 18 1 


36 


18 18 1 


158 


19 18 1 




13 19 1 


68 


14 19 1 


37 


15 19 1 


196 


16 19 1 


50 


17 19 1 


75 


18 19 1 


82 


19 19 1 


_ 


20 19 1 


_ 


13 20 1 ' 


58 


■ 14 20 1 


25 


15 20 1 


27 


16 20 1 


114 


17 20 1 


164 


18 20 1 


_ 


19 20 1 '. 


_ 


20 20 1 


_ 


13 21 1 


98 


14 21 1 


89 


15 21 1 


50 


16 21 1 


95 


17 21 1 


-8 


18 21 1 


124 


19 21 1 


267 


20 21 1 


2 


22 21 1 


- 


13 22 1 


-113 


14 22 1 


297 




36 


16 22 1 


158 


17 22 1 


20 


18 22 1 


77 


19 22 1 


304 



11 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
I Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
19U 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Marq uette— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

20 22 1 

21 22 1 

13 23 1 

14 23 1 

15 23 1 

16 23 1 

17 23 1 

18 23 1 

19 23 1 

20 23 1 

13 24 1 

14 24 1 

15 24 1 

16 24 1 

17 24 1 

.18 24 1 

19 24 1 

20 24 1 

21 24 1 

22 24 1 . . . 

13 '25 1 

14 25 1 .. 

15 25 1 ...... . 

16 25 1. . 

17 25 1 

18 25 1 

19 25 1 

20 25 1 . 

21 25 1 

13 26 1 

14 26 1 

15 26 1 

16 26 1 

17 26 1 

18 26 1 

19 26 1 

20 26 1 

21 26 1 

23 26 1 

26 26 1 

13 27 1 

14 27 1 

15 27 1 

16 27 1 

17 27 1 

18 27 1 

19 27 1 

20 27 1 

21 27 1 

22 27 1.. 

23 27 1 

24 27 1 

25 27 1 

26 27 1 

13 28 1 

14 28 1 

15 28 1 :. 

16 28 1 

17 28 1 

18 28 1 

19 28 1 

20 28 1 

21 28 1 



355 
• 3 
279 
299 
290 
193 
192 
303 
525 
595 
320 
288 
416 
210 
273 
432 
311 
409 
458 
1 
418 
270 
350 
229 
318 
268 
119 
220 
449 
321 
278 
326 
207 
232 
166 
155 
445 
494 
25 
239 
425 
88 
117 
172 
151 
237 
210 
259 
234 
342 
380 
223 
184 
352 
91 
181 
147 
92 
383 
209 
208 
237 
155 



237 

225 
241 
243 
139 
226 
260 
447 
433 
316 
274 
239 
104 
236 
183 
250 



44 

212 
576 
171 
107 
553 
193 
261 
245 
262 
212 
163 
57 
118 
193 
242 



346 
330 


■ 176 
40 


424 


230 


275 


255 


226 


84 


101 


38 


218 


120 


229 


219 


330 


82 


170 


129 


410 


177 


425 


210 


244 


2U 


195 


126 


153 


80 


145 


113 


133 


84 


135 


108 


272 


137 


330 


81 


33 


1 


68 


_ 


261 


213 


104 


82 


140 


156 


145 


152 


190 


131 


421 


229 


173 


149 


210 


179 


201 


201 


234 


192 


227 


67 


13 


_ 


11 


46 


138 


_ 


89 


24 


IfiO 


87 


105 


23 


66 


100 


330 


226 


218 


120 


514 


352 


206 


86 


208 


684 



118 

54 
58 
47 
54 
-34 
43 
78 

162 
4 
14 

177 

106 
37 

249 
61 
63 

128 



-5 

124 

128 

100 

- 39 

-211 

50 

39 

-104 

-34 

131 

54 

87 

33 

20 

173 

164 

-8 

171 

164 

-16 

-23 

27 

-39 

-184 

37 

49 

33 

108 

53 

210 

173 

214 

2 

21 

42 

26 

53 

-9 

-306 

31 

-53 



193 

13 

-335 

172 

32 

-327 

67 

186 

188 

54 

62 

76 

47 

118 

-10 

8 

170 

290 

194 
20 

142 
63 
98 
10 

248 
41 
33 

106 
33 
69 
73 
32 
49 
27 

135 

249 
32 

48 

22 

-16 

-7 
59 

192 

24 

31 



42 

160 

-35 

65 

73 

82 

-34 

IO4 
98 

I62 

l7« 
— 47r 



12 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


MANITOBA— Continued 

IMarquettc — Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 
22 28 1 


199 
396 
239 
312 
406 
273 
244 
457 
66 
81 
199 
102 
200 
119 
343 
253 
137 
187 
237 
499 

560 

1,505 

571 

696 

339 
277 
609 
617 
357 
673 

28,356 

47 

18 

166 

427 

159 

43 

8 

226 

754 

325 

182 

106 

41 

52 

74 

79 

335 

151 

150 

250 
531 
340 
319 
231 
130 
58 
55 


177 
303 
95 
160 
485 
241 
204 
295 
54 
87 
147 
104 
190 
129 
271 
143 
125 
184 
157 
542 

437 

1,483 

580 

562 

565 

591 
23,923 

82 

186 
206 
122 

21 

166 

734 

315 

139 

83 

83 

36 

24 

88 

52 

109 

117 

10 

178 

500 

251 

328 

293 

89 

21 

46 


97 

101 

46 

17 

3 

156 

139 

149 

59 

94 

31 

61 

114 

90 

145 

15 

47 

40 

11 

418 

466 

1,052 

529 

19,140 

65 

31 

141 

131 

70 

3 

30 

7 

139 

778 

364 

142 

68 

60 

84 

6 

27 
19 

192 

530 

255 

206 

264 

39 

12 

14 


22 

93 

144 

152 

-79 

32 

40 
162 

12 
-6 

52 

-2 

•10 

-10 

72 
110 

12 
3 

SO 
-43 

123 
22 
-9 
134 

44 

82 
4,433 

-35 

-20 

221 

37 

22 

60 

20 

10 

43 

23 

-42 

16 

50 

-9 

283 

42 

33 

72 

31 

89 

-9 

-62 

41 

■ 37 

9 


• 80 


23 28 1 ■. .. 


202 


24 28 1 


49 


25 28 1 


143 


26 28 1 . 


482 


13 29 1 


85 


14 29 1 


65 


15 29 1 . 


146 


16 29 1 


-5 


17 29 1 


-7 


18 29 1 


116 


19 29 1 


43 


20 .29 1 


76 


21 29 1 


39 


22 29 1 


136 


23 29 1 


128 


24 29 1 


78 


25 29 1 


144 


26 29 1 


146 


Indian Reserves . 


124 


Towns— 
Birtle. 


-29 




■ 431 




51 


Russell 




Villages— T. R. M.W. 

Binscarth...... 19 28 1 

Foxwarren 18 27 1 

Hamiota 14 23 1 

Boblin ....26 28 1 

Rossburn 19 25 1 

Shoal Lake 17 23 1 


4,783 


T. R. M.W. 

16 8 1 


17 


17 8 1 


_ 


15 9 1 


- 45 


16 9 1 


75 


17 9 1 


52 


18 9 1 


_ 


19 9 1 


-9 


20 9 1 




10 10 1 


27 


11 10 ■ 1 


-44 


12 I'O 1 


-49 


13 10 1 


-3 


14 10 1 


15 


15 10 1 


23 




-48 


17 10 1 


18 






19 10 1 


_ 


20 10 1 


82 


21 10 1 


98 


22 10 1 pt 




10 11 1 


-14 


11 11 1 . 


-30 


12 11 1 


-4 


13 11 1 


122 


14 11 1 


29 


15 11 1 


5C 


16 11 1 


9 


17 11 1 


32 



13 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
. Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 

Neepawa-^Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

; 18 11 1 

19 11 I 

20 11 1 

21 11 1 

22 11 1 

10 12 1 

11 12 1 •. 

12 12 1 

13 12 1 

14 12 1 

15 12 1 

16 12 1" 

17 12 1 

18 12 1 

19 12 1 

20 12 1 

21 12 1 

22 12 1 

10 13 1 

11 13 1 

12 13 1 

13 .13 1 ■. . 

14 13 1 

15 13 1 , 

16 13 1 

17 13 1 

18 13 1 

19 13 1 

20 13 1 

21 13 1 

22 13 1 

10 14 1 

■ 11 14 1 

12 14 1 

13 14 1 

14 14 , 1 

15 14 1 

16 14 1 

17 14 1 

18 14 1 

19 14 1 

20 14 1 

21 14 1 

22 14 1 

10 15 1 

11 15 1 

12 15 1 

13 15 1 

14 15 1 

15 15 1 

16 15 1 

17 15 1 

18 15 1 

19 15 1 

' 20 15 1 

21 15 1 

22 15 1 

10 10 1 

11 16 1 , 

12 -16 1 

13 16 1 

14 16 1 

15 16 1 

16 16 1 



167 
258 
256 
196 
345 
241 
526 
299 
335 
300 
203 
553 
363 
385 
267- 
340 
180 

86 
216 

73 
223 
165 
325 
277 
174 
124 
429 
227 
459 

85 

41 
241 
304 
510 
141 
228 
525 
239 
244 
176 
255 
142 

97 
239 

73 
215 
315 
220 
246 
300 
436 
403 
412 
653 
320 
659 
265 

34 
130 
366 
231 
357 
572 
353 



73 

£6 

223 
255 
586 
244 
399 
342 
218 
499 
296 
382 
230 
254 



219 
108 
226 
78 
309 
361 
215 
154 
337 
145. 
270 
7 

270 
285 
454 
151 
216 
528 
200 
240 
161 
99 
22 
61 
42 
50 
261 
303 
264 
271 
371 
401 
304 
265 
401 
280 
231 
179 
11 
103 
376 
282 
364 
586 
385 



29 



113 
256 
380 
210 
152 
332 
155 
445 
284 
301 
119 
3 



195 
133 
148 

72 
208 
298 
172 

92 
120 

45 



365 
348 
315 
118 
281 
231 
414 
250 
127 

89 

5 

' 1 

28 

71 
315 
281 
254 
285 
841 
384 
191 
143 
152 

87 
185 
112 

•8 
158 
166 
302 
376 

80 
380 



94 

190 

122 

-14 

-CO 

55 



-42 
-li> 
54 
67 
3 
37 
86 



-3 

-35 

-3 

87 

16 

-84 

-41 

-30 

92 

82 

189 

78 

-29 

19 

56 

-10 

12 

-3 

39 

4 

15 

156 

120 

36 

197 

23 

-46 

12 

-44 

-25 

-71 

35 

99 

147 

252 

40 

428 

86 

23 

33 

-10 

-51 

-7 

-14 

-32 



44 



110 
' -1 

206 
34 

247 
10 
63 
54 
12 
81 

111 

251 



24 

.-25 

78 

6 

101 

63 

43 

62 

217 

100 



-85 

-63 

139 

33 

-65 

297 

-214 

-10 

34 

10 

17 

60 

14 

-21 

-54' 

22 

10 

-14 

-470, 

17 

113 

122 

249 

193 

46 

67 

3 

-55 

210 

-20 

-12 

506 

5c 



14 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


n 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 • 

over 

1901 


MANITOBA— Continued 

Neepawa— Concluded 
T. R. M.W. 
17 16 1- . 


544 
5 
159 
458 
395 

794 

832 
1,887 

19,806 

7 
29 
44 
17 

52 

60 

40 

178 

20 

94 

118 

119 

96 

27 

21 

10 

2 

193. 

34 

126 

11 

222 

355 

126 

4 

•227 

22 

59 

21 

40 

311 

167 

139 

157 

34 

14 

1 

247 

430 

212 

301 

249 

5 

31 

6 

93 

11 

154 

391 


493 

2 

71 

325 

316 

878 

782 

1,864 

11,737 

23 

9 

11 

29 

6 

22 

. 21 

53 

16 

89 

76 

6 

38 

99 
9 

62 

167 
138 
40 

58 
16 

14 

118 

23 

20 

8 

132 
432 
142 
143 
11 

7 

100 
18 
66 

224 


264 

46 
143 

243 

1,023 

731 

1,418 

2,359 

U 
70 

10 
9 

48 
26 

152 

127 

9 

9 

28 
144 


51 
3 

88 

133 

79 

-84 
50 
23 

8,069 

-6 

23 

38 

19 

125 

102 
30 
20 
21 

-28 

94 
25 
64 

55 

217 

86 

169 
6 

26 
193 
144 
119 
149 

115 

-2 

70 

158 

238 

24 

-7 

-7 

88 

167 


229 


20 16 1 . . . : 




21 16 1 


5 


22 16 1 


182 


Indian Reserves 


73 


Towns — 
Carberry. . 


— 145 




51 




440 


Nelson 


9,378 


T. R. M.W. 

33 15 1 


34 15 1 


* 


33 16 1 




34 16 1 ■ 




35 16 1 '. 




33 17 1 




33 18 1 




34 18 . 1 

33 19 1 


- 


34 IP 1 


10 


35 19 1 


-17 


36 19 1 




37 19 1 




33 20 1 . 




34 20 1 


79 


35 20 1 




36 20 1 




37 20 1 




33 21 1 ... 




34 21 1 




33 22 1 

34 22 1 


90 


35 22 1 . 




36 22 1 




33 23 1 




34 23 1 

35 23 1 


- 


43 23 1 

36 24 1 


- 


37 24 -1 

39 24 1 ' ... 


- 


40 24 1 




35 25 1 

36 25 1 


70 


37 25 1 


-3 


38 25 1 




39 25 1 


_ 


40 25 1 




42 25 1 

44 25 1 

35 26 1 


-20 


36 26 1 


305 


37 26 1 . 


133 


38 26 I 

39 26 1 . 




40 26 1 


_ 


41 26 1 

42 26 1 


- 


43 26 1 

44 26 1 

34 27 1 


91 
38 


35 27 1 


80 



15 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the 'Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 

Nelson— Concluded 

T. R. M.W. 

36 . 27 1 

37 27 1 

38 27 1 

44 27 1 

33 28 1 

34 28 1 

35 28 1 

36 28 1 

37 28 1 

38 . 28 1 

44 28 1 

33 29 1 

34 29 1 

35 29 1 

36 29 1 

37 29 1 

44 29 1 

Unorganized parts 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Swan River 

The Pas 

Portage la Prairie 

T. R. M.E. 

10 1 1 (part) 

11 1 1 

12 1 1 

10 2 1 (part) 

11 2 1 

12 ■ 2 1 

12 3 1 

T. R. M.W. 

10 . 1 1 (part) 

11 1 1... 

12 1 1 

10 2 1 

11 2 1 

12 ,2 1 

13 2 1 

10 3 1 

11 3 1 

12 3 1 > 

10 4 1 

U 4 1 

• 12 4 1 

13 4 1 

14 4 1 

15 4 1 

10 4 1 ■. .. 

17 4 1 

10 5 1 

11 5 1 

12 5 1 

13 5 1 

14 5 1 

15 5 1 

17 5 1 

10 6 1 

11 6 1 

12 6 1 

13 6 1 

14 6 1 



367 

263 

619 

29 

76 

318 

434 

240 

156 

32 

14 

166 

1,029 

278 

195 

13 

3 

2,552 

4,934 

903 
1,858 

23,254 



134 
352 

213 

237 

72 

70 

24 

161 

235 

5 

• 61 

13 

270 

1,025 

228 

267 

606 

197 

150 

52 

42 

12 

627 

229 

354 

249 

90 

120 

211 

126 

129 

242 

439 

327 



222 
150 
232 

23 

208 

255 

131 

91 

15 

25 

67 

599 

233 

66 



500 
5,900 

574' 



22,059 

809 
143 
300 
8 
300 
168 



75 
12 
177 
209 
29 
49 

97 
710 
150' 
161 
521 
214 
126 
42 
30 
35 
815 
176 
314 
252 
109 
104 
139 

71 

275 

427 

277 

5 



396 



16 

203 

116 

110 

11 

10 

32 
123 

74 
47 



4011 



14,969 



94 

213 

7 

207 

123 

6 

20 

4 

92 

79 



•638 

123 

165 

221 

446 

122 

23 

61 

500 

217 

204 

483 

71 

152 
204 



76 
580 
304 



145 
113 

387 

53 
110 
179 
109 

65 

17 
-11 

99 
430 

45 
129 



2,052 
-966 



329 
195 



52 



-87 
69 



-5 
12 

-16 
26 

-24 
12 

173 

315 

78 

106 

85 

-17 

24 

10 

12 

-23 

-188 

53 

40 

-3 

-19 

16 

72 

58 

-33 

12 

50 



-174 

61 

144 

7 

5 

139 

21 

80 

5 

35 
476 
159 

19 



7,090 



49 
87 
1 
93 
45 



55 



85 
130 



169 

27 

-4 

300 

-232 

4 

19 

-31 

-465 

598 

-28 

-169 

181 

-48 
-65 



199 
-153 

-27 
-1 



' Exclusive of Indian Reserves added by Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912. 



16 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Core. 



and 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


MANITOBA— Continued 

Portage la Prairie— Concluded . 
T. R. M.W. 
10 7 1 


79 

■ 114 
348 
297 

59 
201 
419 
341 
258 
118 
364 
293 
305 
297 

60 

560 

515 
215 

368 
309 

1,378 
775 

(') 

246 
6,766 

99,308 

493 

■ 519 
246 
341 
200. 
164 
601 
209 
543 
185 

■ 135 
445 

280 
244 
470 
231 
168 
436 
209 

67 
104 
360 
169 

92 
146 
340 
177 
328 
'555 
183 
158. 


8 

163 

380 

283 

32 

58 

439 

407 

258 

105 

357 

227 

355 

307 

94 

539 

332 
160 

246 

84 
1,050 

732 
2,000 

222 
5,892 

24,276 

272 
317 
198 
313 
141 
140 
449 

74 
339 

92 
100 
460 

352 
501 
163 
171 
338 
217 

49 

262 
216 
81 
298 
127 
328 
502 
152 
368 


36 
310 
250 

29 

418 
254 
211 
148 
211 
169 
297 
165 
132 

457 

76 

288 

432 

37 

109 

519 
710 
257 
112 
3,901 

14,129 

177 

260 

140 

99 

35 

145 

407 

16 

169 

83 

20 

257 

277 
117 
386 
133 
17 
246 
157 

51 
177 

27 
195 

56 
169 

61 
405. 
610 

85 

71 


71 
-49 
-32 

14 

27 

143 

-20 

-66 



13 

66 
-50 
-10 
-34 

21 

183 
55 

122 

328 
43 

24 
874 

5,032 

221 

202 

48 

28 

59 

24 

152 

135 

204 

93 

35 

-15 

-108 

■ -31 

, 68 

-3 

98 

-8 

55 

-93 

-124 

65 

42 

50 

. 
53 
31 




11 7 1 


127 


12 7 1 


70 


13 7 1 


33 


14 7 1 . . 


3 


10 8 1 




11 8 1 

12 8 1 


21 
153 


13 8 1 


47 


14 8 1 


-43 


10 9 1 


146 


11 9 1 


58 


12 9 1 


58 


13 9 1 


142 


14 9 1 


-38 


Parishes— 
Bale St. Paul 


82 


Belcourt . . 




Headinglv . 


44 


High Bluff 

Pigeon Lake 


-272 


Poplar Point 


_ 


Portage la Prairie . . . 


_ 




_ 


St. Charles 


531 




22 




1,743 




110 


Portage la Prairie city 


1,991 


Provencher 


10,147 


T. R. M.W. 
4 1 1 


95 


5 1 1 


57 


6 1 1 


58 


7 1 1 


214 


8 11 .... 


106 


'9 1 1 


-5 


4 2 1 


42 


5 ,2 1 


58 


6 2 1 


170 


7 2 1 


9 


8 2 1 


80 


9 2 1 


203 


T. R.- M.E. 
3 1 1 pt 




4 1 1 


235 


5 1 1 


115 


6 1 1 


30 


7 1 1 


1.54 


8 11 


92 


9 11 ' .... 


60 


2 2 1 




3 2 1 


. -2 


4 2 1 


_ 


5 2 1. 


235 


6 2 1 ■. 


21 


7 2 1 


25 


8 2 1 •.. 


129 


9 2 1 


66 


1 3 1 


-77 


2 ■ 3 1 


-108 


3 3 1 


67 


4 3 1 


-210 1 297 



(') Population in 1921 included in St. Charles and Headingly. 



17 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



19H 

over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Provencher— Continued 
T. R. M.E. 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



223 
254 

47 
399 
292 
240 
510 
514 
569 
787 
290 
293 
186 
600 
494 
756 
664 

50 
307 
557 
1,182 
388 
600 
139 

27 
446 
644 
591 
478 

61 
646 
364 
116 
222 

78 

25 

6 

234 

92 
149 
248 

40 

2 

185 

133 

163 

88 

74 
140 
119 

28 

51 
250 
279 
109 

25 
289 

32 

77 
2 



124 
221 

49 
378 
330 
204 
434 
787 

63 
734 
407 
242 

437 

259 

700 

613 

36 

41 

675 

927 

174 

507 

50 

14 

. 24 

632 

578 

473 

402 

23 

47 

296 

247 

14 

107 

65 

65 

25 

134 

90 

151 

271 



134 
50 

132 

192 
47 

167 
47 
46 
17 

199 

174' 

34 

1 

171 

13 

14 

1 



72 
172 
8 
275 
296 
240 
392 
583 
451 
456 
273 

74 

542 
427 
648 
455 

35 

173 

724 

4 

291 



372 



184 



14 
13 



58 
87 

127 



34 



99 

33 

-2 

21 

-38 

36 

76 

-273 

506 

53 

-117 

51 

163 

235 

56 

51 

14 

266 

-118 

255 

214 

93 

89 

3 

-186 

66 

118 

76 

14 

350 

117 

102 

115 

13 

-40 

-19 

100 

2 

-2 

-23 

31 

51 
83 
31 
-104 
27 

-27 
72 

-18 
34 
51 
105 
75 
24 
118 
19 

76 



52 

49 

41 

103 

34 

-36 

42 

204 

-388 

278 

134 

168 

-105 

-168 

52 

158 

6 
502 
203 
170 
216 



260 
570 



112 



51 
52 



213 
47 



40 
39 



194 



137 



18 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


MANITOBA— Continued 

Provencher— Concluded 
Parishes— 


754 
877 
300 
177 

746 
796 

55,395 

383 
439 
292 
221 
374 
515 
217 
103 
299 
250 
350 
248 

93 
5 

32 
5 

9*93 
. 379 
690 
1,065 
629 
737 
572 
500 
368 
834 
.549 
308 

23, 
5 
149 
102 
160 
221 
642 
672 
729 
594 
495 
476 
429 
330 

68 
289 
448 
212 
420 
641 
423 
179 
231 
256 
539 


280 

1,176 

473 

184 

1,043 
598 

32,653 

298 

307 

240 

184 

325 

273 

128 

36 

61 

54 

100 

21 

880 
330 
740 
550 
563 
564 
309 
304 
277 
383 
315 
45 

74 

72 
114 

89 
472 
696 
580 
701 
539 
425 

98 

72 
164 
326 
167 
275 
289 
293 
173 
262 
185 
274 


275 

840 
465 

16,443 

667 

265 

276 

53 

82 

427 
301 
505 
353 
352 
78 
11 

25 

47 
71 
115 
172 
266 
432 
351 
25 

251 

28 

198 

242 

97 

62 

246 

547 

79 

193 

188 

391 


474 
-299 
-173 

-7 

-297 
198 

23,742 

85 

132 

52 

37 

49 

242 

89 

67 

. 238 

196 

250 

227 

113 

49 

-50 

515 

66 

173 

263 

196 

' 451 
234 
263 

75 

30 

46 

132 

170 

-24 

149 

-107 

-44 

51 

331 

-4 

125 

122 

45 

145 

352 

130 

6 

-31 

71 

265 




St Jean Baptiste (part) . ... 


_ 


St Pierre (part). 


_ 


Indian Reserves . 


-91 


Towns — 


203 




133 


Selkirk 


16,210 


T. R. M.E. 

13 1 1 


-369 


14 1 1 


42 


15 1 1 


-36 


16 1 1 


131 


17 1 1 


243 


18 1 1 




19 1 1 


„ 


20 1 1 


_ 


21 1 1 


_ 


22 1 1 


_ 


23 1 1 


_ 


24 1 1 


_ 


25 1 1 


_ 


27 1 1 


_ 


28 1 1 


_ 


29 1 1 


_ 


30 1 1...'. 


_ 


13 . 2 1 


453 


14 2 1 


29 


15 2 1 


235 


16 2 1 


197 


17 2 1 . 


211 


18 2 1 


486 


19 2 1 . 


298 


20 2 1 




21 • 2 1 

22 2 1 V. 


358 






24 2 1 


_ 


29 2 1 '.. 


_ 


32 2 1 


_ 




27 


14 3 1 


1 


15 3 1 


-1 


16 3 1 


-83 


17 3 1 


206 


18 3 1 . 


264 


19 3 1 ." 


229 


20 3 1 


676 


21 3 1 


_ 


22 3 1 


174 


23 3 1 


70 


24 3 1 , 




13 4 1 


_ 


14 4 1 


-34 


15 4 1 


84 


16 4 1 


70 


17 4 1 


213 


18 4 1 . . . . 


43 


19 4 1 


-254 


20 4 1 


94 


21 4 1 


69 


22 4 1 

23 4 1 


-3 
-117 



19 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, • 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Selkirk — Continued 
T. R. M.E. 
24 



25 
27 
15 
10 
23 
24 
25 
31 
23 
24 
25 
27 
T. 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
27 
28 
29 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
36 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24- 
25 
26 
28 
18 
19 



4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
R. 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 



1 

1 

1 

1 (part)., 
1 (part). 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

M.W. 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1.. 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 •. . 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



101 
20 



,19 



140 



324 
248 
62 
118 
210 
470 
234 
194 
324 
407 
438 
285 
429 

146 

66 
294 
231 

61 
123 

35 
133 
120 
161 
112 
278 
280 
614 
288 
4 
1 

11 

211 

66 

105 

10 

77 

173 

176 

190 

171 

158 

103 

160 

152 

21 

7 

242 

194 



42 
21 
14 



1 
23 

1 
13 

9 
104 
87 



250 
213 

40 

87 
107 
293 
185 

84 
173 
145 
136 
123 

47 



164 

151 
38 
55 
41 
95 

100 
43 
12 

180 
13 

262 



205 

55 

138 

37 
209 
160 
112 

26 



55 
52 



238 
188 



94 

7 

22 

33 
35- 
10 



130 

94 

3 

68 
193 
21 
42 
24 



209 

127 

62 

46 

2 

52 



155 
15 
75 



49 
152 



160 
91 



59 
-1 



36 
-1 



74 

35 

22 

31 

103 

177 

49 

110 

151 

262 

302 

162 

382 



130 
80 
23 



38 
20 
118 
100 
98 
267 
352 
280 



11 
-33 

40 

-36 

16 

78 

145 



105 
100 



-52 
14 



-32 
-12 



-26 
-7 



182 
20 
19 
45 
83 



-45 
24 

-24 

9 

39 

43 



50 
40 
63 

31 

160 

8 



97 



20 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 





Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911. 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Selkirk- 

T. 

20 


MANITOBA-Continued 

-Continued 
R. M.W. 
4 1 


191 

312 

199 

27 

20 

68 

458 

325 

332 

428 

246 

149 

62 

4 

27 

210 

269 

337 

352 

317 

158 

118 

94 

5 

13 

4 

3 

■ 135 

296 

335 

416 

423 

438 

165 

58 

45 

10 

8 

20 

82 

137 

83 

153 

389 

309 

. 312 

162 

8 

182 

78 

138 

64 

32 

67 

117 

259 

195 

103 

131 

415 

61 

4 


220 
85 

65 
153 
263 
.243 
120 

28 

2 
29 
168 
230 
246 
111 
163 
25 

2 
78 
74 

100 
88 

116 
62 

4 

23 

50 
36 
72 
102 
49 

31, 
93 
56 
51 
16 
21 
- 

T 

138 
24 
71 


7 

36 
214 
171 

47 

158 

6 

7 
24 

12 

13 

12 

42 
8 

32 
35 
11 

102 


• 

-29 
227 

3 

305 

62 

89 

308 

218 

-2 

42 

39 

91 

241 

154 

133 

1 

57 
222 
235 
328 
307 
376 

41 

-3 

87 

47 

81 

287 

260 

151 
-15 
82 
13 
10 
46 

194 

-35 

107 

344 


213 


21 


4 1 




22 


4 1 


_ 


23 


4 1 


_ 


24 


4 1 


, _ 


18 


5 1 


29 


19 


5 1.. , 


-61 


20 


5 1. . 


92 


21 


5 1 




22 


5 1. 




23 


5 1. 




24 


5 1 


_ 


25 


5 1 


_ 


26 


5 1 




34 


5 1 


_ 


19 


6 1 


-18 


20 


6 1 


10 


21 


6 1 


224 


22 


6 1 




23 


6 1 




24 


6 1 


_ 


25 


6 1 


_ 


26 


■6 1.... ' 


_ 


27 


6 1. . 




28 


6 1 


_ 


33 


C 1 


_ 


35 


6 1 


_ 


20 


7 1 


-5 


21 


7 1 


54 


22 


7 1 




23 


7 1 




. 24 


7 1.... 




25 


7 1 


_ 


26 


7 1 


_ 


27 


7 1 




28 


7 1 


_ 


32 


7 1 




33 


7 1 . . . ; 




35 


7 1 




21 


8 1 


11 


22 


8 1 




23 


8 1 




24 


8 1 


_ 


25 


8 1 


_ 


J 26 


8 1 


_ 


27 


8 1 


_ 


28 


8 1 . ■ . . 


_ 


29 


8 1.... 


_ 


30 


8 1 


_ 


31 


8 1 




32 


8 1 


19 


22 


9 1 


51 


23 


9 1 


48 


24 


9 1 




25 


9 1 


— 16 


26 


9 1 


-14 


27 


9 1 




28 


9 1 


_ 


29 


'9 1 




30 


9 1 


36 


31 


9 1 '. . ... 




32 


9 1 


_ 


33 


9 1 




34 


9 1 


_ 



.21 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Selkirk— Concluded— 
T. R. M.W. 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 



1 (part) 

1 (part)- 

1 (part) 

1 (part) 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 : 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

Unorganized parts 

Parishes — 

Kildonan (part) 

St. Andrews <^part) 

St. Clements (part) 

St. Pauls (part) 

St. Peters (part) 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Selkirk..: 

Stonewall 

Winnipeg Beach 

T. R.M.E. 
Gimli village 19 4 1 



Sourls.. 

T. 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 



R. 

14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
10 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 



7 
59 
74 
33 

27 
139 
45 
86 
69 
69 

17 

5 

10 

167 

4,641 

1,353 

243 

438 

354 

1,834 

3,720 

1,112 

214 

617 

26, 410 

236 
475 
218 
264 
591 
187 
214 
154 
205 
203 
421 
211 
156 
360 
167 
186 
579 
195 
198 
264 
299 
199 
549 
155 
307 
231 
419 
243 
286 
126 
39 
240 



54 


25 


62 


112 


94 


61 


13 


19 


1 


- 


2 


- 



83 

1,767 
899 
143 
320 
207 

2,295 

2,977 

1,005 

'245 

496 

27,133 

235 
431 
225 
220 
571 
239 
235 
167 
199 
245 
579 
148 
149 
385 
172 
171 
170 
254 
186 
256 
272 
258 
673 
174 
269 
280 
492 
260 
329 
115 
40 
291 



132 



433 
190 

228 



2,188 
589 



22,634 

173 
396 
170 
197 
572 
328 
188 
158 
187 
197 
454 
200 
162 
409 
229 
254 
160 
285 
179 
204 
289 
286 
438 
173 
140 
281 
384 
159 
369 
170 
59 
354 



84 

2,874 

454 

100 

18 

147 

-461 

749 

107 

-31 

121 

-723 

1 

44 

-7 

44 

20 

-52 

-21 

-13 

6 

-42 

-158 

63 

7 

-25 

-5 

15 

409 

-59 

12 

8 

27 

-59 

-124 

-19 

38 

-49 

-73 

-17 

-43 

11 

-1 

' -51 



29 

-50 

33 



-49 

1,099 
466 

-47 
92 

797 

789 
416 



4,499 

62 

35 

55 

23 

-1 

-89 

47 

9 

12 

48 

125 

-52 

-13 

-24 

-57 

-83 

10 

-31 

7 

52 

-17 

-28 

35 

1 

29 

-1 

108 

101 

-40 

-55 

-19 

-63 



22 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act , 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 





Electoral Districts 


Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Souris- 

T. 
3 
4 


MANITOBA— Continued , 

-Continued 
R. M.W. 
19 1 


302 
229 
354 
185 
265 
203 
248 
286 
194 

193 
128 
223 
279 
564 
154 
255 
153 
299 
206 
223 
167 
222 
253 
236 
236 
208 
181 
302 
295 
187 
377 
201 
214 
505 
162 
242 
131 
164 
142 
207 
170 
185 
208 
160 
241 
136 
250 
257 
166 
211 
288 
175 
286 
114 
171 
155 
57 
139 
287 
168 
310 
162 


263 
269 
433 
209 
180 
266 
252 
303 
205 

170 
188 
190 
315 
573 

57 
182 
150 
274 
231 
225 
128 
273 
257 
210 
247 
219 
219 
349 
363 
216 
335 
146 
230 
501- 
167 
225 
145 
131 
140 
226 
170 
250 
203 
178 
328 
156 
319 
265 
145 
243 
308 
232 
185 
134 
156 
166 

80 
146 
296 
131 
210 
105 


293 
221 
334 
205 
229 
314 
174 
248 
180 
4 
220 
162 
143 
244 
402 
130 
227 
134 
142 
253 
255 
122 
267 

32 
156 
250 
251 
195 
203 
245 
226 
342 
144 
128 
ISO 
109 
468 

S3 
112 

92 

99 
140 
244 
129 
121 

21 
200 
204 

73 
121 
179 

83 
307 

91 
108 

64 

57 

59 
238 

37 
172 
171 


39 
-40 
-79 
-24 

85 

-03 

-4 

-17 

-11 

23 

-60 

33 

-36 

-9 

97 

73 

3 

25 

-25 

_2 

39 

-51 

-4 

26 

-11 

-11 

-38 

-47 

-68 

-29 

42 

55 

-16 

4 

-5 

17 

-14 

33 

2 

-19 



-65 

5 

-18 

-87 

-20 

-69 

-8 

21 

-32 

-20 

-57 

101 

-20 

15 

-11 

-23 

-7 

-9 

37 

100 

57 


-30 


]9 1 ; 


48 


5 


19 1 '. •. 


99 


6 
2 


19 1 


4 


20 ■ 1 


-49 


3 
4 
5 
6 


20 . 1 


-48 


20 1 


78 


20 1 


45 


20 1 


25 


21 1 


- 


2 


21 1 


-50 


3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 


21 1 


26 


21 1 


47 


21 1 '. 


71 


21 1 


171 


22 1 


-73 


22 1 


-5 


22 1 


16 


22 1 


132 


5 
6 
1 


22 1 


-22 


22 1 


-30 


23 1 


6 


o 


23 1 : 


6 


3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 


23 1 


25 


23 1 


54 


23 1 


-3 




-32 


24 1 


24 




146 


3 

4 


24 1 


118 


94 1 


-10 


5 
6 
\ 


24 1 


-7 


24 1 


2 


25 1 


102 


2 




321 


3 

4 


25 1 


58 


25 1 


-243 


5 
6 
1 


25 1 ■. 


62 




19 


26 1 


48 


2* 


26 1 


127 


3 
4 


26 1 


30 


26 1 


6 


5 


26 1 


74 


6 




57 


\ 


27 1 


- 


2 


27 1 


135 


3 

4. 
5 


27 1 


119 


27 1 


61 


27 1 


72 


6 
1 


27 1 


122 


28 1 


129 


2 


28 1 


149 


3 


28 1 


-122 


4 


28 1 


43 


5 


28 1 


48 


g 


28 1 


102 


1 


29 1 


23 


2 


29 1 


87 


3 


29 1 


58 


4 


29 1 • 


94 


5 


29 1 


38 


e 


29 1 


-66 









23 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901^ — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Sourls— Concluded 
Towns — 



] 


Jelorair 
lartncy 
<illarne 
tfclita.. 

pinka v 

Held . . . 


e. . . 




] 






] 






] 






Ni 
Spring 


illage 


T. R. M.W 
... 4 25 1 


T. 

7 


R. 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
, 6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


M.E. 




8 






7 






8 






9 






10 






11 






12 






39 






7 






8 






9 






10 






11 






12 






13 






15 






16 


1 (part) . 




33 






7 






8 






9 






10 






11 






12 






13 






14 






15 






16 






18 






32 






7 






8 






9 






10 






11 






12 






13 






14 






15 






16 






17 






18 






19 






20 






29 






7 






8 






9 






10 






11 






12 






13 






14 







825 
685 
576 
871 
676 

299 

58,870 

112 

40 

540 

458 

275 

247 

385 

286 

38 

459 

323 

715 

342 

473 

1,368 

313 

12 



656 
253 
209 
207 
371 
,042 
673 
414 
796 
128 

7 
442 

35 
289 
240 
168 
394 
521 
645 
400 
191 
243 
182 
108 

69 

47 
192 
264 
210 
138 

78 
445 
667 
655 



918 
808 
623 
1,010 
690 

326 

37,347 



349 
427 
299 
206 
267 
1,059 
181 

40 
474 
132 

84 
291 
437 
993 
108 

37 

2 

644 

169 

181 

151 

261 

892 

1,049 

145 

550 

59 

12 

343 

. 246 
142 

54 
150 
435 
673 
349 
147 
129 

32 

14 

18 
106 

93 

96 

42 

281 

600 



898 
920 
505 
585 
485 



30,290 

231 

64 

, 399 

211 

183 

162 

350 

69 

60 

458 

17 

770 

319 

430 

357 

315 

46 

29 
680 
463 
131 
166 
211 
328 
416 

56 
185 

55 



393 

567 

92 

100 

24 

74 

126 

381 

181 

24 

56 

38 

9 

7 

40 

167 



-93 
-123 

-47 
-139 

-14 

-27 
21,623 



-309 

113 

159 

69 

-20 

-674 

105 

-2 

-15 

191 

631 

51 

36 

375 

205 



12 
84 
28 
56 

no 

150 

-376 

269 

246 

69 



43 

. 98 

114 

244 

86 
-28 

51 

44 
114 
150 

55 
29 



_ 


117 


31 


42 


1 


36 


194 


184 


267 


67 


336 


47 



20 

-112 

118 

425 

205 



16,951 



285 

28 

88 

23 

105 

709 

.112 

-20 

16 

115 

- 686 

-128 

7 

636 

-207 

-9 

-27 

-36 

-294 

50 

-15 

50 

564 

633 

89 

75 

4 



-50 

154 

42 

30 

76 

309 

292 

168 

123 

73 

-6 

5 
11 
66 



65 

41 

67 

333 

272 



24 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase ( + ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



MANITOBA— Continued 



Springfleld — Continued 
T. R. M.E. 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
24 
25 
28 
27 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
19 
20 
21 
24 
25 
12 
14 
15 
16 
18 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 , 
17 
18 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

8 

9 
11 
14 
16 
17 

7 

8 
10 
11 
13 

15 
17 
22 
23 



9 
9 
9 
9 
. 9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



1. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1.. 

1., 

1., 

1.. 

1.. 

1., 

1., 

1., 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 



107 

447 

158 

8 

21 

.8 

20 

166 

8 

14 

39 

19 

45 

12 

212 

131 

194 

226 

28 



52 

56 

363 

77 

189 

71 

217 

243 

324 

354 

72 

659 

78 

16 

48 

368 

465 

504 

327 

45 

17 

80 

94 

83 

325 

18 



23 
44 

158 
80 

102 
11 
17 

213 
19 



97 

328 

93 



5 

2 

12 
54 

26 

97 

22 

122 

69 

72 

15 

9 

62 

26 

187 

184 
4 
240 
161 
340 
220 

92 
542 

78 

12 
183 
431 
311 
157 



95 



22 
73 



10 

5 



53 
17 



350 



65 



21 
189 
265 



28 
203 



17 



10 

121 

65 



164 



_ 


2 


- 


-15 


_ 


19 


13 


- 


18 


115 




109 


„ 


72 


- 


157 



46 



26 

176 

5 

67 

-23 

82 

-16 

134 

-20 

117 



38 
185 

34 
193 
170 



-15 

61 

252 

-4 

49 
-6 

-137 
, 1 



25 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



MANITOBA— Concluded 

Springfield — Concluded 

T. R. M.E. 

35 14 1 

8 15. 1 

10 15 1 

14 15 1 

15 15 1 

22 15 1 

23 15 1 

10 10 1 

12 1« 1 

8 17 1 

9 17 1 

10 17 1 

18 17 1 ,. ... 

Parishes — 

Grande Pointe 

Kildonan (part) 

lorette 

St. Agathe (part) 

St. Andrews (part) 

Ste. Anne 

St. Boniface (part) 

St. Clements (part) 

St. Norbert (part) . . . ; 

St. Paul (part) 

St. Peters (part) 

St. Vital (part) 

Thibeauville .' 

Indian Reserves 

St. Boniface city 

Towns — 

Beausejour 

Transcona 

T. R. M.E 
Ly all village 13 6 1 

Winnipeg Centre 

Winnipeg city (part) 

Municipality of St. James (part) 

Municipality of Rosser (part).. 

Winnipeg North 

Winnipeg city (part) 

St. John parish 

Winnipeg Soutli 

Fort Garry Municipality (part) 

St. Vital Municipality (part) 

Winnipeg city (part) 

Tuxedo town 



29 

19 

- 7 

2 

11 

19 

34 

1 

CB 

62 
1 

164 

6,379 

37 

530 
1,485 

977 

546 
1,968 
667 
307 
344 

1,529 
12,821 

994 
4,185 

214 

76,470 

62,516 

11,745 

2,209 

6%,957 

62,618 
339 

59,628 

1,263. 
3,350 
53,953 
1,062 



12 



22 



1,488 

■616 

554 

1,308 
849 
402 
584 

1,448 
486 
134 

281 
1,697 
7,483 

847 



56,368 
2,535 



45,682 

45,682 



35,525 

1 1,540 

33,985 



18 



563 



1,459 
631 



556 

1,480 

285 



2,066 
2,019 



42,925 



12 



52 



4,891 

-579 

-24 

177 
28 

-38 
520 
181 
173 



-168 
5,338 



147 



17,567 

6,148 
9,210 



17,275 

16,9.36 



24,103 

3,073 

19,968 



18 



925 

-905 
677 



28 
-32 
201 



-369 
5,464 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN VI. 



Pbblished by Authobity op the Honourable James A. Eobb, Minister of Trade and Commerce. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, CniEif 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921. . 
General Summary by Electoral Districts, Urban and Rural Sub-divisions. 

In 1849 Vancouver Island was formally erected a British Colony .with 
Victoria as the capital. The first representative assembly was convened in 
1856. The mainland, which now constitutes the greater portion of the province 
and which was known at an early date as New Caledonia, was in 1858 by an 
Imperial edict established under the name of British Columbia with New West- 
minster as its capital. The two colonies were united under the name of British 
Columbia in 1866 and the legislature for the united provinces met for the first 
time on Decenaber 17th, 1867. On July 1st, 1871, it became a province of the 
Dominion. 

The province has an area of 226,186,370 acres land and 1,560,830 acres 
water, making a total area of 227,747,200 acres or 355,855 square miles, which 
is nearly three times the area of the United Kingdom and If times greater 
than either France or Germany. The province has a land area greater than 
the total area of Belgium, Denmark, Holland, Norway and Sweden combined. 





Population 


Increase over preceding 
Census 


Per cent 
increase in 
population 

of the 

Dominion 

in each 

decade 


Census Year 


.Number 


Per cent 


1921 


524, 582 

392,480 

178,657 

98, 173 

49,459 

36,247 


132,102 
213,823 
80,484 
48,714 
13,212 


33-66 
119-68 
81-98 
98-49 
36-45 


21-7 
34-1 
11-1 
11-8 
17-2 


1911 


1901 °. 


1891 ; 


1881 


1871 









In 1901 the population was 178,657 of which 88,478 or 49-50 per cent was 
classified as rural. In 1911 the rural population was 188,796 or 48-10 per cent 
of the total population of 392,480; while the returns of the last Census show 
that 277,020 or 52-81 per cent out of a total population of 524,582 -was rural 
and 247,562 or 47 • 19 per cent was urban. 

There being no incorporated towns or villages in British Columbia, the 
classification of the population as urban and rural is not comparable with the 
other provinces where town and village municipalities exist. For example, 
the electoral district of Vancouver South comprising the municipalities of 
Vancouver South and Point Grey with populations of 32,267 and 13,736 
respectively, is altogether urban in character. 
39682—1 



TABLE 1. Urban and Rural Population, 1921, 1911, 1901 





1921 


1911 


1901 


Per cent of 
Total Population 


Class of Place 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation . 


Number 

of 
places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Total Population 

Urban Places 


32 

32 


521,582 

247,562 

247,562 

277,020 


25 

25 


392,480 

203,684 

203,684 

188,796 


/ 

4 

4 


178,657 

90,179 

90, 179 

, 88,478 


100-00 

47-19 

4,7-19 

52-81 


100-00 

51-90 

51-90 

48-10 


100 00 
50 50 




50-50 


R/iiTal Darts 


49-50 







TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911, 1901 



- 


Land 
Area in 
square 

miles 


Population, 1921 


1911 


1901 


Increase (-f) or 
Decrease ( — ) 


Electoral Districts 


Total 


Per 
sq. mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 


355,855 00 

620-79 

165,364-50 

18,227-46 

426-95 

13, 367- 11 

13,362-11 

2,717-00 

6,102-41 

125,024-14 

5-73 

32-24 

7-50 

10,597-06 


521,582 

69,922 
39,834 
32,009 
28,811 
19,137 
30,502 
48,010 
45,982 
28,934 
60,879 
46,137 
38,727 
35,698 


1 17 

112-63 

0-24 

1-75 

67-48 

1-43 

2-28 

17-67 

7-54 

0-23 

10,624-60 

1,431-04 

5,163-60 

3-36 


392,480 

48,493 
26,541 
19,739 
22,645 
22,466 
28,373 
31,878 
29,384 
22,685 
60,104 
20,446 
31, -660 
28,066 


178,657 

1,267 

29,155(1) 

8,444 

8,219 

8,446 

23,516 

22,293 

14,855 

13,013 

27,010 

1,520 

20,919 


132.102 

21,429 
13,293. 
12,270 

6,166 
-3,329 

2,129 
16,132 
16,598 

6,249 

775 

25,691 

7,067 

7,632 


213,823 

47,226 




- 




11,295 




14,426 


Kootenay East 


14,020 
4,857 




9,585 




14,529 




9,672 




33,094 




18,926 


Victoria 


10,741 


Yale '• 


- 







(1) Includes Yale District. (^) Included in Cariboo District. 

TABLE 3; Area and Population of Cities, 1921, 1911, and 1901, as classed in 1921 



Cities 



Cities 

Albemi 

Armstrong 

Chilliwack 

Courtenay 

Cranbrook 

Cumberland 

Duncan 

Enderby 

Femie 

Grand Forks 

Greenwood 

Kamloops 

Kaslo , 

Kelowna 

Ladysmith 

Merritt 

Nanaimo and suburbs. 



Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 



2-40 
1-78 
1-62 
1-25 
0-35 
0-06 
0-78 
1-02 
0-51 
2-62 
1-00 



Population 



1921 



247,562 

998 

983 
1,767 

810 
2,725 
3,176 
1,178 

783 
4,343 
1,469 

371 
4,501 

950 
2,520 
1,967 
1,721 
9,088 



Per . 
sq. mile 



1911 



203,684 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 



90,179 



415-83 


- 


552-25 


- 


1,090-74 


1,657 


648-00. 


- 


7,785-71 


3,090 


52,9.33-33 


1,237 


1,510-64 


- 


767-64 


835 


8,515-68 


3,146 


560-69 


1,577 


371-00 


778 


3,169-72 


3,772 


1,021-51 


722 


1,260-00 


1,663 


5, 785- 29- 


3,295 


682-94 


703 


7,767-52 


8,306 



1921 over 1911 over 
1911 1901 



6,130 



110 

-365 
1,939 

-62 

1,197 

-108 

-407 

729 

228 

857 

-1,328 

1,018 

782 



2,176 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed in 1921— Con. 





Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


Increase. + or 
Decrisase — 




1921 


Per 
sq. mile 


1921 over 
1911 


1911 over 
1901 


Cities— Concluded. 


; 1-17 
5-43 

■ 4-81 
3-12 
9-68 
4-65 
1-71 
3-50 
0-92 
3-00 
0-78 

- 1-03 
16-89 

■ 3-43 
7-25 


5,230 

-14,495 

7,652 

1,056 

2,148 

1,030 

2,053 

6,393 

2,782 

2,097 

627 

3,020 

117,217 

3,685- 

38,727 


4,470-17 

2,676-87 

1,590-85 

338-46 

221-90 

221-50 

1,200-58 

1,826-57 

3,023-91 

699-00 

803-85 

2,932-03 

6,703-19 

1,074-37 

5,341-66 


4,476 

13,199 

7,781 

4,184 
3,017 
2,826 

1,460 
95,235 

2,671 
31,660 


6,499 
365 

27,010 
20,919 


754 
1,296". 
-129 

2,209 
-235 
-729 

1,560 

21,982 

. 1,014 

7,067 






6,700 
7,416 


North Vancouver 


Port Alberni 






Port Moody '. 








Prince Rupert 

Revelstoke 


- 










Trail 




Vancouver 


68,225 


Vernon .- . . . . 


Victoria. . *. 


10;741 





TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 



Electoral Districts 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Burrard 

North Vancouver district. 

West Vancouver district. . . 

Indian Reserves 

North Vancouver city 

Vancouver city (part) 

Cariboo.. ■ 

Cariboo 

Fort George 

Kamloops 

Lillooet 

■ Yale (part) 

Indian Reserves 

Kamloops city 

Merritt city 

Prince George city 

Salmon Arm city 

Comox-AlbernI 

Alberni 

Comox 

Richmond (part) 

Indian Reserves 

Alberni city 

Cumberland city 

Courtenay city 

Port Alberni city 

Fraser Valley 

Chilliwack 

Dewdney 

Yale (part) 

Indian Reserves 

Chilliwack city. 

Port Coquitlam city 

Port Moody city 



Population 



1921 



521,582 

69,922 

2,950 

2,434 

548 

7,652 

56,338 

39,834 
3,269 
7,050 
9,371 
2,400 
3,123 
5,719 
4,501 
1,721 
2,053 
627 

32,009 
4,996 

14,018 
3,610 
3,345 
998 
3,176 
810 
1,056 

28,811 
9,271 

10,662 
2,186 
1,747 
1,767 

2, 148(2) 
1,030 



1911 



392,480 

48,493 

2,784 

2,357 
440 

7,781 
35,131 
26,541 

3,875 

7,078 
1,667 
4,311 
5,135 
3,772 
.703 



19,739 

4,082 
9,125 
2,036 
3; 259 

1,237 



22,645 

6,760 
10,632 
2,361 
1,235 
1,657 



1901 



178,657 
1,267 

902 

365 

29,155(1) 



8,444 

4,181 

3,493 

770 



8,219 

3,680 

3,767 

772 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



132,102 

21,429 

166 

77 

108 

-129 

21,207 

13,293 

-606 

2,293 

733 

-1,188 

584 

■729 

1,018 



12,270 

914 
4,893 
1,574 



1,939 



6,166 

2,511 
30 

-175 
512 
110 



1911 
over 
1901 



213,823 
47,226 

1,455 
7, '416 



11,295 

-99- 
5,632 
1,266 



14,426 

3,080 
6,865 
1,589 



(1) Includes' Yale District. , («) Includes Coquitlam West (896) and Coquitlam North (74). 



TABLE 4. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1901, 1911 and 1921t— Cora. 





Population 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


BRITISH COLUMBIA— Continued 
Kootenay East 


19,137 

. '3,067 

4,053 

4,533 

• 416 

2,725 

4,343 

30,502 

'3,264 

1,592 

3, 804 

7,656 

■ 107 

950 

5,230 

. 2,782 

2,097 

3,020 

48,010 

'4,973 

6,484 

4,178 

14,693 

3,804 

1,645(2) 

, 1,178 

8,877 

211 

1,967 

45,982 

13,633 

17,708 

146 

14,495 

28,934 

3,596 

■ 12,588 

6,357 

6,393 

46,137 

32,267 

13,736 

134 

60,879 

38,727 

35,698 

2,268 

1,689 

13,621 

7,457 

852 

. 983 

783 

1,469 

371 

2,520 

3,685. 


22,466 

■3,053 

4; 182 

8,588 
■ 407 
3,090 
3,146 
28;373 

i;227 

2,655 

8!755 

179 

722 

4,476 

3,017 

2,826 

1,460 

31,878 

3,864 

5,919 

2,094 

6,026 

2,318 

56 

8,168 
138 

3,295 
29,384 

8,502 

7,177 

506 

13,199 

22,685 

1,386 
10, 179 

6,936 

4,184 
20,446 
16,126 

4,320 

60,104 
31,660 
38,066 

2,914 

2,219 

10,793 

3,721 

895 

835 
1,577 

778 
1,663 
2,671 


8,446 
23,516 

22,293 

6,130 

14,855 

5,074 
3,282 

6,499 
13,013 

2,042 
10,971 

1,520 

1,520 

27,010 
20,919 

(0 


i4 

-129 

-4,055 

9 

-365 

1,197 

2,129 

2,037 

-1,063 

748 

-1,099 

-72 

228 

754 

-235 

-729 

1,560 

16,132 

1,109 

565 

2,084 

.8,667 

1,486 

1,589 

709 

73 

-1,328 

16,598 

■ 5,131 

10,531 

-360 

1,296 

6,249 

2,210 

2,409 

-579 

2,209 

25,691 

16,141 

9,416 

775 
7,067 
7,632 

-646 
-.530 
2,828 
3,736 
-43 

-52 

-108 

-407 

857 

1,014 


14,020 








_ 


Fernie 


_ 


Indian Reserves. ... . ... 


_ 


Cranbrook city. . . 


_ 




_ 


Kootenay West 


4,857 


Kaslo 






_ 




_ 


Ymir 


_ 


Indian Reserves . ... 


_ 


Kaslo city .... 


_ 


Nelson city 


_ 


Revelstoke city . . . . . .' 


_ 


Rossland city . 


_ 


Trail city ...:... 


_ 




9,585 


Cowichan 


_ 




_ 




_ 


Saanich 


_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




2,038 


Nanaimo suburbs "^ 


_ 




_ 




14,629 


Delta 


3,428 


Riohmond (Dartl 


3,895 


Indian Reserves '. 


_ 




6,700 




9,672 




, -656 




-792 


Indian Reserves 


- 


Prince RuDcrt citv . 


- 


Vancouver South 


18,926 


Vancouver South 


14,606 




- 




- 


Vancouver Centre (Vancouver city part) 


33,094 




10,741 


Yale 


- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




■ 




- 




' 







(1) Included in Cariboo in 1901 . o _ 

(2) The Indians reported in this census in the electpral district of Nanaimo were nearly all reported 
in Comox Alberni.in 1911. 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN VII. 



Published by Authokitt of the Honobrable James A. Robb, Minister op Trade and Commerce. 
E. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bcreaxj of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief . 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF SASKATCHEWAN, 1921. 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Urban and Rural 

Sub-divisions. 

This bulletin presents a preliminary statement of the population of the 
province of Saskatchewan by electoral districts, geographical townships, cities, 
towns, and incorporated villages, as shown by the Sixth Census of Canada 
taken as of date June 1st, 1921. 

Saskatchewan was erected a province of the Dominion in 1905 and com- 
prises the whole of the old territorial districts of Assiniboia East and Saskat- 
chewan and parts of the districts of Assiniboia West and Athabasca. From 
north to south it is about 750 miles in length and 390 miles wide along its 
southern boundary. It has a land area of 243,382 square miles and a water 
area of 8,318 square miles, or a total area of 251,700 square miles. 

The following summary gives the population of Saskatchewan from 1901 
to 1921, inclusive, by quinquennial and decennial periods, together with the 
number and per cent increase in population shown at each Census. 



Census year 


Population 


Increase made in 
5 years , 


Increase made in 
10 years 


Per cent 
increase in 
population 

of the 
Dominion 
by decades 


Number 


Per cent 


Number 


Per cent 


1921 


757,510 

647,835 

492,432 

. 257,763 

91,279 


109,675 

155,403 

234,669 

■ 166,484 


16-93 

31-55 

91 05 

182-39 


265,078 
401,153 


53-83 
439-48 

— _ 




1916 


21-7 


1911 


- 


1906 


34-1 


1901 


- 




11-1 



mm °?^'C~?*'""'J^ °' *® '"^^ extent and indefinite boundaries of the enumeration areas previous to 
1901 and the fact that many of these areas embraced parts of the present provinces of Alberta and Saskat- 
chewan It IS not possible to apportion the statistics of population between Alberta and Saskatchewan 
previous to 1901. 

Urban and Rural Population. 

For. the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities, as rural. The following summary shows for- the last three Censuses 
the urban and rural population of the province. The' classification for each 
Census is based upon the population of the various classes of places as' shown 
by the return of each Census. As a result the figures for each Census may 
not relate exactly to the same urban and rural territory, since some territoi-y 
which was regarded as rural in one Census may be considered urban in a 
subsequent one. 

40015—1 



TABLE 1. Urban and Rural Population, 1921, 1911, 1901. 



Class of Place 


1921. 


1911 


1901 


Per cent of 
Total Population 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


Number 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Total Population 

Urban'Flaces 


430 

■ 7 

78 

345 


757,510 

218,958 

97,833 

60,970 

60, 155 

538,552 


249 

4 

50 

195 


492,432 

131,395 

62,294 

36,844 

32,257 

361,037 


35 

7 
28 


91,279 

14,266 

7,928 

6,338 

77,013 


100-00 

28-90 

12-91 
8-05 
7-94 

71-10 


100-00 

26 68 

12-65 
7-48 
6-55 

73-32 


100 00 
15-63 


Cities '. .' 




Towns 


8-69 




6-94 


Rural Parts 


84-37 







Note — The figures of urban and rural population for 1911 and 1901 are as corrected in the volume of 
the Census of the Prairie Provinces, 1916. 

In 1901 there were;'no cities, only 7 towns and 28 villages with a total popu- 
lation of 14,266; intl911, there were 4 cities, 50 towns, and 195 villages with a 
total population of 131,395, as compared with 7 cities, 78 towns and 345 villages 
reported in the last Census with a total population of 218,958. From 1901 to 
1921 there^was a total gain of 666,231 in the population of the province, of 
which 204,692 was in urban centres and 461,539 in rural parts. In 1901 about 
156 persons in every 1,000 of the population lived in cities, towns or incorporated 
villages as against 267 in 1911 and 289 in 1921. 



TABLE. 2. Area and density of population by Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911, 1901. 



Electoral Districts 


Land area 

in square 

miles 


Population 
1921 


1911 


1901 


Increase (-|-) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


Total 


Per 

mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Saskatchewan 


241,309-88 

5,850-86 
6,651-96 
8,320-95 

11,264-30 
7,085-51 
5,856-34 

15,149-09 
5,591-12 

71,000-00 

76,000-00 
4,458-06 
2,063-25 
4,554-69 
3,453-38 
7,958-48 
6,051-89 


757,510 

34,789 
33,641 
55,225 
44,772 
50,055 
55,629 
56,064 
50,403 
47,381 
56,829 
34,836 
49,977 
43,795 
55,151 
53,275 
35,688 


3-14 

5-95 
5-06 
6-63 
3-97 
7-06 
9-49 
3-70 
9-01 
0-66 
0-74 
7-81 

24-22 
9-62 

15-97 
6-69 
5-89 


492,432 

31,975 
21; 667 
36,617 
22,299 
33,093 
36,940 
19,730 
31,552 
24,330 
35,839 
30,470 
44,202 
32,313 
31,633 
28,691 
31,081 


91,279 

9,053 
1,355 
1,652 
31 
1,575 

11,984 
1,473 
3,725 
4,579 

16,644 

17,133 
6i581 

10,874 

2,964 

484 

1,172 


265,078 

2,814 
11,974 
18,608 
22,473 
16,962 
18,689 
36,334 
18,851 
23,051 
20,990 

4,366 

5,775 
11,482 
23,618 
24,584 

4,607 


401,153 




22,92^ 


Battleford 


20,312 


Humboldt 


34,965 




22,268 




31,518 




24,956 


Maole Creek 


18,257 




27,827 


North Battleford 


19,751 


Prince Albert 


19,195 


Ou'AoDelle 


13,337 




37,621 




21,439 


Saskatoon 


28,669 


Swift Current '. 


28,207 


Wevbum 


29,909 







TABLE 3. 



Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed 
in 1921. 



Cities and Towns 



Cities 

Mooaejaw 

North Battleford. 

Prince Albert 

Regina 

Saskatoon 

Swift Current 

Wey burn 



Towns 

Alameda 

Alsask 

Areola 

Asquith 

Assiniboia 

Balgonie 

Battleford..... 

Biggar 

Bredenbury 

Broadview 

Cabri 

Canora 

Carlyle 

Carnduff 

Caron. 

Craik 

Davidson 

Delisle 

Duck Lake 

East End. 

Estevan 

Fleming 

Francis 

Govan 

Gravelbourg 

Grenfell 

Gull Lake 

Hanley 

Herbert 

Humboldt 

Indian Head 

Kamsack 

Kerrobert 

Kindersley 

Langham 

Lanigan 

Leader 

Lemberg 

Lloydminster (part) . 

Lumsden 

Macklin 

Maple Creek 

Melfort 

Melville 

Milestone 

Moosomin 

Morse 

Mortlach 

Nokomis 

Ogema 

Outlook 

Oxbow 

Qu'Appelle 

Radisson 

Radville 

Rosotown 

Rosthern 

40015—2 



Land 

area in 

sq. miles 



Population 



1921 



15-25 

6-95 

13-50 

13-17 

12-50 

5-93 

5-18 



Per 

square 

mile 



■00 
•54 
•00 
•00 
■00 
00 
00 
00 
87 
75 
50 
75 
00 
69 
56 
00 
93 
68 
82 
00 
-25 
00 
25 
50 
78 
00 
62 
00 
50 
25 
00 
87 
75 
00 
50 
00 
50 
00 
35 
25 
00 
50 
25 
00 
25 
00 
50 
12 
00 
51 
50 
70 
50 
51 
62 
00 
37 



97,833 

19,285 
4,108 
7,558 
34,432 
25,739 
3,518 
3,193 

60,970 

208 

360 

605 

311 

1,006 

204 

1,229 

1,535 

290 

839 

532 

1,230 

394 

494 

243 

570 

652 

273 

437 

427 

2,290 

263 

173 

495 

1,106 

765 

788 

312 

827 

1,822 

1,439 

2,002 

788 

1,003 

430 

426 

765 

472 

469 

498 

364 

1,002 

1,746 

2,808 

472 

1,099 

559 

398 

547 

345 

704 

602 

688 

431 

883 

865 

1,074 



1,264-59 
591-08 
559-85 
2,614-43 
2,059-12 
593-25 
616-41 



208-00 
233-77 
605-00 
311-00 

1,006-00 
204-00 
136-56 
255-83 
155-08 

1,118-66 

1,064-00 
447-27 
394-00 
715-94 
433-93 
570-00 
701-07 
401-47 
532-92 
427-00 
436-19 
263-00 
692-00 
990-00 

1,417-94 
765-00 

1,270-96 
31200 
551-33 
809-77 

1,439-00 

1,070-58 
286-54 
601-50 
286-66 
213-00 

1,530-00 
472-00 
347-40 
398-40 
121-33 
668-00 
77600 
468-00 

1,888-00 

1,099-00 



1911 



,118-00 
355-36 
547-00 
676-47 
281-60 
860-00 
458-66 
845-09 
1,424-19 
218-25 
453-16 



68, 461 

13,823 
2,105 
6,254 
30,213 
12,004 
1,852 
2,210 

39,509 

282 
175 
794 
199 

368 
1,335 
315 
102 
702 

435 
358 
469 
222 
435 
389 
234 
379 

1,981 
270 
263 
390 

709 
606 
381 
559 
859 
1,285 
473 
320 
456 
389 
392 

303 
441 
695 
322 
936 
599 

1,816 
436 

1,143 
290 
219 
374 
171 
685 
630 
851 
305 
233 
317 

1,172 



1901 



S,929 

1,558 

1,785 

2,249 

113 

121 

103 

7,839 

104 

129 



79 
609 



230 



23 
190 



301 

141 
160 



452 



768 



Increase {+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



134 
382 

868 



230 
434 



4131 



1921 
over 
1911 



29,372 

5,462 
2,003 
1,304 
4,219 
13,735 
1,666 
983 

21,461 

-74 

• 185 

-189 

112 

-164 

-106 

1,220 

188 

137 

795 
36 
25 
21 
135 
263 
39 
58 

309 

-7 

-90 

105 

56 

182 

-69 

268 

963 

154 

1,529 

468 

547 

41 

34 

169 

28 

-197 

42 

66 

1,147 

992 

36 

-44 

269 

179 

173 

174 

19 

-28 

-163 

126 

650 

548 



1911 
over 
1901 



62,532 

12,265 

4,469 

27,964 

11,891 

1,731 

2,107 

31,670 

178 

665 



289 
726 



472 



335 
279 



78 

1,840 
110 



257 



517 



561 
554 

275 



400 
417 



759 



TABLE 3. 



Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed in 
1921— Concluded 



Cities and Towns 


Land 

area in 

sq. miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


, Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


Per 

square 

mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


To wns— Continued . 


0-59 
0-49 
1-50 
1-00 
1-00 
0-35 
6-13 
1-00 
1-00 
1-25 
4-62 
1-00 
4-12 
1-00 
1-00 
3-50 
1-50 
1-00 
1-00 
4-37 
0-50 


590 
479 
236 

1,146 
320 
514 
961 
783 
611 
383 
- 544 
401 

1,101 
396 
499 
778 
956 
849 
468 

5,151 
245 


1,00000 
977-55 
157-33 

1,146-00 
320-00 

1,468-57 
156-76 
783-00 
611-00 
306-40 
117-74 
401-00 
267-23 
396-00 
499-00 
222-28 
637.-33 
849-00 
468-00 

1,178-71 
490-00 


679 
432 
420 

391 
811 
421 
250 
149 
268 
255 
485 
781 
211 
447 
537 
961 
515 
459 
2,309 
264 


155 
155 

397 

359 

409 

17 
700 


-89 

47 

-184 

-71 

-297 

540 

533 

462 

115 

289 

-84 

320 

185 

52 

241 

■ -5 

334 

9 

2,842 

-19 






277 


■ Scott 




Shaunavon 


_ 




236 


Strasbourg 






_ 


Tisdale 


_ 


Unity 


_ 




_ 


Wadena 


_ 


Wanella 


88 


WatrouS' 






_ 


Whitewood 


88 


Wilkie 






552 


Wvnvard 


_ 




442 




1,609 











TABLE 4. Population of Incorporated Villages, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed in 1921 



Villages 


T. R. M. 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Villages 


T. 


R.M. 


1921 


1911 


1901 


All villages 


60,155 


22,832 


599 


Brock 


..28 


20 


3 


136 


117 




Abbey 


...20 


20 


3 


180 


_ 


_ 


Broderick 


..29 


7 


3 


120 


130 


- 


Aberdeen 


...39 


2 


3 


196 


240 


_ 


Bromhead 


.. 3 


13 


2 ■ 


139 


- 


- 


Abernethy 


...20 


11 


2 


280 


273 


- 


Brownlee 


..20 


1 


3 


165 


171 


- 


Adanao 


...40 


22 


3 


85 


73 


_ 


Bruno 


..38 


25 


2 


311 


37 


- 


Admiral 


... 9 


15 


3 


172 


_ 


_ 


Buchanan 


..31 


•6 


2 


361 


228 


- 


Allan 


...34 


1 


3 


197 


139 


_ 


Bulyea 


..23 


21 


2 


98 


117 


- 


Amulet 


... 8 


21 


2 


37 


63 


_ 


Burstall 


..19 


29 


3 


179 


- 


, - 


Aneroid 


... 9 


10 


3 


. 221 


_ 


_ 


B-Say-Tah 


..21 


14 


2 


22 


- 


- 


Antler 


...7 


■M) 


1 


145 


138 


34 


Cadillac 


.. 9 


13 


3 


197 


- 


- 


Ardath 


...30 


9 


3 


58 


_ 


_ 


Calder 


..25 


31 


1 


180 


60 


- 


Ardill 


...11 


29 


2 


26 


_ 


_ 


Canwood 


..50 


5 


3 


158 


- 


- 


Arran 


...34 


30 


1 


142 


- 


_ 


Carievale. .■ 


.. 2 


31 


1 


175 


188 


45 


Atwater 


...21 


2 


2 


83 


67 


_ 


Carmichael .... 


..12 


20 


3 


60 


- 


- 


Avonlea. 


...12 


23 


2 


310 


_ 


_ 


Gavell 


..38 


19 


3 


33 


93 


- 


Aylesbury 


...23 


27 


2 


115 


72 


_ 


Central Butte.. 


..21 


4 


3 


221 


- 


- 


Bal Carres 


...21 


12 


2 


416 


, 348 


- 


Ceylon 


.. 6 


20 


2 


141 


- 


- 


Bangor 


...21 


3 


2 


110 


- 


- 


Chamberlain... 


...22 


26 


2 


128 


71 


- 


Beatty 


...45 


20 


2 


91 


- 


- 


Chaplin 


..IV 


5 


3 


215 


- 


- 


Belle Plaine... 


...16 


23 


2 


50 


82 


- 


Churchbridge. . 


..22 


32 


1 


189 


90 


22 


Bengough 


...5 


24 


2 


157 


- 


- 


Clavet 


..35 


3 


3 


24 


37 


- 


Bethune 


...20 


24 


2 


220 


- 


- 


Colgate 


.. b 


15 


2 


88 


95 


- 


Bienfait. . . 


... 2 


6 


2 


260 


- 


- 


Colonsay 


..35 


28 


2 


183 


95 


- 


Birch Hills.... 


...46 


24 


2 


312 


. 145 


- 


Congress 


...9 


1 


3 


39 


- 


- 


Birmingham . . 


...23 


7 


2 


36 


31 


- 


Conquest 


...30 


9 


3 


286 


- 


- 


Birsay 


...25 


7 


3 


46 


-■ 


- 


Consul 


... 4 


27 


3 


38 


- 


- 


Blad worth 


...28 


1' 


3 


198 


164 


- 


Craven 


...20 


21 


2 


112 


77 


7 


Blaine Lake... 


...44 


7 


3 


334 


_ 


_ 


Creelman 


...10 


10 


2 


194 


100 


- 


Borden 


...39 


9 


3 


160 


96 


_ 


Cud worth 


...40 


26 


2 


331 


- 


- 


Bounty 


...29 


10 


3 


•122 


59 


_ 


Cupar 


...23 


16 


2 


384 


223 


- 


Brad well 


...34 


2 


3 


84 


- 


_ 


Cutknife 


...43 


21 


3 


158 


- 


- 


Bridgeford 


...23 


3 


3 


63 


_ 


- 


Dafoe 


...32 


18 


2 


102 


- 


- 


Briercrest 


. ... 14 


24 


2 


175 


- 


- 


Dalmeny 


...39 


6 


3 


172 


- 


- 



Note. — T=Township; R = Range; M.=Meridian. 



TABLE 4. 



Population' of Incorporated Villages, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed in 
1921 — Continued 



Villages 



T. R. M. 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Villages 



T. R. M, 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Dana 38 26 2 

Delmas 45-46 18 3 

Denholm 42 14 3 

Denzil 37-38 26 3 

Dilke 22 24 2 

Dinsmore 27 11 3 

Disley 19 22 2 

Dodsland 33 20 3 

DoUard 8 20 3 

Drake 32 22 2 

Drinkwater 15 23 2 

Domremy 44 26 2 

Druid 33 20 3 

Dubuc 20 4 2 

Duff 22 8 2 

Dunblane 26 7 3 

Dundurn 33 4 3 

Duval 25 22 2 

Dysart 23 15 2 

Earl Grey 23 20 2 

Eatonia 26 25 3 

Edam 48 19 3 

Edenwold 19 17 2 

Elbow 25 5 3 

Elfros 32 14 2 

Elrose 26 15 3 

Elstow 35 1 3 

Englefold 37 19 2 

Erntold 17 7 3 

Estcrhazy 19 1 2 

Eston 25 20 3 

Estuary 23 28 3 

Ettington 10 1 3 

Evesham 39 27 3 

Expanse 12 29 2 

Eyebrow 21 2 3 

Fairlight 10 31 1 

Fenwood 23 8 2 

Fielding 41 11 3 

Fillmore 11 H 2 

Findlater 21 25 2 

Flaxcombe 29 26 3 

Foam Lake 30 11 2 

Forget 8 7 2 

FortQu'Appclle..,21 13 2 

Forward 8 19 2 

Frobisher 3 4 2 

Gainsboro' 2 30 1 

Girvin 25 29 2 

Glcnavon 14 9 2 

GlenEwen 3 12 

Glenside 29 6 3 

Gliddcn 26 23 3 

Goodeve 24 9 2 

Goodwater 5 13 2 

Grand Coulee 17 21 2 

Grayson 20 5 2 

Griffin 8 11 2 

Guernsey 33 23 2 

Hafford 43 10 3 

Hague 41 3 3 

Halbrite 6 12 2 

Handel 36 19 3 

Harris 32 12 3 

Hatton 12 28 3 

Hawarden 28 5 3 

Hazenmore 8 9 3 

Hepburn 41 6 3 

Hersohel 31 17 3 

Howard 9 9 2 

Hodgeville 13 7 3 

Holdfast 23 24 2 

Horizon 6 24 2 

40015— 2i 



75 

225 

90 

136 

81 

171 

89 

185 

118 

99 

239 

77 

70 

223 

111 

161 

197 

133 

189 

269 

205 

186 

131 

286 

217 

217 

146 

115 

97 

420 

318 

216 

37 

73 

126 

246 

94 

139 

105 

244 

93 

116 

451 

257 

495 

47 

168 

229 

132 

171 

138 

165 

80 

219 

123 

92 

222 

146 

122 

183 

228 

61 

53 

258 

210 

237 

187 

178 

127 

91 

88 

217 

42 



66 
203 



181 



239 
81 
61 

154 



_ 


_ 


221 


_ 


103 


- 


114 


- 


258 


- 


182 


- 


96 


- 


51 


_ 


77 


_ 


187 


- 


185 


- 


267 


_ 


285 


241 


141 


_ 


■120 


_ 


247 


94 


39 


_ 


130 


_ 


168 


- 


54 


- 


71 


_ 


75 


_ 


82 


- 


124 


_ 


109 


_ 


173 


- 


300 


62 


239 


- 


106 


- 


126 


_ 


132 


- 


~ 


_ 



Howell 39 

Hubbard 25 

Hudson Bay Jet.. .45 

Hugh ton 26 

Hyas 34 

Imperial 27 

Invermay 33 

Insinger 29 

Ituna 25 

Jansen 32 

Jasmin 26 

Kandahar 32 

Keelcr 20 

Kelfield 34 

Kelliher 26 

Kenastdn 29 

Kendal 15 

Kennedy 12 

Khedive 8 

Killaly 20 

Kincaid 8 

Kinistino 45 

Kinley 36 

Kipling 13 

Kisbey 8 

Kronau 15 

Krydor 44 

Kuroki 33 

Lafleche 9 

Laird 43 

Lake Lenore 39 

Lampman 5 

Lancer 21 

Landis... 37 

Lang 11 

Langenburg 21 

Lashburn 48 

Laura 33 

Lawson 22 

Leask 47 

Lebret 21 

Leipzig 37 

Lemsford 22 

Leney 35 

Leross 27a 

Leslie 31 

Lestook 27 

Liberty 25 

Limerick 8 

Lipton 22 

Lockwood 31 

Loreburn 26 

Lovena 31 

Lucky Lake 23 

Luseland 36 

Macoun 4 

■Macrorie 27 

Maidstone 47 

Major 33 

Manor 7 

Marcelin 45 

Marengo 29 

Margo 33 

Markinch 23 

Marquis 19 

Marshall 49 

Mary field 10 

Mawer 21 

Maymont 41 

Mazenod 33 

Meacham 36 

Meota 47 

Mervin 50 



28 2 

10 2 

3 2 

14' 3 



20 3 I 



182 

79 
160 

88 

95 
305 
147 

76 
335 
164 

83 
114 
106 

92 
320 
217 
147 
247 
106 
146 
226 
382 

92 
367 
261 

66 
104 

84 
356 
176 
119 
163 
131 
145 
341 
307 
331 
195 

87 
176 
274 

83 

37 

83 

86 
162 
280 
161 
324 
273 
117 
180 
202 
112 
249 
195 
154 
227 

64 
210 
212 

88 

97 
172 
126 

86 
276 
125 
151 
181 

90 
236 
126l 



112 

45 

215 



93 

95 

63 

130 

74 

220 
185 

164 

92 

166 
51 
237 
269 
102 



195 



127 
301 
220 
232 
82 



57 
114 
126 



273 
101 
135 



104 
208 

92 

289 



209 
121 



27 



TABLE 4. Population of Incorporated Villages, 1921, 1911 and 1901, as classed in 

1921 — Concluded 



Villages 


T. 


R. M. 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Villages 


T. 


R. M. 


1921 


1911 


1901 


MejTonne 


... 8 


7 3 


247 






Silton. 


..21 


21 


2 


98 






Midale 


... 5 


11 2 


180 


156 


— 


Simpson 


..29 


25 


2 


217 


- 


- 


Milden 


...29 


11 3 


151 


- 


- 


Smiley 


..31 


25 


3 


90 


- 


- 


Mitchellton.... 


...11 


28 2 


56 


- 


_ 


Southey 


..23 


18 


2 


324 


157 


- 


Montmartre... 


....14 


11 2 


287 


201 




Sovereign 


..29 


13 


3 


142 


- 


- 


Moasbank 


...11 


29 2 


303 


- 


- 


Speers 


..43 


11 


3 


105 


- 


- 


Muenster 


...37 


21 2 


■ 116 


52 


_ 


Springside 


..27 


6 


2 


170 


123 


- 


MaoNutt 


...24 


30 1 


179 


- 


- 


Spring water 


..35 


18 


3 


106 


- 


- 


McGee 


...29 


16 3 


38 


- 


- 


Spring Valley.. . . 


..11 


25 


2 


97 


- 


- 


McTaggart 


... 9 


15 2 


80 


134 


_ 


Spy Hill 


..19 


31 


1 


136 


71 


- 


McLean 


...18 


16 2 


150 


- 


- 


Star City 


..4b 


IV 


2 


591 


132 


- 


Naicam 


...40 


18 2 


119 


- 


_ 


St. Brieux 


..42 


21 


2 


144 


- 


- 


Netherhill. . . . 


...29 


21 3 


114 


80 


_ 


Stenen 


..34 


3 


2 


195 


- 


- 


Neudorf 


...20 


8 2 


500 


326 


_ 


St. Gregor 


..37 


20 


2 


88 


- 


- 


Neville 


....12 


12 3 


151 


- 


_ 


Stockholm 


..19 


3 


2 


174 


100 


- 


Norquay 


....34 


1 2 


198 


- 


- 


Stornoway 


..26 


1 


2 


88 


52 


- 


North Portal.. 


.... 1 


5 2 


191 


176 


52 


Stoughton 


.. « 


8 


2 


364 


311 


- 


North Regina. 


....17 


19 2 


586 


- 


- 


Stranraer 


..32 


18 


3 


63 


- 


- 


Odessa 


...15 


13 2 


254 


77 


- 


Strongfield 


..27 


b 


3 


119 


- 


- 


Osage 


...11 


12 2 


109 


72 


- 


Sturgis 


..34 


4 


2 


179 


- 


- 


Osier 


...39 


4 3 


109 


62 


_ 


Success 


..17 


16 


3 


93 


- 


- 


Otthon 


....24 


5 2 


72 


- 


- 


Summerberry... 


..17 


8 


2 


94 


79 


- 


Palmer 


. . . .28 


10 3 


58 


- 


- 


Swanson 


..31 


9 


3 


59 


- 


- 


Pangman 


.... 8 


20 2 


61 


- 


_ 


Tantallon 


..18 


32 


1 


174 


115 


- 


Parkbeg 


....17 


2 3 


54 


- 


- 


Tate 


..28 


21 


2 


98 


54 


- 


Parkside 


. . . .48 


4 3 


99 


- 


- 


Tessier 


..33 


11 


3 


68 


65 


- 


Paynton 


....46 


21 3 


123 


121 


- 


Theodore 


..28 


7 


2 


287 


193 


- 


Pelley 


....33 


32 1 


288 


82 


- 


Togo 


..28 


30 


1 


298 


111 


- 


Pennant 


....18 


17 3 


125 


_ 




Tompkins 


..13 


21 


3 


254 


90 


- 


Pense 


....17 


22 2 


247 


236 


15 


Tramping Lake. 


..36 


21 


3 


100 


■ - 


- 


Penzance 


....24 


25 2 


98 


- 


- 


Tribune 


.. 3 


14 


2 


166 


- 


- 


Perdue 


35-36 


11 3 


358 


155 


- 


Truax 


..11 


22 


2 


112 


- 


- 


Piapot 


....12 


23 3 


232 


- 


_ 


/Tugaske 


..22 


3 


3 


230 


204 


- 


Pilot Butte.... 


....17 


18 2 


129 


_ 


_ 


Turtleford 


..51 


21 


3 


288 


- 


- 


Plato 


....25 


18 3 


125 


- 


_ 


Tuxford 


..19 


26 


2 


156 


121 


- 


Plenty 


....32 


19 3 


135 


128 


- 


Tyvan 


..12 


13 


2 


178 


184 


- 


Ponteix 


.... 9 


11 3 


330 


-. 


- 


Vanguard 


.11 


10 


3 


299 


- 


- 


Portreeve 


....21 


22 3 


71 


_ 


- 


Vantage 


..23 


10 


1 


162 


- 


- 


Preeceville — 


....34 


5 2 


319 


_ 


- 


Vanscoy 


..35 


V 


3 


89 


- 


- 


'Prelate 


....22 


25 3 


446 


- 


- 


Vawn 


..48 


19 


3 


78 


- 


- 


Punnichy 


....28 


17 2 


200 


73 


- 


Venn 


..30 


24 


2 


67 


58 


- 


Quill Lake 


....36 


16 2 


246 


163 


- 


Veregin 


..30 


1 


2 


299 


- 


- 


Quinton 


....28 


18 2 


97 


76 


- 


Verwood 


.. 6 


27 


2 


242 


- 


- 


Rama 


....32 


7 2 


127 


_ 


_ 


Vibank 


..16 


16 


2 


277 


- 


- 


Ray more 


....28 


18 2 


280 


126 


- 


Viceroy 


.. 6 


26 


2 


156 


- 


- 


Readlyn 


7 


27 2 


100 


_ 


- 


Vidora 


.. 4 


26 


3 


58 


- 


- 


Redvers 


.... 7 


32 1 


181 


200 


_ 


Viscount 


..34 


26 


2 


315 


72 


- 


Regina Beach. 


....21 


22 2 


379 


_ 


_ 


Wakaw 


..42 


26 


2 


387 


- 


- 


Rhein 


....27 


2 2 


428 


_ 


_ 


Waldeck 


..16 


12 


3 


140 


- 


- 


Richard 


....43 


12 3 


93 


- 


- 


Waldheim 


..42 


5 


3 


273 


- 


- 


Richlea 


....25 


19 3 


83 


- 


_ 


Waldron 


..21 


4 


2 


114 


114 


- 


Riverhurst 


....22 


7 3 


330 


_ 


,- 


Warman 


..38 


5 


3 


172 


149 


- 


Robsart 


.... 5 


25 3 


IOC 


_ 


_ 


Waseca 


..47 


24 


3 


106 


- 


- 


Rocanville 


....16 


31 1 


415 


266 


- 


Wauchope 


.. 7 


33 


1 


59 


127 


- 


Roche Perc6e. 


.... 1 


6 2 


99 


162 


_ 


Wawota 


..11 


1 


2 


245 


200 


- 


Rockhaven... 


....42 


20 3 


100 


- 


- 


Webb 


..14 


17 


3 


259 


75 


- 


Ruddell 


....42 


13 3 


96 


- 


- 


Weldon 


..46 


22 


2 


150 


- 


- 


Rush Lake. . . . 


....17 


11 3 


109 


_ 


_ 


Welwyn 


..15 


30 


1 


259 


139 


- 


Salvador 


....37 


25 3 


165 


49 


- 


Wilcox 


..13 


20 


2 


383 


262 


- 


Sceptre 


....22 


24 3 


266 


_ 


- 


Willowbrook 


..25 


6 


2 


9S 


- 


- 


Scotsguard.... 


.... 9 


16 3 


125 


- 


- 


Windthorst 


..13 


7 


2 


230 


208 


- 


Sedley 


....14 


15 2 


198 


221 


_ 


Wiseton 


..27 


12 


3 


75 


- 


- 


Semans 


....28 


20 2 


45(1 


194 


_ 


Woodrow 


.. 8 


6 


3 


193 


- 


- 


Senlac 


. . . .40 


26 3 


. 88 




- 


Wroxton 


..26 


32 


1 


140 


- 


- 


Shackle ton. . . . 


....20 


19 3 


9S 


_ 


- 


Young 


..32 


27 


2 


310 


73 


— 


Sheho 


....30 


9 2 


206 


107 


_ 


Zelma 


..33 


28 


2 


66 


47 


- 


SheUbrook.... 


....49 


3 3 


402 


198 


— 


















TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease ( — ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN 



Asslniboia 

T. 
1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



R. 

30 


M.W. 
1 • 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


31 


1 


31 


1 


31 


1 


31 


1 


31 


1 


31 


.1 


31 


1 , 


31 


1 


31 


1 


31 


1 


31 


1 


3? 


1 


3? 


1 


3? 


1 


32 


1 


32 


1 - 


32 


1 


32 


1 


32 


■ 1 


32 


1 


32 


1 


32 




33 


1 


33 




33 


1 


33 




33 


1 


33 


1 


33 


1 


33 


1 


33 


1 


33 


1 


33 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 ■ 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 


34 


1 




2 




2 




2 




2 




2 








2 




2 



757,510 

34,789 

116 
164 
146 

98 
100 
167 
150 
210 
118 
171 
118 
202 
144 
191 
122 
324 
252 
233 
155 
158 
172 
223 
189 
149 
200 
153 
112 
127 
183 
92 
165 
147 
153 
138 
201 
139 
164 
216 
122 
151 
134 
122 
229 
236 
114 
121 
92 
62 
83 
88 
41 
65 
45 
37 

8 
116 
161 
203 
171 
149 
130 
179 
166 



492,432 

31,975 

134 

136 

143 

85 

80 

115 

219 

131 

115 

160 

168 

221 

181 

182 

115 

246 

259 

200 

50 

134 

172 

145 

196 

137 

207 

174 

89 

157 

112 

150 

160 

170 

121 

123 

235 

141 

146 

89 

123 

143 

100 

119 

179 

199 

116 

88 

116 

65 

87 

66 

30 

47 

44 

20 

9 

186 

185 

207 

181 

100 

89 

184 

112 



91,279 

9,053 

° 101 

130 

74 

40 

8 

27 

56 

1 

29 

117 

172 

176 

176 

116 



285,078 

2,814 

-18 

28 

3 

13 

20 

52 

-69 

79 

3 

11 

-50 

-19 

-37 



65 


7 


60 


78 


82 


-7 


78 


33 


89 


105 


- 


24 


- 





_ 


78 


106 


-7 


103 


12 


153 


-7 


93 


-21 


— 


23 


19 


-30 


35 


71 




-58 


- 


5 


3 


-23 


27 


32 


65 


15 


112 


-34 


114 


-2 


81 


18 


14 


127 


7 


-1 


g 


8 


- 


34 


3 


3 


5 


50 


69 


37 


38 


-2 


100 


33 


73 


-24 


38 


-3 


36 


-4 


15 


22 


1 


11 


4 


18 


19 


1 


- 


17 


7 


-1 


135 


-70 


147 


-24 


130 


-4 


138 


-10 


63 


49 


35 


41 


23 


-5 


92 


54 



401,153 
22,922 

33 



45 

72 



163 

130 

86 

43 

-4 

45 

5 

66 

50 

186 

177 

122 

-39 



90 
34 
54 
81 

138 

77 



167 
94 
58 

123 
27 
65 
75 

116 

134 

116 

174 

130 

78 

-12 

43 

27 

51 

61 

29 

43 

25 

2 
51 
38 
77 
43 
37 
54 
161 
20 



Note— T = Township; R = Range; M.W. = West oi Meridian 



TABLES. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase ( + ) 

or 
Decrease ( — ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Asslniboia — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 

1 2 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4, 
5 



10 

11 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



9 


3 


10 


3 


11 


3 


1 


4 


2 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


6 


4 


7 


4 


8 


4 


9 


4 


10 


4 


11 


4 


1 


5 


2 


5 


3 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


6 


5 


7 


5 


8 


5 


9 


5 


10 


5 


11 


5 


1 


• 6 


2 


6 


3 


6 


4 


6 


5 


6 


fi 


6 


7 


6 


8 


6 


9 


6 


10 


6 


U 


6 


1 


7 


2 


7 


3 


7 


4 


7 


5 


7 



2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2., 

2 

2!! 

2.. 

2.. 

2,. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2., 

2.. 

2., 

2. 

2, 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 



206 
200 
147 
258 
120 
139 
158 
116 
131 
158 
233 
70 
25 
214 
100 
109 
186 
286 
104 
192 
214 
213 
38 
18 
179 
181 
111 
93 
184 
183 
265 
201 
191 
101 

140 
140 
24 
142 
143 
228 
198 
176 
129 
94 
84 
179 
150 
718 
114 
263 
268 
191 
172 
105 
93 
109 
126 
173 
387 
188 
204 
223 



173 
203 

93 
178 
152 
203 
147 
190 
165 
117 
318 

41 

40 
176 
101 
110 
187 
210 

90 
198 
211 
189 

44 

8 

124 

170 

72 
108 
201 
128 
169 
199 
203 

96 

121 

98 

94 

149 

135 

164 

143 

196 

183 

133 

60 

45 

189 

500 

65 

184 

248 

176 

276 

22 

85 

74 

60 

252 

311 

165 

200 

111 



150 

155 

65 

96 

113 

207 

122 

46 

62 

73 

183 

35 

26 

41 

18 

29 

105 

120 

94 

131 

127 

106 

12 

5 

74 

43 

10 

67 

114 

1 

20 

128 

147 

11 
97 
41 

06 



35 
62 
85 
52 
12 
20 
44 
144 
6 



6 

110 

81 

53 



45 
34 



33 

-3 

54 

80 

-32 

-64 

11 

-74 

-34 

41 

-85 

29 

-15 

38 

-1 

-1 

-1 

76 

8 

-6 

3 

24 

-6 

10 

55 

11 

39 

-15 

-.17 

55 

96 

-12 
5 

19 

42 

-70 



64 

55 

-20 

-54 

-39 

24 

134 

-39 

218 

49 

79 

22 

15 

-104 

83 

8 

35 

66 

-79 

76 

23 

4 

112 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral; Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



19U 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
19U 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Assinibola— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 

6 7 2 

7 7 2 

8 7 2..: 

9 7 2 

10 7 2 7. 

11 7 2 

1 8 2 

2 8 2 

3 8 2 ;.;...:... 

4 8 2 

5 8 2 

6 8 2....:...... 

7 8 2 

8 8 2 ."...,.. 

9 8 2 

10 8 2 

11 8 2 

1 9 2 :... 

2 9 2 

3 9 2 

4 9 2 

5 9 2 

6 9 2 

7 9 2 

8 9 2 

9 9 2 

10 9 2 '. .. 

11 9 2 

1 10 2 

2 10 2 

3 10 2 

4 10 2 ■ 

5 10 2; 

6 10 2 

7 10 2 

8 10 2 

9 10 2 

10 10 2 .' 

11 10 2 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Alameda 

Areola 

Carlyle ." 

CarnduS ~ .". 

Estevan 

Oxbow 

Villages— T. R. M.W 

Antler 7 30 1 

Bienfait 2 6 2 

Carievale 2 31 1 

Creelman 10 10 2 

Fairlight 10 31 1 

Forget..- 8 7 2 

F'robisher 3 4 2 

Gainsboro 2 30 1 

GlenEwen 3 12 

Heward 9 9 2 

Kisbey 8 5 2 

Lampman 5 6 2 

Macoun 4 10 2 

Manor 7 1 2 



213 
151 
165 

45 

73 
124 
150 
251 
172 
187 
108 
280 
140 
224 
226 
121 
148 
156 

77 
188 
138 
115 
122 
143 
154 
220 
187 
144 
123 
115 
107 
158 
154 

93 
188 
220 
209 
218 
182 
240 

208 
605 
394 
494 
2,290 
602 



145 
260 
175 
194 

94 
257 
168 
229 
138 

91 
261 
163 
195 
210 



152 

130 

177 

114 

37 

75 

65 

404 

233 

115 

142 

99 

126 

161 

235 

89 

116 

129 

65 

152 

124 

78 

124 

136 

137 

192 

164 

121 

129 

125 

143 

170 

162 

85 

98 

225 

124 

179 

139 

237 

282 
794 
358 
469 
1,981 
630 



138 

188 
100 

96 
267 
120 
247 
168 
132 
269 

96 
208 
289 



31 

14 

119 

16 



36 
40 

10 

12 
21 
14 



11 



196 

104 
129 
23 
190 
141 
230 



34 
45 



94 



27 



61 

21 

-12 

-79 

36 

49 

85 

-153 

-61 

72 

-34 

181 

14 

63 

-9 

32 

32 

27 

12 

36 

14 

37 

-2 

7 

17 

28 

23 

23 

-6 

-10 

-36 

-12 



90 
-5 
85 
39 
43 
3 

-74 

-189 

36 

25 

309 

-28 



-13 

94 

-2 

-10 

48 

-18 

-30 

-41 

-8 

67 

-13 

-79 



121 

116 

58 

98 



368 
193 

132 

114 
140 
221 



182 
163 



159 



,176 

41 

178 
665 
335 
279 
1,840 
400 



104 
143 



153 



262 



10 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Assinlboia— Concluded 

Villages— Concluded T. R. M.W 

Maryfield 10 30 1 

North Portal 1 5 2 

Redvers 7 32 1 

Roche Percfie 1 6 2 

Stoughton .-. 8 8 2 

Wauchope 7 33 1 

VVawota 11 1 2 

Battleford 

T. R. M.W. 

35 16 3 

36 16 3 

37 16 3 

38 16 3 

39 16 3 

40 16 3 

41 16 3 

42 16 3 

43 16 3 (part) 

35 17 3 

36 17 3 

37 17 3 

38 17 3..; ■ 

39 17 3 ; 

40 17 3 

41 17 3 

42 17 3...' 

43 17 3 

44 17 3 (part) 

45 17 3 (part) 

38 18 3 

36 18 3 

37 18 3 

38 18 3 

39 18 3 

40 18 3 

41 18 3 

42 18 '3 

43 18 3....... 

44 18 3 

45 18 3 (part) 

35 19 3 

36 19 3 

37 19 3 

38 19 3 '. 

39 19 3 :. 

40 19 3 

41 19 3 

42 19 3 

43 19 3 

44 19 3 

45 19 3 

46 19 3 (part).... 

35 20 3 

36 20 3 

37 20 3 

38 20 3 

39 20 3 

40 20 3 

41 20 3 

42 20 3 

43. 20 3 

44 20 3 .....' 



276 
191 
181 

99 
364 

59 
245 

,641 

197 

159 

193 

125 

160 

57 

29 

180 

29 

171 

130 

188 

169 

67 

52 

22 

179 

112 

102 

97 

169 

185 

205 

161 

137 

82 

113 

133 

206 

105 

89 

169 

173 

195 

121 

99 

178 

138 

79 

13 

•7 

27 

102 

168 

184 

249 

199 

128 

147 

78 

139 

177 

145 



209 
176 
200 
162 
311 
127 
200 

21,667 

250 

66 

100 

113 

85 

19 

26 

166 

27 

71 

73 

50 

100 

44 

12 

16 

50 

50 

112 

9 

119 

129 

92 

127 

136 

76 

94 

99 

112 

70 

75 

122 

245 

' 112 

151 

■89 

133 

134 

91 

23 

49 

99 
103 

94 
199 
217 
128 
116 

90 
119 
107 

96 



52 



1,3SS 



91 



3 
26 



18 

7 

22 



132 



67 

15 
-19 
-63 

53 
-68 

45 

11,974 

-53 

93 

93 

12 

75 

38 

3 

14 

2 

100 

57 

138 

69 

23 

40 

6 

129 

62 

-10 

88 

50 

56 

113 

34 

1 

6 

10 

34 

94 

35 

14 

47 

-72 

83 

-30 

10 

45 

4 

-12 

-10 

-22 
3 

65 
90 
50 

-18 



31 

-12 
20 
70 
49 



11 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



45 

46 

47 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 . 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 



20 

20 

20 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

•22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

22 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 



-Continued 
.W. 

3 

3 (part) . 

3 (part) . 

3 

3 

3..; 

3 

3 .; 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) . 

3 

3 

3 

3..;..... 

3 

3 

3 

3... 

3 

3 

3 

3...,:... 
3....:... 

3 

3 

3 (part) . 
3 

3 ;. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) . . 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



49 


50 


197 


127 


64 


41 


187 


97 


428 


270 


340 


189 


344 


178 


176 


130 


212 


193 


206 


161 


196 


143 


156 


185 


131 


82 


21 


12 


147 


103 


107 


106 


55 


21 


136 


80 


144 


127 


195 


100 


135 


59 


159 


100 


100 


50 


214 


96 


164 


83 


172 


125 


117 


68 


105 


40 


1 


6 


84 


29 


76 


37 


126 


46 


66 


90 


218 


120 


218 


142 


226 


145 


190 


106 


158 


91 


181 


117 


225 


137 


151 


63 


131 


63 


122 


88 


159 


35 


26 


8 


154 


135 


132 


87 


203 


140 


176 


140 


54 


8 


110 


91 


170 


203 


216 


143 


326 


186 


204 


125 


151 


50 


80 


30 


124 


18 


37 


4 


HO 


_ 


82 


65 


100 


25 


159 


190 



16 



16 



40015—3 



-1 

70 

23 

90 

158 

151 

166 

46 

19 

45 

53 

-29 

49 

9 
44 

1 
34 
56 
17 
95 
76 
59 
50 
118 
81 
47 
49 
65 
-5 
55 
39 
80 
-24 
98 
76 
81 
84 
67 
64 



68 
34 

124 
18 
19 
45 
63 
36 
46 
19 
-33 
73 

140 
79 

101 
50 

106 
33 

17 

75 

-31 



111 



87 



12 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 
Battleford — Continued 



T. 

48 

49 

50 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

36 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

35 

36 

37 



B 

24 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
.26 
26 
26 
26 
20 
26 
26 
26 
26 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
28 



M.W. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) . . 
3 (part).. 
3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3........ 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part). 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

. 3 

3 (part). 

3 

3 

3 



129 

146 

113 

132 

261 

342 

289 

181 

125 

172 

86 

187 

42 

57 

69 

127 

130 

148 

54 

56 

120 

23 

113 

257 

251' 

283 

177 

134 

153 

35 

5 

61 

119 

119 

133 

179 

138 

102 

95 

102 

61 

150 

130 

373 

285 

233 

158 

178 

18 

98 

129 

118 

87 

154 

93 

153 

127 

150 

89 

54 

245 

199 

385 



93 
118 

30 

66 
118 
218 
217 

86 

33 

61 

5 

107 

40 

24 
'86 

93 

92 
140 

19 

66 

24 

66 
148 
193 
121 

93 

73 

88 
4 
1 

35 

79 
119 
124 
126 
202 

73 

35 

92 

67 

40 

70 
209 
149 
132 
129 

43 

15' 

95 

33 

44 
100 
100 
132 

69 

93 
100 

44 

18 

74 
194 I 



36 

28 

83 

66 

143 

124 

72 

95 

92 

111 

81 

80 

2 

33 

-17 

34 

38 

8 

35 

54 

-1 

47 

109 

58 

162 

84 

61 

85 

31 

4 

26 

40 



9 

53 

-64 

29 

60 

10 

-6 

110 

60 

164 

136 

101 

29 

135 

83 

34 

85 

43 

54 

-7 

21 

58 

57 

-11 

10 

227 

125 

191 



13 



rABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

tattleford — Concluded 

T. E. M.W. 

38 28 3 

39 28 3 

40 28 3.... 

41 28 3 

42 28 3 

43 28 3 

44- 28 3 

45 28 3.,..: 

46 28 3 

47 28 3 

48 28 3 

49 28 3... 

50 28 3 

51 28 3 

52 28 3 

53 28 3 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Battleford 

Lloydminstcr (part) 

Macklin 

Scott 

VVilkie 

T. R. M.W 
Vil lages — 

Adanac • 40 22 3 

Cavell 38 19 3 

Cut Knife 43 21 . 3 

Dclmas 45-46 18 3 

Denzil, 37-38 26 3 

Evesham 39 27 3 

Handel 36 19 3 

Landis 37 18 3 

Lashburn 48 25 3 

Leipzig 37 19 3 

Luseland 36 24 3 

Maidstone..; 47 23 3 

Marshall 49 26 3 

Paynton 46-21 3 

Rockhaven 42 20 3 

Salvador 37 25 3 

Sonlae 40 26 3 

Springwatcr 35 18 3 

Tramping Lake... 36 21 3 

Unity 40 22 3 

Waseca 47 24 3 

[iimboldt 

T. R. M.W. 

31 11' 2 

32 11 2 

33 11 2 

34 U 2 

35 U 2 

36 11 2 ' 

37 11 2 

38 11 2 

39 U 2 

40 11 2 

41 11 2 

31 12 2 

32 12 2 

33 12 2 

40015— 3i 



275 

151 

148 

131 

7 

64 

95 

55 

57 

33 

34 

82 

19 

7 

11 

9 

471 

1,229 
469 
364 
236 
778 



85 

33 
158 
225 
136 

73 

53 
145 
331 

83 
249 
227 

86 
123 
100 
165 

88 
106 
100 
611 
106 

55,225 

105 
244 
170 
213 
122 
197 
212 

90 
111 

29 

3 

166 

295 

80 



113 

- 84 

73 

71 

13 
28 
14 
90 
48 
39 
.49 
25 
13 
9 

361 

1,335 
441 
322 
420 
537 



52 



127 
232 



104 
92 



121 
- 49 



149 



36, 615 

103 
203 

94 
102 

83 

120 

■ 155 

68 

89 



155 

252 

15 



415 
609 



1,652 

30 
10 
38 



24 
34 



162 
67 
75 
60 

51 

07 

41 

-33 

-15 

-5 

33 



10 

-106 

28 

42 

-184 

241 



12 
-60 



157 
84 



18 
99 

145 
135 

2 

116 

462 

18,610 

2 
41 

76 

111 

39 

77 
57 
22 
22 



11 
43 
65 



-54 
726 



34,963 

73 

193 

56 



101 
149 



131 
218 



14 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 




Population 




Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Humbold t— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
34 12 2 


277 
149 
103 
130 
145 

44 

93 
159 
253 
172 
173 
196 
142 
200 
222 
144 

16 
177 
321 
168 
127 
152 
196 
282 

95 

18 

21 

26 
203 
411 
226 

19 
257 
147 
310 
150 
149 
171 

45 
213 
358 
181 

54 
136 
215 
109 
117 
121 

43 

7 

287 

198 

71 
213 
155 
172 
235 
192 
143 
284 
168 

37 


158 

124 

115 

57 

62 

130 

4 

88 

161 

62 

106 

91 

94 

29 

71 

76 

93 

158 

133 

107 

109 

95 

96 

20 

5 

15 

114 

223 

158 

10 

136 

97 

154 

95 

33 

61 

13 

56 

164 

108 

75 

70 

123 

127 

157 

151 
15 

146 
90 
46 

154 
83 
50 

125 
79 


35 
21 


119 
25 
-12 
73 
83 
-86 
89 
71 
92 

110 
67 

105 
48 

171 

151 
68 

84 

163 

35 

20 

43 

101 

186 

75 

13 

89 
188 

68 

8 

121 

50 
156 

55 
116 
110 

32 
157 
194 

73 
-21 

66 

92 
-18 

130 
47 
56 
67 
65 

126 
81 

109 

93 

• 159 

■ 89 

19 






35 12 2 


_ 


36 12 2 


_ 


37 12 2 


_ 


38 12 2 


?7 


39 12 2 




40 12 2 


_ 


31 13 2 


_ 


32 13 2 


_ 


33 13 2 


41 


34 13 2 




35 13 2 


_ 


36 13 2 


_ 


37 13 2 


_ 


38 13 2 


- 


39 13 2 


40 13 2 


31 14 2 . 


32 14 2 

33 14 2 


34 14 2 


35 14 2 


36 14 2 


_ 


37 14 2 


_ 


38 14 2 


_ 


39 14 2 


_ 


40 14 2 


_ 


41 14 2 


_ 


31 15 2 


_ 


32 15 2. 


_ 


33 15 2 


_ 


34 15 2 


_ 


35 15 2 


: 


36 15 2 


37 15 2 


38 15 2 




39 15 2 


_ 


40 15 2 


- 


41 15 2 


31 16 2 


32 16 2 


33 16 2 


34 16 2 


35 16 2 


36 16 2 


37 16 2 


_ 


38 16 2 


_ 


39 16 2 


_ 


40 16 2 


_ 


41 16 2 


_ 


31 17 2. 


J 


32 17 2 ". .. 




35 17 2 ■ . . . . 


36 17 2 


37 17 2 


38 17 2 


- 


39 17 2 




40 17 2 


: 


41 17 2 


31 18 2 




32 18 2 




33 18 2 


18 


- 





15 

fABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution" Act, 1914 and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911, and 1901 Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN-Continued 

lumboldt— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

34 18 2 

35 18 2 

36 18 2 

37 18 2 

38 18 2 

39 18 2 

40 18 2 

41 18 2 

31 19 2 

32 19 2 

33 19 2...... 

34 19 2 

35 19 '2 

36 19 2 

37 19 2 

38 19 2 

39 19 2 

40 19 2 

41 19 2 

31 20 2 

32 20 2 

33 20 2 

34 20 2 

35 20 2 

36 20 2 

37 20 2 

38 20 2 

39 20 2 

40 20 2 

41 20 2 

31 21 2 

32 21 2 

33 21 2 

34 21 2 

35 21 2 

36 21 2 

37 21 2 

38 21 2 

39 21 2 

40 21 2 

41 21 2 

31 22 2... 

32 22 2 

33 22 2 

•34 22 2 

35 22 2 

36 22 2 

37 22 2 

38 22 2.. 

39 22 2 

40 22 2 

41 22 2 

31 23 2 

32 23 2 

33 23 2 

34 23 2 

35 23 2 

36 23 2 

37 23 2 

38 23 2 

39 23 2 

40 23 2 

41 23 2 



Population 



1921 



100 
141 
196 
197 
212 
394 
310 
250 

89 

77 
233 
149 
174 
186 
223 
208 
132 
206 
160 
159 
175 
402 
277 
240 

94 
117 
236 
244 
148 
126 
167 
259 
200 
196 
142 
131 
270 
241 
361 
168 

67 
241 
261 
230 
219 
160 
129 
262 
318 
265 
233 
148 
202 
287 
237 
215 
162 
177 
260 
192 
280 
191 
164 



1911 



132 

110 

97 
112 
160 
187 
154 
117 

45 

63 
180 
201 

47 
152 
190 
126 

88 

63 
150 
119 
217 
265 
180 
115 

79 
100 
117 
250 
211 

92 
115 
140 
143 
160 
160 
154 
X45 
144 
212 

74 
7 
150 
171 
171 
138 
178 
205 
223 
192 
216 
130 

90 
135 
211 
184 
118 

93 
175 
166 
161 
230 
126 
130 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-32 
31 
99 
85 
52 

207 

156 

133 

44 

. 14 

53 

-52 

127 
34 
33 
82 
44 

143 

10 

40 

-42 

137 
97 

125 
15 
17 

119 

-6 

-63 

34 

52 

119 

57 

36 

-18 

-23 

125 
97 

149 
94 
60 
91 
90 
59 
81 
-18 
-76 
39 
26 
49 

103 
58 
67 
76 
53 
97 
69 
2 
94 
31 
60 
65 
34 



1911 
over 
1901 



16 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, anc 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Humboldt — Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

31 24 2 

32 24 2 

33 24, 2 

34 24 2 

35 24 2 

36 24 2 

37 24 2 

38 24 2 

39 24 2 

40 24 2 

41 24 2 

31 25 2 

32 25 2 

33 25 2 

34 25 2 

35 25 2 .■ 

36 25 2 

37 25 2 

38 25 2 

39 25 2 

40 25 2 

41 25 2 

31 26 2 ; . 

32 26 2 

33 26 2 

34 26 2 

35 26 2 

36 26 2 

37 26 2 

38 26 2 

39 26 2 

40 26 2 

41 26 2 

31 27 2 

32 27 2 

33 27 2 

34 27 2' 

35 27 2 

36 27 2 

37 27 2 

38 27 • 2 

39 27 2 

40 27 2 

41' 27 2 

31 28 -2 

32 28 2 

33 28 2 

34 28 2 

35 28 2 

36 28 2 

37 28 2 

38 28 2 

39 28 2 

40 28 2 

41 28 2 

31 29 2 

32 29 2 

33 29 '2 

34 29 2 

31 1 3 

32 1 3 

33 1 3 

34 1 3 



135 


66 


170 


196 


245 


174 


214 


113 


184 


132 


220 


197 


359 


232 


290 


224 


257 


209 


112 


119 


180 


126 


189 


121 


276 


120 


252 


210 


376 


252 


259 


214 


270 


133 


349 


210 


302 


327 


169 


143 


141 


115 


246 


207 


253 


167 


154 


130 


233 


100 


390 


280 


238 


147 


209 


158 


261 


126 


276 


169 


254 


172 


341 


316 


274 


232 


197 


157 


178 


147 


176 


278 


205 


240 


235 


149 


230 


223 


324 


247 


432 


323 


281 


202 


438 


294 


315 


272 


205 


55 


252 


190 


157 


192 


297 


183 


222 


160 


276 


177 


270 


198 


362 


292 


129 


91 


242 


226 


252 


279 


37 


3 


64 


92 


47 


- 


30 


49 


179 


47 


233 


196 


202 


137 


246 


270 



159 



69 

-26 

71 

101 

52 

23 

127 

66 

48 

-7 

54 

68 

156 

42 

124 

45 

137 

139 

-25 

26 

26 

39 

86 

24 

133 

110 

91 

51 

135 

107 

82 

25 

42 

40 

31 

—102 

-35 

86 

7 

77 

109 

79 

144 

43 

150 

62 

-35 

114 

62 

99 

72 

70 

38 

16 

-27 

34 

-28 

-19 

132 

37 

165 

-24 



17 . 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



. 1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Humboldt — Continued 

T. E. M.W. 

35 1 3 

36 1 3 

37 1 3 

38 1 3 

39 1 3 

40 1 3.... 

41 1 3... 

31 2 3 

32 2 3 

33 2 3 

34 2 3 

31 3 3 

32 3 3 

33 3 3 

34 3 3 

31 4 3 

32 4 3 

33 4 3 

34 4 3 

31 5 3 

32 6 3 : 

33 5 3 

34 5 3 

31 6 3 

32 6 3 

33 6 3 

34 6 3 (part) 

31 7 3 (part) 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Hanley 

Humboldt 

Lariigan 

Vonda 

Wadena 

Watrous 

Watson 

Wynyard 

Villages— T. R. M.W 

Allan 34 1 3 

Bradwell 34 2 3 

Bruno 38 25 2 

Colonsay 35 28 2 

Cudworth 40 26 2 

Dafoe 32 18 2 

' Dana 38 26 2 

Drake 32 22 2 

Dundurn 33 4 3 

Elfros 32 14 2 

Estow 35 1 3 

Englefeld 37 19 2 

Guernsey 33 23 2 

Howell 39 28 2 

Jansen 32 20 2 

Kandahar 32 17 2 

Kuroki 33 11 2 

Leslie 31 13 2 

Lake Lenore 39 21 2 

Lockwood 31 22 2 

Meaoham 36 27 2 

. Muenster : 37 21 2 

Naicam 40 18 2 

Quill Lake 36 16 2 



192 

227 

231 

191 

228 

393 

491 

, 181 

152 

164 

166 

213 

176 

123 

175 

187 

152 

114 

229 

100 

10 

33 

174 

119 

69 

32 

24 

157 

512 

312 
1,822 
426 
383 
544 
1,101 
396 
849 

197 

84 

311 

183 

331 

102 

75 

99 

197 

, 217 

146 

115 

122 

182 

164 

114 

84 

162 

119 

117 

90 

116 

119 

246 



80 
116 
174 
263 
185 
354 
387 

45 
184 
116 
167 

92 
102 
166 
143 
177 
132 
182 
181 

20 

59 

31 
121 
112 

81 



341 

381 
859 
392 
268 
255 
781 
211 
515 

139 

37 
95 



78 

66 

239 

103 

114 

173 

112 

63 



126 

101 

52 

163 



780 



5 
19 
45 

2 
29 



387 



112 

111 

57 

-72 

43 

39 

104 

136 

-32 

48 

-1 

21 

74 

-43 

32 

10 

20 

-68 

48 

80 

-49 

2 

53 

7 

-22 

23 

70 

171 

-69 

963 

34 

115 

289 

. 320 
185 
334 

• 58 

274 



-3 

33 

-42 

114 

32 

-51 

70 

101 



36 
16 
64 
83 



-393 



172 
113 
137 

18 
30 



103 



-46 



18 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Humboldt — Concluded 

Village— Concluded T. R. M.W 

St. Gregor 37 20 2 

Viscount 34 26 2 

Young 32 27 2 

Zelma 33 28 2 



Kindcrsley. 

T. R. 

25 5 

24 6 

25 6 

32 6 

33 6 
22 
23 



24 
25 
26 
27 
31 
32 
33 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
, 27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
20 
21 



9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 



M.W. 
3 (part).. 
3 (part). 
3 (part). 
3 (part). 
3 (part). 

3 

3 (part). 
3 (part). 
3 (part) . 
3 (part)., 
3 (part). 
3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



315 

310 

66 

44,772 

7 

1 

17 

84 

84 



72 
73 
47 

22,299 

4 
18 

7 

81 

129 



60 


56 


165 


115 


139 


92 


216 


139 


61 


58 


61 


40 


122 


132 


113 


110 


115 


55 


75 


59 


152 


87 


124 


50 


138 


90 


263 


131 


200 


140 


135 


114 


211 


173 


195 


128 


131 


132 


153 


124 


263 


198 


106 


78 


65 


80 


119 


90 


166 


97 


150 


44 


175 


35 


208 


69 


218 


148 


237 


251 


265 


187 


165 


139 


162 


199 


204 


181 


33 


39 


148 


75 


268 


60 


176 


46 


91 


53 


40 


_ 


101 


26 


157 


107 


221 


70 


245 


190 


173 


110 


158 


103 


44 


76 


153 


170 


4 


_ 


176 


56 



31 



243 

237 

19 

22,473 

3 

-17 

10 

3 
-45 

4 

50 

47 

77 

3 

21 

-10 

3 

60 

16 

65 

74 

48 

132 

60 

21 

38 

67 

-1 

29 

65 

28 

-15 

29 

69 

106 

140 

139 

70 

-14 

78 

26 

-37 

23 

-6 

73 

208 

130 

38 

75 

50 

151 

55 

63 

55 

-32 

-17 

120 



19 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 





Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Klndersley— Continued 
T. K. M.W. 
22 11 3 


148 

141 

75 

111 

137 

174 

165 

187 

153 

180 

186 

161 

124 

72 

30 

102 

86 

217 

149 

149 

190 

160 

160 

186 

21 

9 

26 

105 

60 

4 

180 

193 

195 

148 

176 

135 

18 

33 

41 

59 

63 

70 

65 

159 

176 

261 

218 

125 

149 

115 

184 

164 

120 

41 

97 

82 

26 

120 

1>8 

98 

190 

148 

196 


34 

4 

5 

1 

50 

90 

112 

173 

92 

93 

■ 137 

135 

12 

7 

2 

21 

46 

122 

81 

77 

165 

145 

191 

175 

2 

1 

41 

25 

78 

68 

79 

138 

148 

123 

118 

20 

1 

6 

21 

19 

82 

97 

84 

95 

172 

90 

99 

58- 

51 

99 

25 

61 

14 

32 

70 

73 

79 

136 

96 

88 

128 

44 


11 


114 

137 
70 

110 
87 
84 
' 53 
14 
61 
87 
49 
26 

112 
65 
28 
81 
40 
95 
68 
72 
25 
15 
-31 
11 

7 

25 

64 

35 

-74 

112 

114 

57 



53 

17 

-2 
32 
35 
38 
44 
-12 

-32 
75 
81 
89 

128 
26 
91 
64 
85 

139 
59 
27, 
65 
12 
-47 
41 
52 
2 

102 
20 

152 






23 11 3 




24 11 3 




25 11 3 




26 11 3 




27 11 3 




28 11 3 




29 11 3 




30 11 3 




31 11 3 




32 11 3 




33 11 3 




22 12 3 




23 12 3 




24 12 3 




25 12 3 




26 12 3 




27 12 3 




28 12 3 




29 12 3 




30 12 3 




31 12 3 




32 12 3 




33 12 3 




22 13 3 




23 13 3 




24 13 3 




25 13 3 ; 




26 13 3 




27 13 3 




28 13 3 ■ 




29 13 3 




30 13 3 




31 13 3 




32 13 3 




33 13 3 




20 14 3 (part) 


9 


■22 14 3 


23 14 3 




24 14 3 




25 14 3 




26 14 3 




27 14 3 




28 14 3 




29 14 3 




30 14 3 




31' 14 3 




32 14 3 




33 14 3 




20 15 3 (part) 




21 15 3 




22 15 3 




23 15 3 




24 15 3 




25 15 3 




26 15 3 




27 15 3 




28 15 3 




29 15 3 




30 15 3 




31 15 3 




32 15 3 




33 15 3 





40015—4 



20 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911, and 190i — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

KIndersley— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
20 16 3 (part) 


106 

148 

176 

161 

41 

82 

142 

129 

142 

214 

156 

182 

170 

140 

167 

68 

171 

138 

170 

32 

42 

79 

110 

163 

174 

140 

159 

147 

153 

168 

62 

53 

170 

87 

121 

100 

125 

89 

298 

139 

175 

135 

136 

252 

67 

•110 

100 

166 

93 

119 

212 

95 

148 

177 

168 

184 

76 

103 

127 

126 

101 

108 

115 


59 

113 

86 

51 

30 

14 

66 

62 

11 

54 

113 

107 

115 

32 

76 

23 

.62 

33 

53 

27 

16 
9 
15 
35 
72 

114 
83 
62 
50 
23 
47 

116 
48 
52 
37 
31 
46 

164 

. 79 
37 

146 
99 
98 
30 
42 
53 
65 
43 
41 
93 
50 
72 
72 

117 
81 
35 
47 
55 
68 
51 

147 
86 


1 
2 


47 

35 

90 

110 

11 

68 

76 

67 

131 

160 

43 

75 

55 

108 

91 

45 

109 

105 

117 

5 

63 

101 

148 

139 
68 
45 
64 
91 

118 
39 
6 
54 
39 
69 
63 
94 
43 

134 
60 

138 
-11 
37 
^ 154 
37 
68 
47 

101 
50 
78 

119 
45 
76 

105 
51 

103 
41 
66 
72 
58 
50 

-39 
29 






21 16 3 


_ 


22 16 3 

23 16 3...' 


- 


24 16 3 


^ 


25 16 3 


_ 


26 16 '3 


_ 


27 16 3 


_ 


28 16 3 


_ 


29 16 3 


_ 


30 16 3 


_ 


31 16 3 


_ 


32 16 3 


_ 


33 16 3 


_ 


34 16 3 


«. 


20 17 3 (part) 


?? 


21 17 3 




22 17 3 


^ 


23 17 3 . .... 




24 17 3 


_ 


25 17 3 


_ 


26 17 3 


_ 


27 17 3 


_ 


28 17 3 


_ 


29 17 3 


« 


30 17 3 


_ 


31 17 3 




32 17 3 .... 


_ 


33 17 3 


_ 


34 17 3 


_ 


21 18 3 (part) 


n 


22 18 3 (part) 




23 l8 3 


_ 


24 18 3 


_ 


25 18 3 


_ 


26 18 3 


_ 


27 18 3 


_ 


28 18 3 ' 


_' 


29 18 3 . 




30 18 3 




31 18 3 




32 18 3 




33 18 3 




34 18 3 




23 19 3 (part) ... 




24 19 • 3 


_ 


25 19 3 




26 19 3 




27 19 3 




28 19 3 




29 19 3 




30 19 3 




31 19 3 




32 19 3 




33 19 3 




34 19 3 




23 ' 20 3 (part) 




24 20 3.... 


_ 


25 20 3 




26 20 3 




27 20 3 .. . • 




28 20 3 


_ 


29 20- Z..: 


_ 



21 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Klndersley— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

30 20 3 

31 20 3 

32 20 3 

33 20 3 

34 20 3 

23 21 3 (part) 

24 21 3 

25 21 3 

26 21 3 

27 21 3 

28 21 3 

29 21 3 

30 21 3 

31 21 . -3 

32 21 3 

33 21 3 

34 21 3 

24 22 3 (part) 

25 22 3 

26 22 3 

27 22 3 

28 22 3 

29 22 3 

30 22 3 

31 22 3 

32 22 3 

33 22 3 .. 

34 22 3 

24 23 3 (part) 

25 23 3 

26 23 3 

27 23 3 

28 23 3 

29 23 3 

30 23 3 

31 23 3 

32 23 3 

33 23 3 

34 23 3 

24 24 3 (part) 

25 24; 3 

26 24 3 : 

27 24 3 

28 24 3 

29 24 3 

30 24 3 

31 24; 3 

32 24 3 

33 24 3 

34 24 3 

23 25 3 (part) 

24 25 3 

25 25 3 

26 25 3 

27 25 3 

28 25 3 

29 25 3 

30 25 3 

31 25 3 

32 25 3 

33 25 3 

34 25 3 

23 26 3 (part) 

40015— 4 i 



Population 



1921 



132 
114 
153 
141 
102 

26 

84 
146 

87 
126 
143 
140 

68 

73 
197 
100 
133 

35 
141 
188 

82 
109 
186 
ll6 

93 
137 
114 
153 

85 
140 
155 
135 

82 
122 
167 
241 
142 

99 
129 

57 
110 

60 
109 
159 
127 
145 
111 

73 

34 
150 

63 

82 
144 
160 
170 
273 
103 

86 

97 

65 
138 

97, 

15 



1911 



58 
40 
77 

109 
57 
29 
65 
69 
59 
52 
64 

132 
38 
61 
79 
60 
65 
6 
41 
70 
73 
79 

135 
56 
98 
54 

113 
74 
33 
30 
52 

123 
93 

118 
81 
84 
36 
83 

108 
7 
15 
71 
71 
94 

143 
89 
65 
34 
56 

110 
19 
61 
13 
47 
74 



55 
18 
41 
84 



1901 



15 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



74 

74 

76 

32 

45 

-3 

19 

77 

28 

74 

79 

8 

30 

12 

118 

40 

68 

29 

100 

118 

9 

30 

50 

60 

-5 

83 

1 

79 

52 

110 

103 

■ 12 

-11 

4 

86 

157 

106 

16 

21 

50 

95 

-11 

38 

65 

-16 

56 

46 

39 

-22 

40 

44 

21 

131 

113 

96 

184 

35 

31 

79 

24 

54 

31 

14 



1911 
over 
1901 



-14 



22 

TABLE 5, Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (-) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHFWAN-Continued 
f 

Klndersley— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
24 26 3 


70 

82 

177 

123 

132 

111 

110 

137 

93 

101 

137 

34 

25 

34 

179 

112 

104 

270 

177 

157 

129 

156 

90 

96 

115 

46 

120 

101 

151 

114 

120 

105 

104 

120 

57 

51 

95 

89 

87 

57 

72 

44 

75 

6 

51 

24 

3 

360 
788 
1,003 
704 
865 
245 

58 
46 
122 
136 
286 
171 
185 
70 


46 
34 
64 
51 
45 
34 
26 
50 
41 
41 
56 

3 
21 

3 
84 
62 
31 
115 
93 
75 
40 
33 
44 

31 
86 
49 
53 
14 
16 
19 

2 
39 
59 
20 
10 

3 
11 
10 

175 
320 
456 
685 
317 
"264 

59 
117 


- 


24 
48 

113 
72 
87 
77 
84 
87 
52 
60 
81 
31 
4 
31 
95 
50 
73 

155 
84 
82 
89 

123 
46 

70 
65 
65 
67 
91 
88 
101 

85 
18 
13 
24 
65 
3 
40 
14 

185 
468 
547 
19 
548 
-19 

63 
19 






25 26 3 




26 26 3 




27 26 3 




28 26 3 




29 26 3 




30 26 3 




31 26 3 




32 26 3 




33 26 3 




34 26 3 




23 27 3 (part) 




24 27 3 




25 27 3 




26 27 3 




27 27 3 




28 27 3 




29 27 3 




30 27 3 




31 27 3 




32 27 3 




33 27 3 




34 27 3 




23 28 3 (part) 




24 28 3. 




25 28 3 




26 28 3 




27 28 3 




28 28 3 




29 28 3 




30 28 ■ 3 




31 28 3 




32 28 3 




33 28 3 




34 28 3 




23 29 3 (part) 




24 29 3 




25 29 3 




26 29 3 




27 29 3 




28 29 3 




29 29 3 




30 29 3 




31 29 3 




32 29 3 




33 29 3 




34 29 3 




Towns— 




Kerrobert 




Kindersley 




Outlook 




Roaetown 








Villages— T. R. M.W. 

Ardath 30 9 3 

Birsay 25 7 3 

Bounty 29 10 3 

Brook 28 20 3 

Conquest 30 9 3 

Dinsmore 27 11 3 

Dodsland 33 20 3 

. Druid 33 20 3 


- 



23 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914,' and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Core. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Klndersley— Concluded 

Villages— Concluded T. R. M.W 

Dunblane 26 7 3 

Estonia 26 25 3 

Elrose 26 15 3 

Eston 25 20 3 

Flaxcombe 29 26 3 

Glidden 26 23 3 

Harris 32 12 3 

Herschell 31 17 3 

Hughton 26 14 3 

Kelfield 34 19 3 

Laura 33 9 3 

Loverna 31 29 3 

Lucky Lake 23 8 3 

Macrorie 27 8 3 

Major 33 26 3 

Marengo 29 27 3 

McGee 29 16 3 

Milden 29 11 3 

Netherhill 29 21 3 

Plato 25 18 3 

Plenty 32 19 3 

Richlea 26 19 3 

Smiley 31 25 3 

Sovereign 29 13 3 

Stranraer 32 18 3 

Swanson 31 9 3 

Tessier 33 11 3 

Wise'ton 27 12 3 

Last Mountain 

T. R. M.W. 

25 11 2 

26 11 2 

27 11 2 

28 11 2 

29 11 2 

30 U 2 

25 12 2 

26 12 2 

27 12 2 

28 12 2..... 

29 12 2 

30 12 2 

25 13 2 

26 13 2 

27a 13 2 

27 13 2 

28 13 2 

29 13 2 

30 13 2 

25 14 2 - 

26 14 2 ■ 

27a 14 2 

27 14 2 

28 14 2 

29 14 2 

30 14 2 

25 15 2 

26 15 2: 

27a 15 2 

. 27 15 2 

28 15 2 

29 15 ■ 2 



Population 



1921 



161 

205 

217 

318 

116 

80 

258 

127 

88 

92 

195 

202 

112 

154 

64 

88 

38 

151 

125 
135 
83 
90 
142 
63 
59 
68 
75 

50,055 

371 
406 
355 
390 
330 
221 
282 
342 
202 
251 
400 
255 
171 
260 

66 
225 
315 
185 
348 
143 
144 

83 
108 
176 
252 
264 
179 
263 

76\ 

84/ 
121 
212 



1911 



106 



82 



80 
128 



65 



33,093 

191 
200 
108 
453 
220 
200 
181 
332 

240 

376 

251 

126 

108 

48 

206 

196 

141 

259 

122 

147 

17 

85 

83 

77 

168 

142 

199 

148 

140 
92 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
19U 



1,575 

30 

2 



12 
61 

10 

5 
4 

25 



19 
36 



30 
64 



75 



152 



113 



34 

7 



16,962 

180 
206 
247 
-63 
110 

21 
101 

10 

11 

24 

4 

45 

152 
18 
19 

119 
44 
89 
21 

—3 
66 
23 
93 

175 
96 
37 
64 
12 

-19 
120 



1911 
over 
1901 



31,518 

161 
198 

447 

188 
120 



371 
247 



83 



128 
49 



169 
84 



17 



24 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
-' the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Last Mountain— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 



30 


15 


25 


16 


26 


16 


27a 


16 


27 


16 


28 


16 


29 


16 


30 


16 


31 


17 


22 


17 


23 


17 


24 


17 


25 


17 


26 


17 


27 


17 


28 


17 


29 


17 


30 


17 


21 


18 


22 


18 


23 


18 


24 


18 


25 


18 


26 


18 


27 


18 


28 


18 


29 


18 


30 


18 


21 


19 


22 


19 


23 


19 


24 


19 


25 


19 


26 


19 


27 


19 


28 


19 


29 


19 


30 


19 


20 


20 


21 


20 


22 


20 


23 


20 


24 


20 


25 


20 


26 


20 


27 


20 


28 


20 


29 


20 


30 


20 


20 


21 


21 


21 


22 


21 


23 


21 


24 


21 


25 


21 


26 


21 


27 


21 


28 


21 


29 


21 


30 


21 


31 


22 


22 


22 


23 


22 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2......... 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part).. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part).. 
2 (part).. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2.; 

2 

2 (part).. 
2 (part).. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part). 

2 

2 



Population 



1921 



507 
246 
179 

181 
146/ 
204 

85 
332 
133 
226 
265 
339 
300 
155 
116 
133 

75 
120 
129 
324 
411 
218 
217 
256 
273 
198 



70 
295 
256 
290 
233 
226 
225 
215 
251 
241 
8 
208 
254 
338 
258 
238 
233 
474 
284 
214 

99 

64 
229 
270 
265 
114 
124 
223 

40 
229 
188 
251 

73 
179 
226 



1911 



354 
201 

85 

79 

83 

54 

33 

63 

160 

163 

207 

300 

95 

102 

166 

50 

37 

59 

184 

281 

166 

142 

228 

240 

179 

46 

194 

21 

94 

240 

169 

157 

196 

143 

179 

193 

100 

24 

124 

37 

274 

168 

166 

150 

159 

239 

142 

35 

10 

174 

166 

188 

189 

90 

158 

178 

137 

134 

144 

53 

108 

163 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



11 



7 
20 



2 

80 
57 
18 
66 



153 
45 
94 

85 

121 
31 

299 
70 
66 

102 

132 

60 
14 
-33 
25 
83 
70 

140 

130 
52 
75 
28 
33 
19 
42 
-95 
49 

201 
16 

121 
76 
30 
82 
36 
58 

141 

-16 

84 

217 
64 
90 
72 
83 

315 
45 
72 
64 
54 
55 

104 
77 

-75 
34 
65 
-138 
92 
•54 

107 
20 
71 
63 



25 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



19U 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 . 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Last Mountain — Continued 

T. R. M..W. 

24 22 2 

25 22 2 

26 22 2 

. 27 22 2 

28 22 2 

29 22 2 

30 22 2 

22 23 2 (part) 

23 23 2 

24 23 2 

25 23 2 

26 23 2 

27 23 2 

28 23 2 

29 23 2 

30 23 2 

23 24 2 

24 24 2 

25 24 2 

26 24 2 

27 24 2 1. 

28 24 2 

29 24 2 

30 24 2 

23 25 2 

24 25 2 

25 25 2 

26 25 2 

27 25 2 

28 25 2 

29 25 2 

30 25 2 

. 23 26 2 

24 26 2 

25 26 2 

26 26 2 

27 26 2 

28 26 2 

29 26 2 

30 26 2 

23 27 2 

24 27 2 

25 27 2 

26 27 2 

27 27 2 

28 27 2 

29 27 2 

30 27 2 

23 28 2 

24 28 2 

. 25 28 2 

26 28 2 

27 28 2 

28 28 2 

29 28 2 

30 28 2 

23 29 2 

, 24 29 2 

25 29 2 

26- 29 2 

27 29 2 

28 29 2 

29 29 2 



203 
250 
328 
305 
158 
226 
240 

67 
153 
193 
254 
248 
202 
110 
108 
159 
312 
191 

97 
142 
139 
222 
214 
215 
252 
159 
182 
297 
218 
234 
228 
221 
133 
122 
172 
206 
202 
177 
175 
216 
200 
231 
149 
124 
132 
106 
123 
118 
186 
187 
204 
139 
161 
201 
156 
155 

98 
104 
108 
108 

98 

36 



203 
217 
183 
233 
125 
227 
177 

55 
140 
136 
173 
191 
153 
137 
123 
155 
178 
185 
106 
139 

76 
152 
175 
168 
290 
187 
122 
128 
143 
270 
208 
146 

75 
110 

87 
128 
129 
115 

80; 

132 

149 

149 

99 

89 

74 

75 

2 

20 

108 

140 

132 

94 

120 

117 

16 

4 

89 

60 

63 

46 

100 

26. 



46 



25 
13 





33 

145 

72 

33 

-1 

63 

12 

13 

57 

81 

57 

49 

-27 

-15 

4 

134 

6 

-9 

3 

63 

70 

39 

47 

-38 

-28 

60 

169 

75 

-36 

20 

75 

58 

12 

85 

78 

73 

62 

95 

84 

51 

82 

50 

35 

58 

31 

121 

98 

78 

47 

72 

45 

41 

84 

140 

151 

9 

44 
45 
62 
-2 
10 



157 



30 
127 



■171 



131 



26 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Last Mountain— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

30 29 : 2 

23 1' 3 

24 1 3 

25 1 3 

26 1 3 

27 1 3 

28 1 3 

29 1 3 

30 1 3 

23 2.3 (part)... 

24 2; 3 

25 2 3 

26 2 3 

27 2 3 

28 2 3 

29 2 3 

30 2 3 

23 3 3 

.24 3 3... 

25 3 3 

26 3 3 

27 3 3 

28 3 3 

29 3 3 

30 3 3 

■24 4 3 (part) 

25 4 3 

26 4 3 

27 4 3 

28 4 3 

29 4 3 

30 4 3 

25 5 3 (part) 

26 5 3 

27 5 3 

28 5 3 

29 5 3 

30 5 3 

25 6 3 

26 6 3 

27 6 3 

28 6 3 

29 6 3 

30 6 3 

27 7 3 (part) 

28 7 3 

29 7 3 ; 

30 7 3 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Craik 

Davidson 

Govan 

Nokomis 

Strassburg 

Villages— T. R. M.W 

Aylesbury 23 27 2 

Bladworth 28 1 3 

Broderick 29 7 3 

Bulyea 23 21 2 

Craven 20 21 2 

Duval 25 22 2 

Earl Grey 23 20 2 



51 
150 
181 
188 
167 
173 
175 
141 
147 

65 
182 
143 

71 
191 
149 
215 
208 
4 

82 
164 
109 
117 

99 
144 
191 

86 
253 
220 
178 
199 
138 
163 
202' 
201 
300 
277 
200 
137 

36 
188 
211 
280 
197 
165 
141 
326 
244 
225 
706 

570 
652 
495 
547 
,514 

115 
198 
120 
98 
112 
133 
269 



2 

63 

74 

128 

121 

140 

167 

67 

56 

53 

105 

48 

37 

115 

80 

150 

86 

50 

101 

82 

66 

51 

102 

140 

96 

150 

102 

79 

62 

91 

133 

183 

108 

193 

177 

■ 82 

87 

38 

181 

123 

157 

115 

34 

64 

243 

210 

190 

583 

435 
389 
390 
374 
811 

72 
164 
130 
117 
77 
81 
154 



102 



482 



49 
87 

107 
60 
46 
33 
8 
74 
91 
12 
77 
95 
34 
76 
69 
65 

122 

32 
63 
27 
51 
48 
42 
51 
-10 

103 

118 
99 

137 
47 
30 
19 
93 

107 

100 

118 
50 

-2 

7 

88 

123 
82 

131 
77 
83 
34 
35 

123 

135 

263 
105 
173 

-2^7 

43 
34 
-10 
-19 
35 
52 
115 



27 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Last Mountain — Concluded 

ViUagBB— Continued T. R. M.W 

Elbow 25 5 3 

Foam Lake 30 11 2 

Girvin 25 29 2 

Glenside 29 6 3 

Hawarden 28 5 3 

Holdfast 23 24 2 

Imperial 27 25 2 

Ituna 25 11 2 

Jasmin 26 12 2 

Kelliher 26 13 2 

Kenaston 29 2 3 

Leross 27a 14 2 

Lestock 27 14 2 

Liberty 25 25 2 

Loreburn 26 5 3 

Markinch 23 17 2 

Penzance 24 25 2 

Punnichy 28 17 2 

Quinton 28 18 2 

Raymore 28 18 2 

Semans 28 20 2 

Silton :... 21 21 2 

Simpson 29 25 2 

Southey 23 18 2 

Strongfield 27 5 3 

Tate 28 21 2 

Venn 30 24 2 

Mackenzie 

T. R. MW 

27 30 1 (part) 

28 30 1 • 

29 30 1 

32 30 1 

33 30 1 ; 

34 30 1 

35 30 1 

36 30 1 

37 30 1 

27 31 1 (part) 

28 31 1 

29 31 1 

30 31 1 ....' 

31 31 1 

32 31 1 

33 31 1 

34 31 1 

35 31 1 

28 32 1 

29 32 1 

30 32 1 .• 

31 32 1 

32 32 1 ■. 

33 32 1 

34 32 1 

35 32 1-. 

36 32 1 

28 33 1 

29 33 1 

30 33 1 

31 33 1 

32 33 1 

33 33 1 

40015—5 



Population 



1921 



286 
451 
132 
165 
237 
217 
305 
335 

83 
320 
217 
■ 86 
280 
161 
180 
172 

98 
200 

97 
280 
450 

98 
217 
324 
119 

'98 

67 

55,629 

227 

323 

195 

93 

566 

375 

288 

94 

1 

3 

383 

389 

249 

172 

240 

478 

227 

227 

374 

510 

103 

143 

170 

315 

221 

177 

48 

42 

46 

20 

7 

11 

16 



1911 



221 

185 

39 

54 

126 



95 
130 
220 
185 
114 



135 
54 

73 

76 

126 

194 



157 

54 
58 

36,940 

125 
260 
164 

444 

717 
242 
251 

19 
297 
394 

92 
114 

99 
366 
660 
390 
342 
638 
113 

44 
114 
146 
115 

82 

23 

135 

8 

6 
14 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



11,981 

7 

5 

332 

77 
449 



221 
154 



7 
323 



226 
223 



20 
238 
333 



1921 
over 
1911 



65 
266 

93 
111 
111 



240 
-47 

100 

32 

-28 



45 
118 

127 

21 

154 

256 



167 

44 
9 

18,689 

102 
63 
31 

• 122 

-342 

46 

-157 

-16 

86 

-5 

157 

58 

141 

112 

-433 

-163 

32 

-128 

-10 

99 

56 

169 

106 

95 

19 

-89 

12 

5 
2 



1911 
over 
1901 



21,956 

118 

255 

-168 

367 
268 



76 
240 



93 
43 



116 
415 



94 
-92 
-218 



28 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cow. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Mackenzie— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
28 



29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

40 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

41 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
41 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 . 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.: 

2.. 
2.: 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
. 2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2., 
2., 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 



Population 



1921 



496 
560 
587 
321 
166 
388 
298 
128 
249 
192 
408 
538 
578 
290 
227 
356 
341 
342 
458 
37 
10 
7 
339 
270 
332 
358 
426 
487 
254 
362 
243 
442 
331 
416 
13 
1 
222 
254 
363 
377 
447 
410 
218 
341 
218 
285 
331 
369 
74 
2 
2 
416 
248 
327 
446 
368 
365 
190 
284 
228 
310 
348 
281 



1911 



272 
579 
635 
421 
213 
269 
199 

69 
140 

44 
447 
555 
638 
372 

89 
280 
220 

78 

11 



335 
202 
161 
289 
429 
418 
350 
369 
232 
345 
129 
90 



238 
158 
430 
265 
389 
406 
232 
212 
150 
207 
191 
160 



296 
147 
294 
198 
203 
560 
124 
215 
183 
225 
190 
178 



1901 



177 

611 

86 

384 

5 

172 



290 
322 
211 
410 
73 
7 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



224 

-19 

-48 

-100 

-47 

119 

99 

59 

109 

148 

- 39 

-17 

-60 

-82 

138 

76 

121 

264 

447 



108 


4 


109 


68 


72 


171 


220 


69 


312 


-3 


177 


69 


287 


-96 


12 


-7 


9 


11 




97 


„ 


202 


- 


326 


145 


-16 


154 


96 


228 


-67 


149 


112 


287 


58 


239 


4 


33 


-14 


3 


129 


85 


68 


136 


78 


11 


140 




209 


70 


120 


47 


101 


71 


33 


55 


248 


37 


. • 165 


532 


-195 




66 


_ 


69 


6 


45 


5 


85 


13 


158 


20 


1 . 103 



1911 
over 
1901 



29 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 
Mackenzie — Continued 



T. 

37 

38 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

25 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

25 

26 

27 

28 



R. 
5 
5 
6 



M.W. 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 



9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

10 



2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2, 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

■2. 

2. 

2. 

2., 

2. 

2. 

2., 

2., 

2. 

2. 



336 
67 
330 
238 
314 
308 
528 
498 
249 
363 
373 
457 
269 
208 
70 
264 
307 
304 
338 
370 
503 
282 
389 
323 
313 
315 
94 



99 
22 
203 
102 
136 
257 
275 
396 
457 
335 
341 
385 
184 



183 
233 
131 
314 
340 
226 
222 
248 
284 
181 
19 
188 



377 


195 


348 


200 


284 


123 


453 


304 


473 


352 


253 


312 


179 


105 


271 


244 


215 


138 


158 


46 


183 


40 


93 


15 


73 


1 


9 


_ 


487 


311 


181 


84 


277 


125 


354 


269 


460 


138 


131 


137 


106 


105 


164 


137 


97 


62 


286 


90 


166 


128 


32 


12 


8 




1 


_ 


14 


_ 


1 


_ 


404 


325 


14 


_ 


11 


7 


302 


120 



209 
104 



148 
79 
61 
91 

131 
42 



31 

11 

5 

201 

267 



5 

6 

34 
5 

18 



40015— 5J 



237 

45 

127 

136 

178 

51 

253 

102 

-208 

28 

32 

72 

85 

119 

81 
74 

173 
24 
30 

277 
60 

141 
39 

132 

296 
-94 

182 

148 

161 

149 

121 

-59 

74 

27 

77 

112 

143 

78 

72 

176 
97 

152 
85 

322 

-6 

1 

27 

35 

196 
38 
20 



79 

4 
182 



15 

180 

66 

80 

234 



248 
231 



35 
154 

70 
223 
209 
184 

246 



164 
189 
118 
103 
85 



236 



306 

119 

104 
132 

87 



-2 
116 



30 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cow. 















Increase (+) 




ricts 






Population 




or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Dist 








1921 


1911 










1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN- 


-Continued 














Mackenzle— Concluded 


















T. B. M.W. 


















29 10 2 








323 
326 
136 
147 
266 
141 
164 
199 
128 
115 
26 
21 
522 


268 

187 
47 
59 

199 
77 
42 

103 
57 
17 

482 


29 

2 

5 
637 


55 
139 
89 
88 
67 
64 
122 
96 
71 
98 

40 


— 


30 10 2 


158 


31 10 2 


45 


32 10 2 


- 


33 10 2 


194 


34 10 2 


- 


35 10 2 


- 


36 10 2 


- 


37 10 2 


- 


38 10 2 


— 


39 10 2 


- 


40 10 2 


- 


Indian Reserves 


-155 


Towns — 


























1,230 
2,002 
5,151 


435 

473 

2,309 


700 


795 
1,529 
2,842 


"" 


Kamsack 


~ 




1,609 


Villages — 


T. 


R. M.W. 




Arran 


34 


31 


1 


142 


— 


~ 


~ 




Buchanan 


.31 


6 


2 


361 


228 


- 


133 


~ 


Hubbard 


.25 


10 


2 


79 


45 


- 


34 


"" 


Hyas 


.34 


2 


2 


95 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


Insinger 


.29 


8 


.2 


76 


- 


~" 


54 
14 




Invermay 


.33 


9 


2 


147 


93 


~ 




Margo 


.33 


10 


2 


97 


83 


~ 




Norquay 

Pelley 


.34 
..33 


1 
32 


2 
1 


198 
288 


82 


- 


206 


- 


Preeceville 


..34 


5 


2 


319 


- 


~ 


~ 






32 


7 . 


2 


127 


— 


~ 


~ 




Sheho 


.30 


9 


2 


206 


107 


- 


99 


~ 


Springside 


..27 


6 


2 


170 


123 


— 


47 




Stenen 


..34 


3 


2 


195 


— 


~ 






Sturgis 


..34 


4 


2 


179 


- 


" 


94 




Theodore 


.28 


7 


2 


287 


193 


- 




Togo 


..28 


30 


1 


298 


111 


- 


187 


~ 


Verigin 


.30 


1 


2 


299 


- 


— 


~ 




Willowbrook 


..2b 


6 


2 


98 


~ 








Ufanle Creeic 








56,0S4 


19,730 


. 1,47S 


36,334 


18,25 


T. R. M.W. 
1 1 3 


70 

69 

46 

50 

83 

162 

187 

205 

2 

66 

69 

92 

162 

210 

242 

195 

2 

100 

73 

128 


3 
12 

4 
20 
33 
116 
84 
83 

19 

1 

37 

67 

46 

155 

133 

38 
57 


26 
66 


67 
57 
42 
30 
50 
46 
103 
122 

47 
68 
55 
95 
164 
87 
62 

35 
71 




2 1 3 




3 1 3 




4 1 3 




5 1 3" 




6 1 3 




7 1 3 




8 1 3 




1 2 3 




2 2 3 




3 2 3 




4 2 3 




5 2 3 








7 2 3 




8 2 3 




1 3 3 




2 3 3 




3 3 3 




4 3 3 .' 





31 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Maple 

T. 
5 

6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
1 
4 
S 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



Creek- 
R. 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6. 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



— Continued 
M.W. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3.... 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



Population 



1921 



1911 



179 


80 


196 


68 


255 


170 


174 


97 


100 


1 


70 


1 


78 


1 


71 


28 


99 


5 


164 


18 


182 


98 


278 


84 


18 


_ 


88 


23 


107 


30 


174 


31 


144 


53 


150 


49 


243 


138 


11 




73 


24 


111 


16 


166 


65 


1S5 


90 


206 


99 


178 


114 


23 


_ 


29 


_ 


49 


3 


151 


26 


215 


133 


160 


61 


219 


94 


135 


86 


44 




130 


_ 


32 


1 


100 


37 


85 


49 


212 


52 


181 


65 


173 


98 


3 




63 


_ 


50 


_ 


100 


8 


134 


25 


152 


56 


146 


41 


176 


55 


2 


_ 


57 


9 


144 


23 


195 


22 


158 


69 


185 


69 


34 


8 


19 


9 


25 




22 


_ 


77 


20 


129 


73 


135 


72 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



128 
85 
77 
99 
69 
77 
43 
94 

146 
84 

194 

65 

77 

143 

91 

101 

105 

49 

95 
101 

65 
107 

64 



46 
125 

82 

99 
125 

49 



31 
63 
36 
160 
116 
75 



92 
109 

96 
105 
121 

48 
121 
173 

89 
116 

26 

10 



57 
56 
63 



1911 
over 
1901 



32 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts . 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Maple Creek— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
8 11 3 r 


255 

91 

12 

31 

51 

16 

126 

125 

171 

29 

37 

107 

65 

96 

69 

152 

42 

18 

8 

9 

7 

63 

86 

92 

82 

93 

95 

5 

2 

136 

145 

71 

84 

128 

66 

42 

10 

152 

83 

49 

116 

61 

16 

■ 37 

165 

158 

79 

64 

109 

62 

57 

47 

158 

249 

170 

208 

162 

204 

172 

227 

163 

102 

227 


66 

4 

3 

22 

59 
27 
90 

10 
23 
11 
3 
6 
44 

10 

4 

12 

12 

38 

15 

23 

11 

1 

6 

25 

55 

9 

35 

19 

11 

8 

8 

6 

5 

50 

30 

15 

6 

1 

.24 

71 

6 

10 

72 

11 

38 

16 

42 

125 

146 

138 

107' 

169 

153 

293 

98 

18 


9 


189 

8 
28 
29 

67 
98 
81 

27 
■ -84 
54 
93 
63 
108 

-1 
3 
51 
74 
54 
67 
70 
84 
4 

-4 

111 
90 
62 
49 

109 

55 

34 

2 

146 
78 

-1 
86 
46 
10 
36 

141 
87 
73 
54 
37 
51 
' 19 
31 

116 

124 
24 
70 
55 
35 
19 
-66 
65 
84 






1 12 3 


_ 


2 12 3 


_ 


3 12 3 


_ 


4 12 3 


_ 


5 12 3 


_ 


6 12 3 '. 


_ 


7 12 3 


_ 


8 12 3 


_ 


1 13 3 


_ 


3 13 3 


- 


4 13 3 


_ 


5 13 3 ...■ 


_ 


6 13 3 


_ 


7 13 3 


_ 


8 13 3 


„ 


1 14 3 


_ 


2 14 3 


_ 


3 14 3 '. 


_ 


4 14 3 


_ 


5 14 3 


_ 


6 14 3 


_ 


7 14 3 


. 


8 14 3 


_ 


1 15 3 


_ 


2 15 3 


„ 


3 15 3 


_ 


4 15 3 


_ 


5 15 3 


_ 


7 15 3 


_ 


8 15 3 


. 


1 16 3 


_ 


2 16 3 '■■ 


_ 


3 16 3 


_ 


4 16 3 ■ 


_ 


5 16 3 . 


_ 


6 16 3 


_ 


8 16 3 


_ 


1 17 3 


_ 


2 i 17 3 


_ 


3 17 3 i 


_ 


4 17 3 


_ 


5 17 3. 


_ 


6 17 3 


_ 


7 17 3 


_ 


8 17 3 


_ 


1 18 3 


_ 


2 18 3 


_ 


3 18 3 


_ 


4 18 3 


_ 


5 18 3 


. 


6 18 3 


_ 


7 18 3 


_ 


8 18 3 


_ 


9 18 3 


_ 


10 18 3. 


_ 


11 18 .3 


_ 


12 18 3 


_ 


13 18 3 


_ 


14 18 3 


284 


15 18 3 .; 




16 18 3 


_ 


17 18 3 


- 



33 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911, and 1901 — Con.. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 • 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN-Continued 

Maple Creek — Continued. 
T. R. M.W. 
18 18 3 ■ 


238 
225 
158 

84 

77 
106 
143 
168 
160 
190 
169 
182 
185 
168 
232 
194 
129 
161 
132 
209 
246 
180 
194 
212 
140 

27 
6' 
108 

89 

81 
107 

87 
140 
233 
160 
101 
116 
138 
120 
159 

73 
114 
153 
255 
225 
162 
168 

85 
129 

23 

16 

99 
114 

97 
106 

83 
146 

84 
155 
181 

87 
142 
165 


121 
116 

84 

26 

28 
56 
58 
67 

118 
95 
54 

124 
55 

141 

148 
79 

119. 
83 
61 
72 
96 
65 
78 

111 
4 

28. 

89 

29 

45 

64 

112 
50 
77 

129 
67 

162 
40 

41 
27 
47 
68 
105 
104 
59 
35 
17 

23 
21 
58 
26 
24 
66 
53 
84 
62 
33 
132 
107 


5 
25 

4 
19 

7 
6 

66 

2 

7 

. 6 

13 


117 
109 

74 
58 

78 
87 

no 

93 

72 

74 

128 

61 

113 

91 

46 

50 

42 

49 

148 

174 

84 

129 

134 

29 

23 

61 

-8 

78 

42 

76 

121 

110 

. 24 

. .^13 

71 

-42 

119 

. . 73 
. . 126 

208 

157 

. 57 

64 

. 26 

94 

6 

' ." 76 

.... 93 

39 

80 

59 

... 80 

.... 31 

71 

.119 

. . 54 

... 10 

58 




19 18 3 


_ 


20 18 3 


_ 


21 18 3 (part) 


_ 


1 19 3 


_ 


2 19 3 


_ 


3 19 3 


_ 


4 19 3 


_ 


5 19 3 


_ 


6 19 3 


_ 


7 19 3 


_ 


8 19 3 


_ 


9 19 3 


_ 


10 19 3 


_ 


11 19 3 


136 


12 19 3 




13 19 3 


54 


14 19 3 




15 19 3 


_ 


16 19 3 


_ 


17 19 3 


_ 


18 19 3 


, _ 


19 19 3 


_ 


20 19 3 


_ 


21 19 3 


_ 


■ 22 19 3 ' 


■■ _ 


23 19 3 (part) 


_ 


1 20 3 .... 


■ : _ 






3 20 3 


■ _ 


4 20 3 


_ 


5 20 3 


_ 


6 20 3 


_ 


7 20 3 


_ 


■ 8 20 3 


46 


9 20 3 


58 


10 20 3 




11 20 3 


_ 


12 20 3 


155 


13 20 3 


34 


14 20 3 ■• 

15 20 3 






_ 


17 20 3 


_ 




_ 


19 20 3 


_ 




_ 


21 20 3 


_ 




_ 


23 20 3 (part) 


- 


1 21 3 


_ 


2 21 3 


.' - 


3 21 3 . 


_ 


4 21 3 ,. . 

5 21 3 •. 


- 


6 21 3 


-42 


7 21 3 '. 


_ 


8 21 3 ■. :. . 

9 21 3 '. 


- 


10 21 3 : 


■ 60 


11 21 3 


26 


12 21 3 '. . 


M26 


13 21 3 


94 



34 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 ■ 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHFW AN— Continued 

Maple Creek— Continued 
T. K. M.W. 
14 21 3 


75 

96 

100 

185 

143 

256 

245 

223 

91 

42 

12 

72 

89 

104 

74 

98 

36 

49 

63 

85 

115 

152 

59 

61 

131 

65 

25 

57 

45 

199 

163 

126 

47 

98 

73 

11 

140 

126 

90 

112 

85 

107 

112 

32 

14 

22 

84 

12 

15 

86 

160 

183 

41 

3 

53 

75 

20 

3 

63 

27 

62 


4 
33 
15 
27 

9 
70 
52 
74 
39 
30 

4 
20 
33 

21 
15 
• 36 
50 
62 
64 

2 
33 
35 

6 

6 
v-7 

7 
56 
65 

1 

3 

15 

29 
21 
89 
58 
80 
26 
1 
23 
23 

10 
6 

42 

63 

11 

1 

11 
14 
15 
37 


5 

38 
30 

23 
38 
37 


71 

63 

85 

158 

134 

186 

193 

149 

52 

12 

68 
69 
71 

77 

21 

13 

13 

23 

,51 

150 

26 

26 

125 

50 
38 

143 
98 

125 

70 

111 
61 
91 

-4 

49 

32 

6 

13 

-1 
61 

9 

118 

120 

30 

2 

-8 
49 
12 
25 




15 21 3 


_ 


16 21 3 


_ 


17 21 3 


_ 


18 21 3 


_ 


19 21 3 


_ 


20 21 3 


_ 


21 21 ■ 3 


- 


22 21. 3 


- 


23 21 3 fnart) 


- 


1 22 3 


_ 


2 22 3 


_ 


3 22 3 


_ 


4 22 3 


- 


5 22 3 


- 


6 22 3 


- 


7 22 3 


_ 


8 22 3 


31 


9 22 3 


_ 


10 22 ' 3 


24 


11 22 3 


34 


12 22 3 


— 


13 22 3 


_ 


14 22 3 


_ 


15 22 3 


- 


16 22 3 


— 


17 22 3 


— 


18 22 3 


- 


19 22 3 


- 


20 22 3 .,.. 

21 22 3 


- 


22 22 3 


- 


23 22 3 


- 


1 23 3 


- 


2 23 3 


- 


3 23 3 ■ 


- 


4 23 3 


- 


5 23 3 


- 


6 23 3 


- 


7 23 3 


- 


8 23 3 


- 


9 23 3 


- 


10 23 3 


35 


11 23 3 


42 


12 23 3 

13 23 3 


^11 


14 23 3 '. 


- 


15 23 3 


- 


16 23 3 


- 


17 23 3 .. 


— 


18 23 3 


- 


20 23 3 


— 


21 23 3 ■ 


- 


22 23 3 ■ 


- 


23 23 3 


- 


24 23 3 (part) 


- 


1 24 3 


- 


2 24 3 


- 


3 24 3 


- 


4 24 3 


- 


5 24 3 


- 


6 24 3 


- 


7 24 3 ; 


- 



35 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Sfaple 

T. 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



Creek- 

K. 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24- 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26. 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 



—Continued 
M.W. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part)... 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 , 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

,3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



76 

47 

132 

128 

152 

146 

30 

17 

51 

184 

146 

140 

82 

255 

206 

112 

5 

107 

60 

84 

84 

164 

56 

44 

60 

112 

105 

86 

152 

100 

85 

107 

215 

262 

342 

359 

266 

360 

251 



14 

31 

118 

174 

36 

49 

22 

18 

83 

105 

135 

105 

102 

257 

166 

221 

347 

342 

256 

406 

332 

75 



34 

61 

85 

99 

120 

147 

17 

. 8 

11 

2 
2 

45 
89 
74 



11 

17 

82 

117 

5 

29 

58 

112 

108 

87 

76 

65 

17 

5 

38 



79 
151 
151 

40 
2 

18 

85 

156 

5 

16 

32 

30 

93 

302 

129 

39 

31 

86 

11 

52 

56 

96 

66 

249 

228 

4 



1 

8 

15 

27 

138 

8 

3 



42 

-14 

47 

29 

32 

-1 

13 

9 

40 

144 
138 

210 

117 

38 



49 

67 

2 

47 

51 

15 

2 



-3 

-1 

76 

35 

68 

102 

224 
273 
273 
187 
209 
100 
56 



13 

33 

18 

31 

33 

-10 

-12 

-10 

-197 



71 
171 
155 
169 
291 
246 
190 
157 
104 

71 



59 

71 

77' 

116 

141 



76' 

67 

71 



15 
24 
15 
66 
164 
121 
36 



36 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts . 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 ■ 

over 

1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued. 

Maple Creek — Continued 
T. K. M.W. 
2 27 3 


18 
72 
80 
96 
18 

22 

48 

81 

69 

136 

64 

75 

153 

128 

238 

244 

323 

354 

360 

342 

63 

17 

82 

93 

66 

44 

14 

43 

_ 97 

210 

160 

149 

60 

88 

309 

219 

217 

174 

264 

349 

123 

197 

55 

33 

92 

31 

27 

41 

34 

2 

44 

150 

41 

79 

124 

120 

274 

305 

216 

149 

257 


14 
8 

131 

52 

11 

4 

30 

■ 52 
57' 
32 
93 
19 
62 
48 

8 
15 
89 
49 
98 
124 
18 

8 
37 

7 

9 
15 
20 
14 
22 
75 
61 
118 
37 
41 
141 

5 
40 
37 
32 
44 

56 
9 

7 

27 
47 

21 
33 
14 
17 
93 
42 
16 
20 
30 
73 
4 
21 
21 
23 


. 8 
4 
3 

36 
49 

8 

9 

6 
13 

12 

7 

6 
24 
13 
15 
24 

5 

3 

9 

18 


4 

64 

-51 

44 

7 

-8 
-4 
24 
"37 
43 
45 
13 
105 

230 

229 

234 

305 

262 

218 

45 

9 

45 

86 

57 

29 

-6 

29 

75 

135 

99 

31 

23 

47 

168 

214 

177 

137 

232 

305 

141 
46 

6 
45 

20 

1 

-12 

27 

57 
-1 

63 
104 

90 
201 
301 
195 
128 
234 






3 27 3 . 

4 27 3 ,.■■■■ 

5 27 3 . . . r 


— 


g 27 3 


3 


7 27 3 





8 27 3 


27 


9 27 3 


16 


10 27 3 


8 


11 27 3 . . : 




12 27 3 


85 


13 27 3 




14 27 3 


_ 


15 27 3 


_ 


16 27 3 


_ 


17 27 3 - 


_ 


18 27 3 


_ 


19 27 3 


_ 


20 27 3 


_ 


21 27 3 ; 


_ 


22 27 3 


_ 


23 27 3 Cnart) 


_ 


2 28 3 


_ 


3 28 3 


_ 


4 28 3 


_ 


5 28 3 





6 28 3 . 




7 28 3 -■■ ■■ 


_ 


8 28 3 ' 


8 


9 28 3 


9 


10 28 3 




11 28 3 


. 


12 28 3 


106 


13 28' 3 




14 28 3 


34 


15 28 3 




16 28 3 


_ 


l7 28 3 


_ 


18 28 3 


_ 


19 28 3 


_ 


20 28 3 


_ 


21 28 3 ' 


_ 


22 28 3 


_ 


23 28 3:(part)..' 


- 


1 29 3 ' 


- 


2 29 3 


— 


3 29 3 


- 


4 29 3 . 


. 


5 29 3 


_ 


6 29 3 


-3 


7 29 . 3 


20 


8 29 3 


-1 


9 29 3 


-7 


10 29 3 ' .' 


88 


11 29 3 ' 


- 


12 29 3 


13 


13 29 3 


11 


14 29 3 


12 


15 29 3 . 


- 


16 29 3 i 


_ 


17 29 3.1... 


- 


18 29' 3 ■ 


- 


19 29 3.. 


- 



37 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Maple Creek — Concluded 
T. E. M.W. 

20 29 3 

21 29 3 

22 29 3 

3 30 3 

5 30 3 

6 30 3 

7 30 3 

8 30 3 

9 30 3 

10 30 3 

11 30 3 

12 30 3 

13 30 3 

14 30 3 

16 30 3 

17 30 -3....: , 

18 30 3 

Indian Reserves 

' Towns — 

East End 

Gull Lake 

Leader 

Maple Creek 

Shaunavon 

Villages— T. R. M.W 

Abbey 20 20 3 

Burstall 19 29 . 3 

Cabri 19 18 3 

Carmiohael 12 20 3 

Consul 4 27 3 

Dollard 8 20 3 

Estuary 23 28 3 

Hatton 12 28 3 

Hazenmore 8 9 3 

Kincaid 8 8 3 

Lancer 21 21 3 

Lemsford 22 23 3 

Limerick 8 2 3 

Meyronne 8 7 3 

Piapot 12 23 3 

Portreeve 21 22 3 

Prelate 22 25 3 

Robsart 5 25 3 

Sceptre 22 24 3 

Shackleton 20 19 3 

Tompkins 13 21 3 

Vidora 4 26 3 

Woodrow 8 6 3 

Moosejaw 

T. R. M.W. 

1 22 2 

2 22 2 

3 22 2 

- 4 22 2 

5 22 2 

6 22 2 

7 22 2 

8 22 2 

9 22 2 

10 22 2 

11 22 2 

12 22 2 •. . 



163 

51 

58 

1 

3 

4 

1 

11 

33 

84 

59 

- 12 

11 

34 

11 

30 

21 

103 

427 

788 

765 

1,002 

1,146 

180 
179 
532 

60 

38 
118 
216 
210 
187 
226 
131 

37 
324 
247 
232 

71 
446 
100 
266 

99 
254 

58 
193 

SO, 403 

62 

12 



3 
14 
35 
116 
17 
17 

17 



606 
936 



382 



90 



31,552 

41 



,725 

6 
2 



46 


8 


79 


4 


96 


33 


129 


45 


219 


163 


224 


184 


223 


150 


182 


95 


164 


119 


156 


100 



116 



49 
-11 



-2 
-3 
-2 
-32 
42 
-5 

17 



16 

182 
66 



164 



18,851 
21 

. 38 
75 
63 
84 
56 
40 

■ 73 
87 
45 
66 



5 

16 

114 

13 

7 



554 



37,827 
35 



116 



38 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 





Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 




1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

MooseJaTT — Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
13 22 2 


157 
190 
207 
95 
62 
46 
132 
158 
141 
162 
237 
256 
243 
218 
293 
250 
128 
250 
137 
100 
■ 10 
128 
151 
84 
172 
151 
359 
271 
131 
224 
239 
257 
215 
135 
122 
37 
93 
143 
191 
185 
137 
63 
129 
191 
348 
182 
236 
239 
231 
176 
240 
50 
131 
102 
65 
89 
143 
162 
209 
195 
120 
117 
215 


145 

261 

113 

18 

2 

20 

32 

144 

53 

130 

120 

- 101 

36 

121 

271 

208 

119 

149 

9 

18 

9 

60 

138 

143 

81 

86 

100 

128 

25 

75 

246 

235 

181 

30 

20 

14 

82 

93 

169 

87 

9 

12 

38 

127 

148 

197 

293 

250 

191 

189 

16 

79 

35 

47 

67 

, 125 

99 

112 

46 

36 

8 

10 


52 
8 

1 
1 
5, 

2 

24 
13 

3 
3 
5 

23 

16 

1 

132 

73 

39 

62 

2 


12 

-61 

94 

77 

60 

26 

100 

■ 14 

88 

32 

117 

155 

207 

97 

22 

42 

9 

101 

128 

82 

1 

68 

13 

-59 

911 

65 

259 

143 

106 

149 

-7 

22 

34 

105 

102 

23 

11 

50 

22 

98 

128 

51 

91 

221 

34 

39 

-54 

-19 

-15 

51 

34 

52 

67 

18 

22 

18 

63 

97 

149 
84 

109 

205 




14 22 2 


199 


15 22 2 


105 


1 23 2 


17 


2 23 2 


1 


3 23 2 


15 


4 23 2 




6 23 2 


^ 


6 23 2 


_ 


7 23 2 


_ 


8 23 2 


_ 


9 23 2 


_ 


10 23 2 


_ 


11 23 2 


119 


12 23 2 




13 -23 2 


_ 


14 23 2 


. _ 


15 23 2 


125 


1 24 2 


-4 


2 24 2 




3 24 2 


- 


4 24 2 


— 


5 24 2 


_ 


6 24 2 


- 


7 24 2 


- 


8 24 2 


- 


9 24 2 


_ 


10 24 2 


125 


11 24 2 


22 


12 24 2 .• 


70 


13 24 2 


_ 


14 24 2 


_ 


15 24 2 


158 


1 25 2 




2 25 2 


— 


3 25 2 i 


- 


4 25 2 


- 


5 25 2 


— 


6 25 2 


- 


7 25 2 


- 


8 25 2 


- 


9 25 2 


— 


10 25 2 


- 


11 25 2 


- 


12 25 2 


- 


13 25 2 


132 


14 25 2 


196 


15 25 2 


161 


16 25 2 


177 


17 25 2 


152 


18 25 2 


12; 


19 25 2 


1< 


1 26 2 


' _ 


2 26 2 


— 


3 26 2 


- 


4 26 2 • 


. 


5 26 2 


- 


6 26 2 


. 


7 26 2 


_ 


8 26 2 ■ 


_ 


9 26 2 . 


_ 


10 26 2 


- 


11 26 2 


- 



39 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
.1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Moosejaw— Continued 
T. E. M.W. 
12 26 2 


93 
134 
244 
247 
191 
195 
240 
193 

32 
108 
159 
115 
168 
511 
127 
237 
297 
153 
240 
148 
147 
184 
195 
211 
238 
264 
234 
232 
259 
8 

63 

72 
164 
222 
325 
171 
178 
240 
156. 
152 
145 
175 
165 
127 

99 
218 
187 
289 
238 
225 

82 
141 

40 
117 
175 
136 
207 
265 
199 
274 
245 
233 
120 


18 

33 

190 

287 

252 

230 

260 

197 

30 

74 

128 

89 

72 

379 

63 

91 

115 

62 

43 

11 

52 

64 

99 

266 

261 

208 

297 

182 

179 

9 

88 

132 

271 

174 

113 

94 

161 

53 

51 

106 

102 

15 

24 

85 

209 

183 

345 

170 

141 

53 

33 

3 
88 
54 
81 
83 
76 
73 
81 
101 


42 

18 

19 

71 

141 

131 

53 

1 

1 
353 

7 
8 
21 
74 
78 
106 
36 
30 

16 
5 

9 

18 

34 

120 

134 


75 

101 

54 

-40 

-61 

-35 

-20 

-4 

2 

34 

31 

26 

96 

132 

64 

146 

182 

91 

197 

137 

95 

120 

96 

-55 

-23 

56 

-63 

50 

80 

54 

-16 

32 

-49 

151 

58 

84 

79 

103 

101 

39 

73 

150 

103 

14 

9 

4 

-56 

68 

84 

29 

108 

172 
48 
193 
184 
116 
198 
172 
152 
19 




13 26 2 


—9 


14 26 2 


172 


15 26 2 


268 


16 26 2 


181 


17 26 2 


89 


18 26 2 


129 


19 26 2 (part) 


144 


20 26 2 (part) 


29 


1 27 2 




2 27 2 i 


_ 


3 27 2 


_ 


4 27 2 


71 


5 27 2 


26 


6 27 2 




7 27 2 




8 27 2 




9 27 2 




10 27 2 




11 27 2 




12 27 2 




13 27 2 


57 


14 27 2 


91 


15 27 2 


24S 


16 27 2 


187 


17 27 2 


130 


18 27 2 


191 


19 27 2 


146 


20 27 2 


149 


21 27 2 




1 28 2 




2 28 2 




•3 28 2 




4 28 2 


255 


5 28 2 


169 


6 28 2 




7 28 2 ■ . 




8 28 2 




9 28 2 




10 28 2 




11 28 2 




12 28 2 




13 28 2 




14 28 2 


15 


15 28 2 


67 


16 28 2 


175 


17 28 2 


63 


18 28 2 


211 


19 28 2 , . 




20 28 2 ; 




21 28 2 (part) . '. 




1 29 2 




2 29 2 




3 29 2 




4 29 2 




5 29 2 




6 29 2 




7 29 2 


_ 


8 29 2 




9 29 2 




10 29 2 




11 29 2 




12 29 2 


_ 



40 

TABLES. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 

















Increase (+) 












Population 




or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 








































1921 


1911 










1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN- 


—Continued 














Moosejaw— .Concluded 


















T. R. M.W. 


















14 29 2 








147 
56 
144 
92 
245 
194 
148 
144 


21 
20 
93 
179 
247 
178 
149 
153 


7 

27 
124 


126 

36 

51 

-87 

-2 
16 

-1 

-9 


14 


15 29 2 




16 29 2 


„ 


17 29 2 


152 


18 29 2 


123 


19 29 2 




20 29 2 


_ 


21 29 2 (part) 


_ 


22 29 2 (part)....'. 


108 


9 




99 


_ 


1 30 2 


125 

135 

71 

124 

106 

127 

117 

170 

140 

101 

57 

15 

20 

5 

32 

8 

3 

19,285 


11 

37 

28 

9 

57 

64 

34 

100 

53 

49 

28 

5 

5 

2 
18 

13,823 


7 
1,558 


114 
98 
43 

115 
49 
63 
83 
70 
87 
52 
29 
10 
15 

30 
-10 

5,462 


_ 


2 30 2 


_ 


3 30 2 


_ 


4 30 2 


„ 


5 30 2 


_ 


6 30 2 


_ 


7 30 2 


_ 


8 30 2 


_ 


9 30 2 


_ 


10 30 2 


_ 


11 30 2 


_ 


12 30 2 


_ 


14 30 2 


_ 


15 30 2 


' _ 


16 30 2 


_ 


17 30 2 


_ 


18 30 2 


_ 


Moosejaw city 


12,265 


Towns — 


























1,006 
243 
345 
590 


222 
171 
679 


- 


21 

174 

-89 


— 


Caron 


_ 




_ 


Rouleau 


_ 


Villages — 


T. 


R. M.W. 




Ardill 


.11 


29 


2 


26 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Avonlea 


.12 


23 


2 


310 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Bengough 


. 5 


24 


2 


157 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Briercrest 


.14 


24 


2 


175 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Drinkwater 


.15 


23 


2 


239 


203 


- 


36 


- 


Expanse 


.12 


29 


2 


126 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Horizon 


. 6 


24 


2 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Keeler 


.20 


28 


2 


106 


74 


- 


32 


- 


Marquis 

Mitchellton 


.19 


27 


2 


126 


88 


- 


38 


- 


.11 


28 


2 


56 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


Mossbank 


.11 


29 


2 


303 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Readlyn 


. 7 


27 


2 


• 100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Spring Valley 


.11 


25 


2 


97 


.- 


- 


- 


, - 


Truax 


.11 


22 


2 


112 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Tuxford 


.19 


26 


2 


156 


121 


- 


35 


- 


Verwood 


. 6 


27 


2 


242 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Viceroy 


. 6 


26 


2 


156 


- 


- 


- 


- 


North Battleford 








47,381 


24,330 


4,559 


23,051 


19,751 


T. R. M.W. 


















49 1 3 fpart). 








11 


49 


19 


-38 


30 


50 1 3 


185 

6 

28 

8 

185 

242 

262 

40 

13 


76 
8 

127 
247 
• 48 

5 


3 
1 


109 
-2 

58 
-5 
214 

8 


— 


51 1 3 


- 


53 1 3 


- 


56 1 3 


- 


49 2 3 


124 


50 2 3 ■ . 


246 


51 2 3 


- 


52 2 3 


- 


46 3 3 (part). 








- 



41 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Populatioh 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



rth 

T. 
47 


Battle 

R. 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

O 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
'6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7. 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 


ford — Continued 
M.W. 
3 (part) 


48 


3 


49 


3 


SO 


3 


51 


3 


5? 


3 


45 


3 foart)... 


4fi 


3 


47 


3 


48 


3 


49 


3 


SO 


3 


SI 


3 


S? 


3 


44 


3 (part) 


4S 


3 . . 


4fi 


3 


47 


3 


48 


3 


49 


3 


50 


3 


51 


3 


a?. 


3 


h?; 


3 


S4 


3 


42 


3 (part) ■. 


43 


3 


44 


3 . . 


45 


3 


46 


3 


47 


3 


48 


3 


49 


3 


SO 


3 


51 


3 


52 


3 


58 


3 


54 


3 


55 


3 


39 


3 


40 


3 (partt . . . 


41 


3 


4? 


3 


43 


3 


44 


3 ■ 


45 


3 


46 


3 


47 


3 


48 


3 


49 


3 


50 


3 


51 


3 ; 


52 


3 


53 


3 


54 


3.- 


55 


3 


56 


3 


57 


3 


39 


3 (part) 


40 


3 


41 


3 


42 


3 



196 
245 
323 
306 
229 
190 
156 
216 
215- 
294 
300 

97 
285 

61 
120 
266 
271 
176 
214 
260 
218 
216 

19 

14 
5 

49 
22P 
251 
263 
225 

65 

181 

170 

33 

305 

91 

28 

17 

2 

19 

53 

227 

364 

300 

313 

124 

182 

89 

130 

63 

117 

284 

215 

33 

55 

693 

22 

31 

173 

407 

321 



38 
102 
292 
188 

15 

95 
158 
104 
279 
206 

27 
139 

50 
126 
198 
215 
123 
190 
152 

50 



183 
218 
216 
201 
13 

90 
111 



84 

52 

273 

312 

■137 

167 

61 

64 

40 

34. 



91 
15 



516 

11 

159 

196 

"294 



1 

56 

3 



41 
58 



45 



119 
16 



132 
81 



151 



14 

147 



158 
143 
31 
118 
214 

61 
58 

111 

- 15 

94 

70 

146 

70 

140 

73 

-39 

91 

70 

66 

166 



37 
33 
47 
24 
52 

91 
59 



-65 

1 

-46 

62 

163 

146 

63 

118 

49 

96 



193 
200 



177 

20 

14 

211 

27 



42 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

North Battleford— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
43 8 3 


317 

319 

226 

s 28 

40 

66, 

187 

148 

133 

87 

9 

32 

43 

195 

326 

327 

294 

273 

233 

195 

34 

59 

3 

4 

2 

127 

186 

215 

304 

332 

169 

153 

162 

154 

53 

141 

31 

11 

15 

172 

223 

127 

169 

. 195 

71 

140 

121 

62 

3 

64 

23 

82 

14 

5 

56 

249 

242 

175 

183 

93 

126 

102 

138 


233 

247 

85 

31 

4 

5 

3 

13 

27 

21 
125 
200 
278 
211 
171 
137 
137 

109 
144 
200 
291 
^^1 
136 

73 
105 

62 

2 

11 

129 

109 

70 

133 

117 

115 

52 

34 

20 

2 

227 

230 

136 

132 

53 

83 

63 

149 


204 

5 
58 

10 
16 


84 
72 
141 
-3 
36 
61 
184 

120 
60 

22 
70 
126 
49 
83 
76 
96 
58 

18 
42 
15 
13 
91 
33 
80 
57 
92 

_ 

9 

4 
43 
114 
57 
36 
78 
-44 
88 
87 
42 

■ 54 
22 
12 
39 
5i 
40 
43 
39 
-11 






44 8 3 


43 


45 8 3 




46 8 3 


_ 


47 8 3 


_ 


48 8 3 


_ 


49 8 3 


_ 


60 8 3 ; 


_ 


51 8 3 


_ 


52 8 3 


_ 


58 8 3 


_ 


62 8 3 


_ 


39 9 3 (part) 


16 


40 9 3 


m 


41 9 3 




42 9 3 


„ 


43 9 3 


_ 


44 9 3 


_ 


45 9 3 


_ 


46 9 3 




49 9 3 


_ 


50 9 3 


_ 


51 9 3 


_ 


52 9 3 


_ 


59 9 3 


_ 


39 10 3 fnartt 


_ 


40 10 3.™...;.:....:.:..... 

41 10 3..............." :.. 

42 10 3 .........: .;■. 

43 10 3 .....:......'....'...■. 


- 


44 10 3 


_ 


45 10 3 


_ 


46 10 3 


_ 


47 10 3 


_ 


49 10 3 


_ 


50 10 3 


« 


51 10 3 


_ 


52 10 3 


_ 


39 11 3 fnarti 


_ 




_ 


41 11 3 


- 


42 11 3 


_ 


43 11 3 ... 


_ 


44 U 3 


- 


45 11 3 


- 


46 11 3 


- 


47 11 3 


,- 


48 11 3 


- 


49 11 3 ' 


- 


50 11 3 


- 


51 11 3 '■■ 


- 


52 11 3 


- 


53 11 3 


- 


61 11 3 ■ 


- 


40 12 3 (part) 


- 


41 12 3 


— 


42 12 3 


- 


43 12 3 


- 


44 12 3 


- 


45 12 3 


4a 


46 12 3. 


- 


47 12 3 


- 


48 12 3 


133 



43 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



• SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Population 



1921 



North 

T. 
49 


BattU 

R. 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 


iford — Continued 
M.W. 
3 


14 


51 


3 


81 


52 


3 


23 


65 


3 


49 


62 
41 


3 , 

3 (part) 


45 
69 


42 


3 


148 


43 


3 


162 


44 


3. ■ 


157 


45 


3 


256 


46 


3 


250 


47 


3 


202 


48 


3 


126 


49 


3 


78 


50 


3 


70 


51 


3 


46 


54 


3 


13 


61 


3 , 


103 


62 


3::.:.:..'..:.:.:: 


22 


63 


3 


14 


64 


3 


7 


42 


3 


248 


43 


3 


135 


44 


3 


156 


45 


3 


149 


46 


3 


151 


47 


3 


78 


48 


3 


74 


49 


3 


74 


50 


3 


70 


51 


3 


17 


52 


3 


20 


42 


3 (part) 


112 


43 


3 


247 


44 


3 


191 


45 


3 


150 


46 


3 


137 


47 


3 


114 


48 


3 : 


104 


49 


3 


86 


50 


3 


92 


51 


.3 


54 


61 


3 


68 


43 


3 (part) 


50 


44 


3 (part) 


94 


45 


3 


181 


46 


3 


202 


47 


3 


191 


48 


3 


21 


49 


3 


91 


50 


3 


94 


51 


3 


117 


52 


3 


76 


59 


3 


92 


60 


3 


45 


61 


3 


9 


62 


3 


10 


63 


3 


10 


64 


3 


4 


44 


3 (part) 


39 


45 


3 


87 


46 


3 


22f2 


47 


3 


123 



1911 



61 
150 



70 
8 

19 

141 

6 

1 



173 
81 

186 
46 
19 
2 
78 
79 
81 
16 

90 
147 
49 
12 
45 
13 
33 
9 
36 
39 

100 

85 

130 

107 

79 

12 

21 

5 

13 

18 

23 



47 

97 

167 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



16 



43 
10 



18 
15 



1921 
over 
1911 



-2 

63 

69 

186 

242 

183 

-15 

72 



75 

54 

-30 

103 

132 

76 

-4 

-5 

-11 

1 

22 

100 

142 

138 

92 

101 

71 

77 

56 

15 

-50 

9 

51 

95 

112 

9 

70 

89 

104 

58 

22 



33 

40 

125 

-44 



44 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN^Continued 

Nortb Battleford— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
48 17 3 



49 


17 


iiO 


17 


51 


17 


52 


17 


53 


17 


54 


17 


57 


17 


59 


17 


60 


17 


61 


17 


62 


17 


63 


17 


46 


18 


47 


18 


48 


18 


49 


18 


50 


18 


51 


18 


62 


18 


53 


18 


59 


18 


60 


18 


61 


18 


62 


18 


64 


18 


46 


19 


47 


19 


48 


19 


49 


19 


50 


19 


51 


19 


52 


19 


53 


19 


54 


19 


58 


19 


59 


19 


62 


19 


63 


19 


46 


20 


47 


20 


48 


20 


49 


20 


50 


20 


51 


20 


52 


20 


53 


20 


64 


20 


57 


20 


58 


20 


59 


20 


60 


20 


48 


21 


49 


21 


50 


21 


51 


21 


52 


21 


53 


21 


54 


21 


55 


21 


57 


21 


58 


21 


59 


21 



3..; 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3......... 

3 •.... 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3.... 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part).. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) . . 
3 (part). 

3 

3 

3...' 

3 

3 

3 

3... 

3 

3 



148 
113 
166 
159 
117 



2 

228 

120 

6 

5 

5 

194 

238 

201 

133 

82 

ISO 

43 

38 

26 

64 

9 

3 

3 

45 

217 

208 

183 

186 

160 

114 

164 

62 

7 

9 

3 

2 

6 

109 

196' 

212 

227 

210 

100 

107 

147 

1 

20 

7 

1 

16 

180 

185 

223 

183 

234 

89 

23 

35 



85 
23 
41 
73 
40 

22 

70 



138 

116 

103 

67 

83 

53 



16 
88 
108 
151 
126 
63 
12 



11 

79 

134 

121 

80 

102 

70 

44 

19 



58 

145 

111 

71 

43 

8 



65 



13 



34 



63 

90 

125 

86 

77 



1,58 



56 
123 
98 
66 
-1 
97 
35 
30 



29 

129 

100 

32 

60 

97 

102 



-5 
30 
62 
91 

147 

108 
30 
63 

128 



10 
122 

40 
112 
112 
191 

81 



45 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 













Increase (+) 










Population 




or 
Decrease (-) 




Electoral Districts 






















1921 


1911 








1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


over 
1901 




SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 














North Battleford— Concluded 
















T. R. M.W. 
















50 22 3 (part) 




61 


43 


_ 


18 






51 22 3 


151 


62 


_ 


89 




_ 


52 22 3 ". .' 


84 
452 
242 


91 

128 

40 


— 


-7 
324 
202 






53 22 3 




54' 22 3 


_ 


55 22 3..... 


39 


3 


_ 


36 




_ 


58 22 3 


13 
6 
1 
3 


7 


- 








59 22 3 




60 22 3 




63 22 3 




50 23 3 (part). 




51 23 3 (part) 


54 


10 


_ 


44 






52 23 3 


83 

174 

205 

5 

6 

51 


9 

101 

46 

29 


- 


74 

73 

159 

22 






53 23 3 


_ 


54 23 3 




55 23 3 


_ 


63 23 .3 




51 24 3 (part) 




52 24 3 


96 
128 
84 
26 
2 
56 


46 
32 
33 

9 


- 


50 
96 
51 

47 






53 24 3 


_ 


54 24 3 




58 24 3 


_ 


64 24 3 .., 




52 25 3 (part) 




53 25 3 (part) 


48 


29 




19 






54 25 3 


90 
5 
9 
8 

43 


18 
45 


-, 


72 
3 






58 25 3 




61 25 3 




62 25 3 




53 26 3 (part) • 




54 26 3 


107 

2 

6 

7 

62 


71 
50 




: 36 
12 






55 26 3 




61 26 3 




62 26 3 • 




53 27 3 (part) 




54 27 3 


10 
59 


73 
17 


- 


-63 
42 






55 27 3 •. 


_ 


53 28 3 


2 
1,206 




— 154 








Unorganized parts 






2,899 


3,053 


1,328 


— 154 


l,75(fi 


North Battleford city 


4,108 


2,105 




2 003 






Radisson town 


431 


305 


_ 


126 




_ 


Villages— T. 


R. M.W. 














Blaine Lake 44 


7 3 


334 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Borden 39 


9 3 


160 


96 


_ 


64 




_ 


Canwood ■. . 50 


5 3 


158 




„ 






_ 


Denholm 42 


14 3 


90 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Edam 48 


19 3 


186 


_ 


_ 






_ 


Fielding 41 


11 3 


105 


77 


_ 


28 




_ 


HafEord 43 


10 3 


183 




_ 






_ 


Krydor 44 


8 3 


. 104 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Leask 47 


6 3 


176 


_ 


_ 


2 




_ 


Marcelin 45 


6 3 


212 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Maymont 41 


12 3 


151 


121 


_ . 


30 




_ 


Meota 47 


17 3 


236 




_ 






_ 


Mervin 50 


20 3 


126 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Parkside 48 


4 3 


99 


_ 


_ 


_ 




^ 


Richard 43 


12 3 


93 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Ruddell 42 


13 3 


96 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Shellbrook 49 


3 3 


402 


198 


_ 


204 




_ 


Speers 43 


11 3 


105 




^ 






_ 


Turtleford 51 


21 3 


288 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Vawn 48 


19 3 


78 


- 


- 


- 




- 



46 

TABLE S. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Prince 

T. 
45 
50 
49 
42 
43 
45 
47 
44 
45 
46 
45 
- 45 
42 
43 
45 
42 
43 
45 
42 
43 
45 
42 
45 
48 
42 
43 
45 
47 
48 
49 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
42 
43 



Albert..... 

R. M.W. 



30 
30 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

4 

5 

7 

7 ■ 

7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

15 

15- 



1.. 
1.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2., 
2., 
2., 
2., 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 



56,829 



35,839 



3 


_ 


5 


_ 


27 


- 


2 


- 


4 


- 


4 


96 


8 


- 


27 


3 


77 


203 


64 


- 


26 


_ 


.53 


- 


65 


_ 


38 


- 


80 


- 


59 


- 


43 


- 


1 


_ 


18 


- 


10 


- 


8 


_ 


16 


102 


74 


_ 


50 


12 


81 


29 


21 


_ 


18 


_ 


98 


- 


41 


- 


71 


10 


156 


38 


16 


3 


77 


344 


3 


_ 


274 


_ 


235 


-' 


84 


- 


1 


_ 


93 


- 


124 


31 


31 


1 


222 


77 


196 


62 


235 


54 


186 


34 


79 


- 


50 


4 


64 


2 


96 


6 


188 


97 


259 


112 


107 


30 


195 


96 


259 


141 


187 


55 


192 


22 


314 


79 


99 


20 


51 


- 


3 


- 


109 


18 


199 


102 



16,644 



93 



33 



20,990 



-92 



24 
-126 



-86 

38 
52 



61 

118 

13 

-267 



93 
30 
145 
134 
181 
152 

46 

62 

90 

91 

147 

77 

99 

118 

132 

170 

235 

79 



91 

97 



47 

TABLES. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase C+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHKWAN— Continued 



Prince 

T. 
44 


Alber 

R. 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

18 

18 

18 

18 

18 

18 

18 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

21 

21 

21a 

21 

21a 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 


t — Continued 
M.W. 

2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


48 


2 


49 


2 


50 


2 


51 


2 


52 


2 


42 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


48 


2 


49 


2 


50 


2 


51 


2 


42 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


48 


2 


49 


2 


50 


2 


51 


2 


52 


2 


42 


2 • 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


48 


2 


42 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


48 


2 


42 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


48 


2 


51 


2 


42 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 ;.. 


47 


2 


48 


2 


49 


2 


51 


2 


53 


2 



276 
295 
220 
238 
165 
115 
109 
103 

42 

81 
196 
293 
378 
245 
318 
342 
259 

63 

19 
235 
182 
233 
264 
267 
527 
411 
347 
9 
1 
3 
255 
298 
255 
207 
321 
314 

40 
157 
236 
255 
259 
265 
441 

77 
213 
310 
198 
205 

78 

5 
293 
177 
181 
224 
43 
198 
108 
194 
225 

1 



87 
148 
177 
104 

47 
5 

39 



12 
115 

62 
148 
189 
t76 
126 

39 

23 

23 

24 

83 

76 

124 

255 

84 

42 

2 



72 
141 
347 
100 

73 
204 



130 
180 
157 
' 190 
294 

150 
147 
159 
186 
7 
13 

50 

27 

192 



206 
189 
155 
179 



15 



124 
54 
18 



11 

124 

23 



7 
75 



13 

10 

2 

93 

76 
125 



189 
147 

43 
134 
118 
110 

70 



81 
231 
230 

56 
142 
216 
220 

40 

212 
158 
150 
188 
143 
272 
327 
305 
7 



183 
157 
-92 
107 
248 
110 



106 
75 

102 
75 

147 

63 
163 
39 
19 
71 



243 

150 

-11 



—81 
39 
46 



-3 



70 
35 



223 
46 
55 



119 

56 

134 



140 

84 



14 



113 

79 
54 



48 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Prince Albert — Continued 
T. R. MJV. 



42 


22 


43 


22 


44 


22 


45a 


22 


45 


22 


46 


22 


47 


22 


48 


22 


49 


22 


50 


22 


51 


22 


58 


22 


42 


23 


43 


23 


44 


23 


45 


23 


46 


23 


47 


23 


48 


23 


49 


23 


50 


23 


51 


23 


52 


23 


42 


24 


43 


24 


44 


24 


45 


24 


46 


24 


47a 


24 


47 


24 


48 


24 


48 


24a 


49 


24 


50 


24 


51 


24 


52 


24 


53 


24 


41 


25 


42 


25 


43 


25 


44 


25 


45 


25 


46 


25 


46a 


25 


47a 


25 


47 


25 


48 


25 


49 


25 


50 


25 


51 


25 


52 


25 


53 


25 


54 


25 


42 


26 


43 


26 


44 


26 


45 


26 


46 


26 


47 


26 


48 


26 


49 


26 


50 


26 


61 


26 



2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
'2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2... 

2.. 

2.. 

2:. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.. 

2,. 

2.. 

2.. 

2.'. 

2.. 

2.. 



Population 



1921 



120 

50 
160 
153 
211 
119 
280 
269 
122 

53 

48 

24 

140 
91 

171 

247 

229 

150 

232 

361 

179 
17 

180 

377 

276 

196 

357 

134 
40 

200 
33 

190 

360 

308 

98 

51 

1 

334 

286 

220 

255 

80 

258 

5 

200 

119 

65 

224 

339 

234 

114 

3 

391 

321 

216 

320 (') 

302 

212 

69 

73 

391 

309 



1911 



1901 



63 

157 

92 

296 
243 

49 

36 

2 

1 

3 

33 

44 

166 

131 

110 

181 

52 



76 

234 

173 

124 

178 

29 

15 

142 

11 

95 

17 

56 



259 
230 
181 
230 

45 
124 

49 
110 
117 

14 

40 
196 



297 



211 
99 



13 

75 
16 
24 
86 
29 



16 
95 
13 
68 
46 



23 

90 

91 

7 

161 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



119 

85 
88 



239 


100 


139 


26(') 


114 


240 


192 


183 


154 


126 


• -96 


18 



1921 
over 
1911 



115 

97 

54 
27 
-16 
26 
73 
17 



23 

137 

58 

127 

81 

98 

40 

51 

309 

110 

104 

143 

103 

72 

179 

105 

25 

58 

22 

95 

343 

252 



75 

56 

39 

25 

35 

134 

-44 

90 

2 

51 

184 

143 



94 

-23 

181 

188 

20 

-85 

-23 

180 

210 



1911 
over 
1901 



50 

82 

76 

272 

157 

20 



28 
71 

118 
42 

135 



101 



1 Includes 45a 26 2. 



49 

■ TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



19U 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN-Continued 

Prince Albert^Continued 
M.W. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2...,-. 

2 

2...:. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 • . 

2 

2 : .. . 

• 2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

3 ; 

3 

3 '. 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) 

3 ; 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) 

3 (part) 

3 ; 

3 

3 

3 

3...: 

3 (part) 

3 (part) 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) 

3 ■- 

3 (part) 

3 (part) 

3 (part) 

3 (part) 

3. 



T. 


R. 


52 


26 


53 


26 


42 


27 


43 


27 


44 


27 


45 


27 


45a 


27 


46 


27 


47 


27 


48 


27 


49 


27 


50 


27 


51 


27 


53 


27 


42 


28 


43 


28 


44 


28 


45a 


28 


45 


28 


46 


28 


47 


28 


48 


28 


49 


28 


50 


28 


44 


30 


42a 




42 




43a 




43 




44 




45 




46 




47 




48 




49 




42 


2 


43a 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


48 


2 


42 


3 


43a 


3 


43 


3 


44 


3 


45 


3 


46 


3 


47 


3 


42 


4 


43 


4 


44 


4 


45 


4 


42 


5 


43 


5 


44 


5 


42 


6 


43 


6 


42 


■7 



Unorganized parts. 

Indian Reserves 

Prince Albert city . , 



81 

21 

309 

392 

278 

530 

93 

228 

287 

44 

80 

116 

204 

6 

335 

209 

202 

82 

80 

44 

42 

7 

45 

15 

245 

269 

46 

197 

218 

37 

161 

87 

95 

49 

400 

193 

215 

208 

34 

1 

24 

451 

169 

139 

54 

83 

96 

20 

400 

413 

277 

162 

441 

415 

148 

332 

' 60 

7 

635 

2,545 

7,558 



1 

279 

161 

618 

226 

128 

247 

41 

41 

90 

117 

305 
194 
135 

32 

100 
50 
19 



588 
77 

44 

12 

168 

105 

48 

307 

111 

98 

196 

82 

14 

14 
307 
177 
146 
132 

70 

61 

8 

330 

235 

124 

38 
391 
301 

33 
283 

70 



27 
5,290 
6,254 



10 

29 
15 
139 
200 
347 
26 
70 



312 
33 
74 

45 

162 
26 



33 

193 

52 

178 
16 
17 
51 

350 
147 
138 
106 



313 

85 
73 
26 
57 

206 

273 

99 

22 

203 

225 

102 

193 

■ 82 

3; 400 
3,229 
1,785 



80 

30 

117 

-88 

-133 

100 

40 

3 

74 

26 

87 

30 
15 
67 

50 

-20 

- 6 

23 



-319 
-31 

174 
25 

-7 

-18 

47 

93 

82 

117 

12 

-48 



10 

144 

-8 

-7 

-78 

13 

35 

12 

70 

178 

153 

124 

50 

114 

115 

49 

-10 

312 
-2,908 
l-,304-l 



269 

132 

603 

87 

-72 

-100 

15 

-29 



-7 

161 

61 

-13 

-62 
24 



555 
-116 



-166 
152 



-43 

-36 

-40 

90 



61 

59 

44 

4 

124 

-38 

25 

16 

188 

76 

-69 

90 

-12 

-3,373 
2,061 
4,469 



50 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Prince Albert— Concluded 
Towns — 

Duck Lake 

Melfort 

Rosthern 

Tisdale 



Villages — 



T. R. M.W. 



Bcatty 45 20 2 

Birch Hills 46 24 2 

Domremy 44 26 2 

Hudson Bay Jet 45 3 2 

Kinistino 45 21 2 

Laird 43 5 3 

Star City 45 17 2 

St. Brieux 42 21 2 

Wakaw 42 26 2 

Waldheim 42 5 3 

Weldon 46 22 2 



26. Qu' 


Appelle 


T. 


R. M 


12 


30 


13 


30 


14 


30 


15 


30 


16 


30 


17 


30 


18 


30 


12 


31 


13 


31 


14 


31 


15 


31 


16 


31 


17 


31 


18 


31 


12 


32 


13 


32 


14 


32 


15 


32 


16 


32 


17 


32 


18 


32 


12 


33 


13 


33 


14 


33 


15 


33 


16 


33 


17 


33 


18 


33 


12 


34 


13 


34 


14 


34 


12 




13 




14 




15 




16 




17 




18 




12 


2 


13 


2 


14 


2 


15 


2 


16 


2 



.w. 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 (part).. 
1 (part).. 

1 

1.. 

1 

1 

1 

l(part).. 
1 (part).. 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 (part).. 
1 (part).. 

1 

1 

1 

1...' 

1 

1 

1 (part).. 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2....:... 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part). 

2 :.. 

2 :'. 

2..' 

2 

2 



Population 



1921 



437 
1,746 
1,074 

783 



91 
312 

77 
160 
382 
176 
591 
144 
387 
273 
150 

34,836 

181 
262 
258 
305 
290 
203 

108 
250 
265 
283 
274 
197 
5 
169 
122 
215 
266 
321 
205 
34 
165 
167 
162 
157 
163 
311 
68 
10 
12 
5 
162 
177 
155 
145 
173 
269 
174 
138 
120 
148 
142 
149 



1911 1901 



379 

599 

1,172 

250 



145 



215 
166 
195 
132 



30,470 

187 
228 
235 
259 
245 
126 

3 
120 
266 
258 
272 
181 
143 

8 
134 

91 
173 
201 
320 
165 

23 
144 
165 
125 
141 
147 
242 

46 
2 

23 
9 
153 
176 
206 
125 
114 
199 
149 

85 

103 

■ 153 

96 
150 



301 
413 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



17,133 

' 143 
163 
199 
167 
125 
60 

115 
168 
204 
196 
136 
66 



117 
138 
160 
211 



157 
137 
70 
112 
136 

5 
24 
18 
94 
163 
200 
59 
98 
164 



81 
115 

90 
122 



58 

1,147 

-98 

533 



167 

-55 
216 

-19 
459 



4,366 

-6 
34 
23 
46 
45 
77 

-12 
-16 

7 
11 
93 
54 
-3 
35 
31 
42 
65 

1 
40 
11 
21 

2 
37 
16 
16 
69 
22 

8 

-11 

-4 

9 

1 
-51 
20 
59 
70 
25 
53 

17 
-5 
46 
-1 



1911 
over 
1901 



78 
759 



13,337 

44 
65 
36 
92 
120 
66 



,54 
76 
45 

77 

46 
-26 
35 
41 
109 
99 



51 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Qu'Appelle— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

2 

2 

3 



17 
18 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
12 
-13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19a 
19 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
19a 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
17 
18 
19 



9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

10 

I'O 

10 

10 

11 

il 

11 



19a 11 
16 12 



2. 

2 (part). 

2 (part). 

2 

2 

2..: 

2 

2 

2 

.2 ;. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 :. 

2....:... 

2 

2 

2...;.... 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part).. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part).. 

2 

2 (part).. 

2 

2 

2..".' 

2....:...' 

2. .."...:. 

2... ...... 

2 (part).. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part).. 

2 

2 (part).. 
2 (part) . . 
2 (part).. 
2 



Population 



1921 



275 

63 

236 

224 

251 

1216 

268 

44 

254 

■ 253 

193 

136 

249 

100 

306 

363 

321 

150 

225 

100 

211 

236 

200 

121 

264 

188 

205 

229 

235 

100 

196 

228 

176 

56 

71 

136 

100 

178 

148 

193 

263 

208 

13 

25 

136 

172 

195 

208 

263 

243 

77 

206 

171 

359 

211 

158 

207 

193 

194 

232 

« 1 

115 I 



1911 



191 
40 
191 
163 
168 
85 
216 

199 
228 
177 

68 
215 

52 
232 
232 
224 
126 
152 

21 
163 
122 
178 
112 
142 

76 
138 
164 
183 

77 
187 
196 
179 

60 

99 
145 
105 
121 
137 
156 
230 
149 



156 
158 
16i9 
178 
239 
224 
103 
179 
175 
267 
163 
174 
230 
156 
202 
248 
23 

94 



1901 



133 

1 
93 

118 
44 

156 

38 
32 
71 
24 
160 

46 
25 
16 
81 

82 



42 



61 
179 

96 
159 

35 



24 
103 
143 
149 



161 

167 
74 



69 
134 
177 
181 

75 
209 
253 



26 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



23 
45 
61 
83 
41 
5'2 

55 

25 

16 

68 

34 

■ 48 

74 

131 

97 

24 

73 

79 

48 

U4 

22 

9 

122 

112 

67 

65 

52 

23 

9 

32 

-3 

-4 

-28 

-9 

-5 

57 

11 

37 

33 

59 



-20 
14 
26 
30 
24 
19 

-26 

27 

-4 

92 

48 

-16 

-23 
37 
-8 

-16 
-4 

21 



1911 
over 
1901 



58 

190 
70 
50 
41 
60 

161 
196 
106 
44 
55 

186 

207 

208 

45 

70 



23 
100 
70 



16 

8 

100 

20 

25 



113 
53 

87 




90 
78 
67 
29 



208 

29 
-3 

49 

81 

-7 . 
-5 



68 



52 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Qu'Appelle — Concluded 
T. R. M.W. ■ 



17 
18 



12 
12 



19a 12 
19 12 



2. 
2. 

2 

2 (part). 
2 (part) . 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part). 

2 

2 

2.... 

2 

2 

2 (part). 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2....'... 

2 

2 



20 12 

16 13 

17 13 

18 13 

19 13 

20 13 

21 13 

16 14 

17 14 

18 14 

19 14 

20 14 

21 14 

16 15 

17 15 

18 15 

19 15 

20 15 

16 16 

17 16 

18 16 

19 16 

20 16 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Broadview 

Fleming 

Grenfell 

Indian Head 

Moosomin 

Qu'Appelle 

Sintaluta 

Wapella :.. 

Whitewood . • 

Wolseley 

Villages — T. 

B-Say-Tah 21 

Fort Qu'Appelle. ....21 

Glenavon 14 

Kennedy 12 

Kipling 13 

McLean 18 

Rocanville 16 

Summerberiy 17 

Vibank. 16 

Welwyn 15 

Windthorst 13 



R. M.W 

14 2 



13 

9 

3 

5 

16 

31 

8 

15 

30 

7 



27. Reglna 

T. R. M.W. 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
16 
17 
18 
19 



17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 



223 

279 

64 

179 

22 

219 

208 

250 

234 

211 

8 

309 

53 

59 

58 

199 

50 

285 

161 

150 

236 

143 

324 

250 

246 

271 

178 

1,110 

839 
263 
765 
1,439 
1,099 
688 
320 
401 
499 
956 

22 
495 
171 
247 
367 
150 
415 

94 
277 
259 
230 

49,977 

253 
264 
268 
338 
225 
230 
196 
• 316 
221 



212 
279 

77 
208 

18 
428 
214 
211 
215 
180 

10 

158 
243 
' 218 
169 
56 
453 
179 
64 
173 
100 
274 
207 
420 
220 
116 
982 

702 
270 
709 
1,285 
1,143 
851 
391 
485 
447 
961 



285 
130 
164 
237 

266 



139 

208 

44,303 

280 
218 
291 
380 
160 
240 
312 
296 
170 



128 

240 

73 

167 

17 
143 

58 
103 
215 

42 

91 
212 
141 
126 

70 
195 
127 
107 
165 
8 
291 
104 
415 

82 
106 
969 

230 
160 
452 
768 
868 
434 
155 
397 
359 
409 



241 



6,581 

278 
96 
217 
235 
110 
166 
98 
198 
164 



11 



-13 

-29 

4 

-209 

-6 

39 

19 

31 

-2 

-105 

-184 

-160 

30 

-6 

-168 

-18 

86 

63 

43 

50 

43 

-180 

51 

62 

128 

137 

—7 

56 

154 

-44 

-163 

-71 

-84 

52 

-5 



210 
41 
83 

130 

149 
15 

120 
22 

5,775 

-27 
46 

-23 

-42 
65 

-10 

-116 

20 

51 



53 

' TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, arid 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921', 1911, and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase {+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Begina — Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

16 19 2 

17 19 2.. 

18 19 2...' 

19 19 2 

20 19 2 (part) 

21 19 2 (part) 

16 20 2 

17 20 2 

18 20 2 

19 20 2 

20 20 2'(part) '.'.'..'..... 

21 20 2 (part) 

16 21 2 

17 21 2 :....■ :... 

18 21 2 

19 21 2 : 

20 21 2 (part) '. ." 

21 21 2 (part) 

16 22 2 

17 22 2 

18 22 2 

19 22 2 

20 22 2..:.. ". :.. 

21 22 2 (part) 

16 23 2 ■. 

17 23 2 

18 23 2 

19 23 2 

20 23 2 

21 23 2 

22 23 2 (parti 

16 24 2 

17 24 2 

18 24 2 

19 24 2... 

20 24 2 

21 24 2..:.. .' '.-.... 

22 24 2 

19 25 2 (part).......!.! 

20 25 2 

21 25 2...' 

22 25 2 

19 26 2 (part) 

20 26 2 (part) '. . 

21 26 2 

22 26 2 : 

20 27 2 (part) 

21 27 2 (part) 

22 27 2 

21 28 2 (part) 

22 28 2 

21 29 2 (part) 

22 29 2 (part) 

22 1 3 (part) 

Indian Reserves 

Regina city 

Towns — 

Balgonie 

Lumsden 



283 
216 
316 
225 
130 
183 
216 
373 
232 
237 
160 
9 
237 
275 
236 
233 
153 

15 
193 
239 
236 
105 
246 

44 
240 
321 
253 
187 
230 
256 
116 
211 
232 
.192 
161 
233 
229 
266 
157 
175 
167 
289 

22 
204 
164 
245 

176 

• 174 

96 

202 

116 

19 

232 

34,432 



204 



166 
148 
373 
226 
101 
109 
225 
142 
359 
221 
228 

253 
472' 
233 
194 
435 

177 
268 
258 
169 
209 

60 
232 
223 
303 
149 
166 
259 

93 
201 
231 
184 
124 
396 
190 
271 

80 
129 
265 
197 

10 

91 
121 
178 
5 
146 
187 
114 

83 

1 

113 

36 

205 

30,213 



368 
695 



104 

43 

139 

135 

17 

53 

97 

112 

139 

145 

70 

61 

54 

122 

141 

81 

68 

54 

170 

78 

11 
7 

17 
139 

53 
2 
4 

26 
7 

70 

78 

26 
1 



9 
5 

4 

4 

13 



183 
2,249 



79 
134 



67 

68 

-57 

-1 

29 

74 

-9 

231 

-127 

16 

-68 

-16 

-197 

3 

39 

-282 

16 
-29 
-22 
-64 

37 
-16 



-50 

38 

64 

-3 

23 

10 

1 

8 

37 

-163 

39 

-5 

77 

46 

-98 

92 

12 

113 

43 

67 

30 

-13 

-18 

119 

. 3 

-17 

27 

4,219 



-164 
-197 



54 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoralv Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN-Continued 

Regina — Concluded 

Villages— T. R. M.W. 

Belle Plaine 16 23 2 

Bethune 20 24 2 

Chamberlain 22 26 2 

Dilke 22 24 2 

Disley 19 22 2 

Edenwold 19 17 2 

Findlater 21 25 2 

Grand Coulee 17 21 2 

North Regina 17 19 2 

Pense 17 22 2 

Pilot Butte 17 18 2 

Regina Beach 21 22 2 


50 

220 

128 

81 

89 

131 

93 

92 

586 

247 

129 

379 

43,795 

53 
55 
183 
242 
295 
273 
321 
374 
265 
259 
41 
261 
190 
239 
187 
250 
192 
352 
394 
344 
292 
18 
196 
262 
225 
198 
176 
145 
210 
424 
406 
341 
132 
162 
152 
185 
74 
55 
49 
77 
136 
29 
39 
115 
267 
189 
138 
268 


82 
71 
99 

82 
236 

32,313 

44 
109 
173 
162 
166 
211 
305 
296 
280 
142 

170 

123 

185 

154 

200 

199 

200 

407 

348 

106 

15 

196 

213 

217 

158 

134 

180 

138 

319 

400 

180 

166 

126 

142 

132 

72 

16 

40 

50 

100 

19 

58 

60 

211 

150 

76 

237 


15 

10,874 

51 
10 
32 
183 
184 
32 
20 

135 

58 

39 

106 

82 

163 

68 

331 

102 

148 

211 

48 

60 

124 

108 

176 

20 

160 

66 

397 

102 

27 

9 

89 

6 

1 

1 

142 
90 

346 
25 

105 
96 


-32 

57 

-10 

10 
11 

11,482 

9 

-54 

10 

80 

129 

62 

16 

78 

-15 

117 

91 

67 

54 

33 

50 

-7 

152 

-13 

-4 

186 

3 



49 

8 

40 

42 

-35 

72 

105 

6 

161 

-34 

36 

10 

53 

2 

39 

9 

27 

36 

10 

-19 

55 

56 

39 

62 

31 


221 
21,439 


T. R. M.W. 

17 30 1 (oart) 




IS 30 1 (oart) 


_ 


19 30 1 


122 


20 30 1 


152 


21 30 1 


134 


22 30 1 


28 


23 30 1 


121 


24 30 1 


264 


25 30 1 


260 


26 30 1 (narf) 




27 30 1 (oartl 


_ 


IS 31 1 (nart) 


35 


19 31 1 


65 


20 31 1 . 


146 


21 31 1 


48 


22 31 1 


118 


23 31 1 


36 


24 31 1 


132 


25 31 1 


76 


26 31 1 


246 


27 SI 1 (nart) 


-42 


17 32 1 (nart) 




IS 32 1 (nartl 


-15 


19 32 1 


165 


20 32 1 . . 


157 


21 32 1 


34 


22 32 1 


26 


23 32 1 


4 


24 32 1 


118 


25 32 1 


159 


26 32 1 


334 


27 32 1 


-217 


18 33 1 (part) 


64 


ig 33 1 


99 


20 33 1 


133 


21 33 1 


43 


22 33 1 


66 


23 33 1 






3! 


25 33 1 




26 33 1 


9! 


27 33 1 


_ 


18 1 2 (Dart) 


-8^ 


19a 1 2 


-3( 


19 1 2 


-136 


20 1 2 


125 


21 1 2 


-2! 


22 1 2 


141 



55 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Population " 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN-Continued 



Continued 
R. M.W. 

2 



Saltcoats— ( 


T. 


R. 


23 




24 




25 




26 




27 




18 


2 


19a 


2 


. 19 


2 


20 


. 2 


21 


2 


22 


2 


23 


2 


24 


2 


25 


2 


26 


2 


27 


2 


18 


3 


19a 


3 


19 


3 


20 


3 


21 


3 


22 


3 


23 


3 


24 


3 


18 


4 


19a 


4 


■19 


4 


20 


4 


21 


4 


22 


4 


23 


4 


24 


4 


18 


5 


19a 


5 


19 


5 


20 


5 


21 


5 


22 


5 


23 


5 


24 


5 


19 


fi 


20 


f. 


21 


fi 


22 


fi 


23 


fi 


24 


fi 


19 


7 


20 


7 


21 


7 


22 


7 


23 


7 


24 


7 


18 


8 


19a 


8 


19 


8 


20 


8 


21 


8 


22 


8 


23 


8 


24 


8 


18 


9- 


19a 


9 


19 


9 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part) . 

2 

2 

. 2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2.... .... 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part) . 

2 

2 

2...; 

2 

2 

2 (part) . , 
2 (part) . , 
2 (part) . , 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 (part) . . 

2 

2 



228 
189 
237 
245 
311 
155 
85 
342 
271 
217 
206 
188 
218 
320 
229 
387 
116 
79 
341 
265 
232 
166 
113 
122 
75 
54 
258 
222 
162 
202 
193 
179 
11 
38 
386 
405 
279 
287 
338 
366 
157 
342 
363 
277 
368 
375 
136 
247 
146 
356 
361 
346 
7 
21 
314 
356 
234 
280 
362 
290 
125 
47 
265 



168 

106 

185 

248 

248 

70 

123 

300 

201 

138 

170 

194 

158 

100 

131 

243 

118 

32 

279 

221 

233 

149 

122 

84 

66 

50 

195 

221 

139 

111 

99 

140 

9 

44 

391 

283 

181 

199 

243 

265 

224 

352 

327 

263 

294 

327 

254 

299 

8 

269 

309 

241 

8 

20 

254 

258 

248 

236 

290 

238 

123 

365 



69 


60 


77 


83 


31 


52 


19 


-3 


54 


63 


175 


85 


112 


-38 


160 


42 


8 


70 


10 


79 


81 


36 


70 


-6 


74 


60 


145 


220 


29 


98 


50 


144 


40 


-2 


11 


47 


32 


62 


- 


44 


— 


-1 


35 


17 


71 


-9 


50 


38 


19 


9 


- 


4 


5 


63 


- 


1 


7 


23 


6 


91 


39 


94 


78 


39 


17 


2 


22 


-6 


72 


-5 


- 


122 


- 


98 


- 


88 


32 


95 


171 


101 


121 


-67 


110 


-10 


- 


36 


- 


14 


- 


74 


4 


48 


268 


-118 


244 


-52 


- 


138 


17 


87 


- 


52 


- 


105 
-1 

1 


49 


303 


60 


324 


98 


76 


-14 


27 


44 


- 


72 


7 


52 


75 


2 


43 


-318 



56 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Com. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Saltcoats— Continue'd 
T. R. M.W. 
20 9 2 


329 
308 
175 
324 
345 

228 

62 

223 

. 218 

61 
291 

10 
202 
265 
216 

52 
110 
306 

73 
241 
258 
154 
185 
207 

88 
218 
257 
152 
410 
229 
245 
197 
172 
354 
350 
263 
125 
204 
330 
357 
524 

290 

472 

2,808 

479 

280 
83 
416 
110 
36 
180 
189 
384 
223 
111 
189 
420 
139 
219 


264 
277 
107 
268 
286 
50 

369 
50 

168 
16 

136 

221 

226 
181 

27 

64 
211 

53 
222 
190 

89 
111 
137 
253 
131 
165 

37 

41 
108 
120 

71 
120 
292 
178 
227 
110 
183 
240 
187 
654 

102 

303 

1,816 

432 

273 

57 

348 

31 

60 

90 

223 

161 

61 

258 

51 

71 


339 

131 

12 

10 

48 

106 
170 
89 

2 
15 
271 
215 
85 
58 
35 
72 
42 

81 
34 
21 
27 
129 

26 

51 
17 
15 
82 
45 

4 
25 

3 

9 

7 
500 

155 
22 


65 
31 
68 
56 
59 

-307 

173 

50 

45 

155 

-211 

39 

35 

25 

46 

95 

20 

19 

68 

65 

74 

70 

-165 

87 

92 

115 

369 

121 

125 

126 

52 

62 

172 

36 

15 

21 

90 

170 

• -130 

188 

169 

992 

47 

7 

26 
68 

5 
120 

99 
161 

62 

128 

162 

88 

148 


-75 


21 9 2 


146 


22 9 2 


95 


23 9 2 


- 


24 9 2 


276 


18 10 2 (Darf! 


2 


19a 10 2 


- 


19 10 2 


263 


20 10 2 


-120 


21 10 2 


79 


22 ' 10 2 


- 


24 10 2 


134 


19a 11 2 fnart^ . . . 


206 


19 11 2 (nart) 


- 


20 11 2 


11 


21 11 2 


96 


22 11 2 


-31 


23 11 2 


29 


24 11 2 


139 


19 12 2 (part) 


11 


20 12 2 (part) 


- 


21 12 2 


109 


22 12 2 


55 


23 12 2 


90 


24 12 2 


110 


21 13 2 (parf) . 


124 


22 13 2 


■ - 


23 13 2 


139 


24 13 2 


- 


21 14 2 (part) 


- 


22 14 2 


57 


23 14 2 


103 


24 14 2 


56 


21 15 2 


38 


22 15 2 


247 


23 15 2 


174 


24 15 2 


202 


21 16 2 


107 


22 16 2 


- 


23 10 2 


231 


24 16 2 


180 




154 


Towns — 


- 


Lcmberg .... 


- 




- 


Saltcoats 


277 


Villages— T. 

Abernethy 20 

Atwater 21 

Balcarres 21 

Bangor 21 

Birmingham 23 

Calder Sta 25 

Churchbridgc 22 

Cupar 23 

Dubuc 20 

Duff 22 

Dysart 23 

Esterhazy 19 

Fenwood 23 

Goodeve 24 


R. M.W. 

11 2 

2 2 

12 2 

3 2 

7 2 

31 1 

32 1 
10 2 

4 2 

8 2 
15 2 

1 2 

8 2 

9 2 


6J 



57 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Saltcoats— Concluded 










Villages — Concluded 


T. 


R. 


tf.W. 






Grayson 


.20 


5 


2 


222 




Killaly 


.20 


6 


2 


146 




Langenburg 


.21 


31 


1 


307 




Lebret 




.21 


13 


2 


274 




Lipton 




.22 


14 


2 


273 




McNutt 


.24 


30 


1 


179 




Neudorf 


.20 


8 


2 


500 




Otthor 





.24 


5 


2 


72 




Khein. 




.27 


2 


2 


428 




Spyhil 




.19 


31 


1 


136 




Stockh 


olm 


.19 


3- 


2 


174 




Stornoway 


.26 


1 


2 


88 




Tantallon 


.18 


32 


1 


174 




Waldron 


.21 


4 


2 


114 




Wroxton 


.26 


32 


1 


140 


Saskatoon.... 










55,151 


T 


R. M.W. 








35 


2 


3 








238 


36 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 


3 








217 


37 


3 








199 


38 


3 








249 


39 


3 








287 


40 


3 








451 


41 


3 








417 


35 


3 








152 


36 


3 
3 
3 


3 








178 


37 


3 








281 


38 


3 








277 


39 


3 
3 
3 
4 


3 








650 


40 


3 








646 


41 


3 








589 


35 


3 








232 


■ 36 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


3: 








222 


37 


3 








250 


38 


3 








204 


39 


3 








472 


40 


3 








1,106 


41 


3 








694 


35 


3 








243 


36 


3 








347 


37 


3 








292 


38 


3 






, 


178 


39 


3 








322 


40 


3 








567 


41 


3 








350 


34 


6 


3 (part). 








97 


35 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


3 








225 


36 


3 








268 


37 


3 








262 


38 


3 








271 


39 


3 








388 


40 


6 
6 

7 
7 


3 








344 


41 


3 








' 309 


34 


3 








209 


3ff 


3 








187 


36 


7 
7 
7 
7 


3 








249 


37 


3 








214 


38 


3 








394' 


39 


3 (part).. 








273 


40 


7 


3 (part). 








131 


41 


7 
8 


3 (part). 

o 








52 


34 








235 



124 

92 

220 

273. 

326 



71 
100 

52 
115 
114 



31,633 

157 
137 
142 
205 
214 
343 
296 
154 
143 
198 
232 
490 
412 
446 
203 
178 
229 
117 
412 
684 
423 
169 

70 
' 256 
215 
262 
239 
182 

57 
109 
227 
225 
194 
400 
212 
278 
204 
238 
224 
260 
268 
267 
2 

171 



2,964 



120 



275 
415 

16 

24 

153 
331 
263 

134 
43 

113 

58 
52 
57 
87 
64 



37 
116 





174 



23,518 

81 

80 

57 

44 

73 

108 

121 

-2 

35 

83 

45 

160 

234 

143 

29 

44 

21 

87 

60 

422 

271 

74 

277 

36 

-37 

60 

328 

168 

40 

116 

41 

37 

77 

-12 

132 

31 

5 

-51 

25 

-40 

126 



129 

64 



28,669 



176, 



137 
31 

162 
205 

259 
353 
160 

-64 
213 

149 
181 
130 



22 
163 



175 
162 



215 



58 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 



1914, and 

—Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Saskatoon— Continued 
T. R. M.W. 
35 8 3 


216 
145 
169 
305 
266 
205 
221 
282 
194 
148 
126 
249 
210 
189 
252 
180 

55 
203 
223 
183 
231 
319 
177 
7 
158 
237 
153 
195 
282 
188 
131 
169 
188 

92 
196 
131 
108 
152 

51 
189 
150 
227 
104 
117 
159 

26 
139 
234 
200 
182 
192 
156 
147 

50 

87 

68 

170 

25,739 

311 
1,535 
273 
430 
961 


162 
132 
133 
244 
389 
211 
168 
235 
115 
106 
143 
206 
184 
152 
143 
129 

30 
125 
191 
193 
138 
200 

99 

98 

152 

50 

84 

132 

84 

85 

50 

52 

2 

26 

32 

53 

105 

37 

80 

127 

79 

82 

55 

87 

28 

72 

154 

202 

106 

99 

28 

,81 
'12 
63 
91 
160 
12,004 

199 
315 
234 
389 
421 


239 
110 

14 
59 

113 


54 
13 
36 
61 
-123 

-6 
53 
47 
79 
42 
-17 
43 
26 
37 

109 
51 
25 
78 
32 
-10 
93 

119 
78 

60 

85 

103 

HI 

150 

104 

46 

119 

136 

90 

170 

99 

55 

47 

14 

109 

23 

148 

22 

62 

11 
67 
80 

-2 
76 
93 

128 
66 
38 
24 
-23 
10 
13,735 

112 

1,220 

39 

41 

540 


11 




36 8 3 


__ 


37 8 3 


_ 


38 8 3 


_ 


39 8 3 (part) 


150 


34 9 3 




35 9 3 


_ 


36 9 3 


_ 


37 9 3 


_ 


38 9 3 


_ 


39 9 3 (part) 


33 


34 10 3 




35 10 3 


_ 


36 10 3 


_ 


37 10 3 . 


_ 


38 10 3 


_ 


39 10 3 '"ar^^ 


_ 


34 11 3 


_ 


35 11 3 


_ 


36 11 3 . . 


_ 


37 11 3 . . ■. . . 


_ 


38 11 3 . . 


_ 


39 11 3 (part) 


_ 


40 11 3 (part) 


_ 


34 12 ' 3 


_ 


35 12 3 


_ 


36 12 3 ... 


_ 


37 12 3 


_ 


38 12 3 . . 


_ 


39 12 3 


_ 


40 12 3 (part) 


_ 


34 13 3 


_ 


35 13 3 . 


_ 


36 13 3 


_' 


37 13 3 


_ 


38 13 3 


_ 


39 13 3 . 


_ 


40 13 ' 3 


• 91 


41 13 3 




34 14 3 


_ 


35 14 3 


_ 


' 36 14 3 


_ 


37 14 3 . . . . 


_ 


38 14 3 . . 


_ 


39 14 3 


_ 


40 14 3 


_ 


41 14 3 (part) 


13 


34 15 3 




35 15 3 


_ 


36 15 3 


_ 


37 15 3 


_ 


38 15 3 


_ 


39 15 3 


_ 


40 15 3 


_ 


41 15 3 

42 15 3 (part) 


- 


Indian Reserves . 


_ 


Saskatoon city 


891 


Towns — 




Biggar 


_ 


■ Delisle 


- 




- 


Sutherland 


- 



59 



TABLE S. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Saska 

Vi 

Swift 


oon— C 

lages — 
Aberd 
Clave 
Dalm 
Hague 
Hepbi 
Kinlej 
Leney 
Osier. 
Perdu 
Vansc 
Warm 

Ciirren 

R. 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


Concluded 

T. 

een 39 

t 35 

eny 39 

41 

rn 41 

r 36 

35 

39 

e 35-36 

:>y 35 

an 38 

t 


R. M.W. 

2 3 

3 3 
6 3 

3 3 

6 3 

10 3 

11 3 

4 3 
11 3 

7 3 

5 3 


T 
9 


M.W. 
3 








10 


3 








11 


3 








12 


3 








13 


3 








14 


3 








15 


3 








16 


3 








17 


3 








18 


3 








19 


3 








20 


3 








21 


3 








22 


3 (part). 
3 








9 








10 


3 








11 


3 








12 


3 








13 


3 








14 


3 








15 


3 








16 


3 








17 


3..,..,.. 








18 


3 








19 


3 








20 


3 








21 


3 








22 


3 








23 


3 (part). 
3 








9 








10 


3..- 








11 


3 








12 


3 








13 


3 








14 


3 








15 


3 








16 


3 








17 


3 








18 


3 








19 


3 








20 


3 








21 


3 

3 








22 






23 


3 (part).. 
3 








9 








10 


3 








11 


3 








12 


3 








13 


3 









Population 



1921 



196 

24 
172 
228 
178 

92 

83 
109 
358 

89 
172 

53,275 

234 

167 

206 

201 

51 

51 

42 

96 

190 

133 

111 

210 

238 

117 

215 

222 

274 

177 

134 

100 

93 

215 

220 

■ 115 

158 

221 

468 

218 

73 

205 

270 

229 

143 

134 

239 

15 

22 

40 

154 

178 

323 

184 

202 

92 

232 

243 

269 

176 

123 



1911 



240 
37 

300 

51 

57 

62 

155 

149 

38,691 

142 

95 

94 

134 

21 

34 

7 

87 

212 

198 

180 

158 

261 

127 

132 

126 

107 

62 

108 

66 

26 

150 

140 

158 

139 

159 

228 

193 

60 

95 

172 

100 

8 

58 

94 

1 

21 

88 

106 

158 

124 

147 

164 

72 

143 

159 

82 

62 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



62 



484 



11 
10 



1921 
over 
1911 



1 

44 



3 



-44 
-13 

-72 

41 

26 

47 

203 

23 

24,584 

92 

72 

112 

67 

■ 30 

17 

35 

9 

-22 

-65 

-69 

52 

-23 

-10 

83 

96 

167 

115 

26 

34 

67 

65 

80 

-43 

19 

62 

240 

25 

13 

110 

98 

129 

135 

76 

145 

21 

19 

66 

72 

165 

60 

55 

-72 

160 

100 

110 

94 

61 



1911 
over 
1901 



238 



28,207 



23 

77 



149 
96 



16 



59 



60 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Swift Current— Coiitinued 
T. R. M.W. 



14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 



3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) .. 
3 (part) . . 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3; 

3...;.... 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part) . . 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part). 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 :• 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part). 
3 (part). 
3 (part) . 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



183 


55 


5 


10 


131 


55 


128 


31 


106 


3 


202 


48 


281 


167 


198 


148 


209 


172 


148 


101 


9 


19 


292 


129 


180 


168 


323 


221 


185 


118 


161 


35 


146 


34 


172 


55 


125 


18 


114 


128 


165 


59 


178 


78 


202 


188 


206 


150 


186 


139 


159 


145 


107 


149 


242 


103 


270 


172 


280 


151 


298 


130 


228 


119 


212 


86 


146 


- 


199 


106 


136 


_ 


170 


44 


168 


43 


186 


85 


175 


111 


227 


107 


251 


170 


54 


53 


174 


55 


286 


49 


386 


211 


389 


117 


225' 


165 


236 


145 


285 


- 


182 


- 


183 


248 


179 


74 


148 


37 


141 


19 


157 


83 


101 


86 


59 


36 


217 


100 


202 


89 


274 


132 


238 


152 


189 


69 



14 



128 

-5 

76 

97 

103 

154 

114 

50 

37 

47 

-10 

163 

12 

102 

67 

126 

112 

117 

107 

-14 

106 

100 

14 

50 

47 

14 

-42 

139 

98 

129 

168 

110 

126 

93 

126 

■ 125 

101 

64 
120 

81 
1 
119 
237 
175 
272 

60 

91 



-65 

105 

111 

122 

74 

15 

23 

117 

113 

142 

86 

120 



57 



74 
84 



61 

TABLE 5; Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribiition Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 



Swift 

T. 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

9 
10 
U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



C urrcnt — Continued . 
B. M.W. 

8 3 

8 3 

8 3 

8 3 

8 3 

8 3 

8 3 

8 3 (part).'. ... 

9 3 ■. 

9 3 

9 3 

9 3 

9 3 

9 3 

9 3 

9 3 

. 9 . 3 

9 3 

9 3 ■, 

9 3 (part) 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



3 

3 

3 (part). 

3 

3 

3 

3 

■3 

3 

3...:.... 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part). 
3 (part). 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3....?... 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 (part). 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



271 
303 
181 
224 
259 
121 

72 
8 
216 
172 
200 
129 
196 
219 
176 
320 
167 
208 
310 
162 
199 
161 
205 

83 

98 
216 
187 
230 
164 
390 
350 

43 
250 
173 
185 
146 
205 
105 
165 
162 
254 
344 
212 
5 
287 
237 
158 
222 
693 
416 
170 
139 
187 
236 
181 
174 
122 
143 
599 
785 
502 
129 
169 



168 
187 

281 

141 

5 

20 

7 

119 

82 

106 

53 

84 

107 

77 

242 

159 

149 

164 

111 

98 

83 

152 

59 

45 

76 

111 

158 

118 

209 

262 

30 

192 

130 

154 

87 

92 

74 

181 

161 

240 

223 

192 

2 

106 

131 

148 

137 

375 

259 

107 

279 

145 

171 

113 

135 

85 

131 

337 

357 

337 

129 

114 



103 
116 

-57 

118 

116 

52 

1 

97 

90 

94 

76 

112 

112 

99 



59 

146 

51 

101 

78 

53 

24 

53 

140 

76 

72 

46 

181 

88 

13 

58 

. 43 

31 

59 

113 

31 

-10 

1 

14 

121 

20 

'3 

181 

106 

10 

85 

318 

157 

63 

-140 

42 

65 

68 

39 

37 

12 

262 

428 

165 



55 



258 
7 



105 



69 

224 

184 



266 
142 



110 



62 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Swift Current— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

17 13 3 

18 13 3 

19 13 3 

20 13 3 (part) 

9 14 3 

10 14 3 

11 14 3 

12 14 3 

13 14 3 

14 14 3 

15 14 3..' 

16 14 3 

17 14 3 

18 14 3 

19 14 3 

20 14. 3 (part) • 

9 15 3 

10 15 3 

11 15 3 

12 15 3 

13 15 3 

14 15 3 

15 15 3 

16 15 3 

17 15 3 

18 15 3 

19 15 3 (part) 

20 15 3 (part) 

9 16 3 

10 16 3 

11 16 3 

12 16 3 

13 16 3 

14 16 3 

15 16 3 

16 16 3 

17 16 3 

18 16 3 

19 16 3 

9 17 3 

10 17 3 

11 17 3 

12 17 3 

13 17 3 

14 17 3 

15 17 3 

16 17 3 

17 17 3 

18 17 3 

19 17 3 

20 17 3 (part) 

Swift Current city 

Towns — 

Herbert 

Morse 

Mortlaoh 

Villages— T. R. M.W 

Admiral 9 15 3 

Aneroid 9 10 3 

Bridgeford 23 3 3 

Brownlee 20 1 3 

Cadillac 9 13 3 

Central Butte 21 4 3 



1 108 
' 142 


62 


86 


119 


86 


_ 


1 


198 


60 


84 


41 


194 


112 


260 


93 


242 


203 


215 


193 


126 


76 


175 


203 


159 


132 


197 


148 


107 


91 


5 


2 


123 


69 


132 


54 


142 


45 


163 


67 


124 


61 


152 


133 


172 


198 


132 


72 


165 


202 


174 


84 


132 


64 


_ 


5 


139 


48 


172 


109 


197 


117 


151 


121 


169 


154 


140 


112 


56 


41 


177 


109 


204 


218 


128 


67 


126 


82 


212 


98 


184 


101 


154 


88 


219 


148 


206 


173 


141 


184 


134 


2 


96 


4 


187 


- 


193 


39 


112 


47 


41 


19 


3,518 


1,852 


827 


559 


559 


290 


398 


219 


172 


_ 


221 


- 


63 


- 


165 


171 


197 


- 


221 


- 



3 

2 

20 

2 
65 



18 
1 



31 



121 



46 
56 
33 

138 
43 
82 
167 
39 
22 
50 

-28 
27 
49 
16 
3 
54 
78 
97 
96 
63 
19 

-26 
60 

-37 
90 



91 
63 
80 
30 
15 
28 
15 
68 

-14 
61 
44 
114 
83 
66 
71 
33 

-43 

132 

92 

154 
65 

22 



268 
269 
179 



-6 



63 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Swift Current— Concluded 

Villages— Concluded T. R. M.W, 

Chaplin 17 5 3 

Congress 9 1 3 

Ernfold '....17 7 3 

Ettington 10 1 3 

Eyebrow 21 2 3 

Gravelbourg 10 5 3 

Hodgeville 13 7 3 

Lafleche 9 5 3 

Lawson 22 5 3 

Mawer 21 3 3 

Mazenod 10 2 3 

Neville 12 12 3 

Palmer 10 3 3 

Parkbeg 17 2 3 

Pennant 18 17 3 

Ponteix 9 11 3 

Riverhurst 22 7 3 

Rush Lake 17 11 3 

Scotsguard 9 16 3 

Success 17 16 3 

Tugaske....' 22 3 3 

Vanguard.... U 10 3 

Vantage 10 1 3 

Waldeok 16 12 3 

Webb 14 17 3 



Weyburn... 

T. R. 
1 
2 
3 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

1 

2 

3 

4 

6 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 



M.W. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2.. 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2.., 
2... 



Population 



1921 



215 

39 

97 

37 

246 

1,106 

88 

356 

87 

125 

181 

151 

58 

54 

125 

330 

330 

109 

125 

93 

230 

299 

162 

140 

259 

35,688 

255 

94 

114 

110 

215 

125 

71 

143 

123 

137 

173 

99 

189 

255 

181 

291 

226 

144 

97 

206 

191 

131 

179 

95 

91 

130 

99 

178 

17 

468 

290 

162 

104 

100 

119 



1911 



182 



204 



75 

31,081 

232 

178 

152 

100 

179 

114 

86 

111 

117 

88 

153 

87 

161 

176 

79 

319 

164 

169 

144 

205 

121 

163 

115 

95 

90 

157 

75 

200 

183 

136 

259 

179 

167 

109 

330 I 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1,173 



10 



25 



1921 
over 
1911 



64 



26 

184 

4,607 

23 

- 84 

-38 

10 

36 

11 

-15 

32 

6 

49 

20 

12 

28 

79 

102 

-28 

62 

-25 

-47 

1 

70 

-23 

64 



1 

-27 

24 

-22 

-166 

332 

31 

-17 

-53 

,-9 

-211 



1911 
over 
1901 



29,909 



159 
26 



111 



111 



64 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Weyburn — Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

6 13 2 

7 13 2 

8 13 2 : 

9 13 2 

10 13 2 

11 13 2 

12 13 2 

13 13 2 

14 13 2 

15 13 2 

1 14 2 

2 14 2 

3 14 2 

4 14 2 

5 14 2 

6 14 2 

7 14 2 

.8 14 2 

9 14 2 

10 14 2 ■ 

11 14 2 

12 14 2 

13 14 2 

14 14 2 

15 14 2 

1 15 2 

2 15 2 

3 15 2,...- 

4 15 2 ■■ ... 

5 15 2 

6 15 2 

7 15 2 

8 15 2 

9 15 2 

10 15 2 •. 

11 15 2 ,. 

12 15 2 

13 15 2 

■ 14 15 2 

15 15, 2 

1 16 2 

2 16 2 

3 16 2 

4 16 2 

5 



7 


16 


8 


16 


9 


16 


10 


16 


11 


16 


12 


16 


13 


16 


14 


16 


15 


16 


1 


17 


2 


17 


3 


17 


4 


17 


5 


17 


6 


17 


7 


17 


8 


17 



16 -2. 
16 2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 



114 
93 
165 
219 
183 
82 
142 
148 
251 
266 
142 
243 
138 
133 
187 
226 
197 
194 
214 
112 
277 
93 
211 
248 
314 
162 
206 
146 
129 
124 
106 
182 
253 
251 
263 
194 
152 
193 
172 
230 
152 
167 
118 
172 
116 
41 
123 
127 
234 
249 
214 
255 
213 
166 
330 
143 
• 72 
108 
94 
146 
199 
65 
196 



173 

126 

189 

2J3 

146 

71 

181 

91 

239 

262 

140 

170 

184 

144 

221 

232 

275 

306 

254 

119 

284 

75 

217 

232 

242 

89 

137 

169 

167 

100 

152 

182 

238 

238 

310 

129 

107 

189 

162 

280 

91 

83 

36 

126 

175 

78 

165 

108 

189 

260 

208 

189 

125 

156 

348 

71 

38 

58 

33 

150 

194 

87 

252 



22 

103 

48 



19 
65 
15 



28 



-59 

-33 

-24 

6 

37 

11 

-39 

57 

12 

4 

2 

73 

-46 

-11 

-34 
-6 

-78 
-112 

-40 

-7 

-7 

18 

-6 

16 

72 

73 

69 

-23 

-38 
24 

-46 



15 

13 

-47 

65 

45 

4 

10 

-50 
61 
84 
82 
46 

-59 
-37 

-42 

19 

45 

-11 

6 



10 

-18. 

72 

34 

50 

61 

-4 

5 

-22 

-56 



65 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act 1914, and 
■ the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911, and 1901 — Con 



Electoral Districts 



SASKATCHEWAN— Continued 

Weyburn— Continued 

T. R. M.W. 

9 17 2 

10 17 2 

11 17 2 ' 

12 17 2 

13 17 2 

14 17 2 

15 17 .2 

1 18 2 

2 18- 2 

3 18 2 ; 

4 18 2 

5 18 2 

6 18 2 

■7 18 2 

8 18 2 

9 IS 2 

10 18 2 

11 18 2 

■ 12 18 2 

13 18 2 

14 18 2 ' 

15 18 2 

1 19 2 

2 19 2 

3 19 2 

4 19 2 

5 19 2 

6 19 2 

7 19 2 

8 19 2 

9 19 2 

10 19 2 

11 19 2 

12 19 2 

13 19 2 

14 19 2 

15 19 2 

2 20 2 

3 20 2 

4 20 2 

5 20 2 

6 20 2....' 

7 20 2 

8 20 2 

9 20 2 

10 20 2 

11 20 2 

12 20 2 

13 20 2 

14 20 2 '.. 

15 20 2 

2 21 2 

3 21 2 

4 21 2 

5 21 2 

6 21 2 

7 21 2 

8 21 2 

9 21 2...: 

10 21 2 

11 21 2 

12 21 2 

. 13 21 2 



Population 



1921 



53 
253 
226 
178 
285 
155 
183 

63 
103 

34 
100 
233 
311 
196 

98 

50 
123 
214 
177 
154 
182 
157 

94 
137 
109 

94 
159 
122 
232 
174 

81 

58 
166 
235 
191 
194 
185 
106 

90 
116 
129 
204 
147 
258 
122 
114 
117 
248 
212 
148 
171 
121 

42 

67 
162 
230 
203 
360 
135 
178 

44 
190 
187 



1911 



110 
252 
245 
219 
229 
106 
191 
58 
35 

108 

169 

577 

164 

106 

98 

137 

274 

182 

143 

213 

195 

14 

10 

61 

84 

84 

113 

226 

208 

99 

112 

174 

199 

188 

172 

58 

6 

IS 

42 

79 

117 

138 

.253 

167 

138 

108 

296 

291 

163 

58 



4 

62 

99 

142 

181 

120 

110 

48 

214 

119 



1901 



148 



17 



12 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



3 



64 

-266 

32 

-8 

-48 

-14 

-60 

-5 

11 

-31 

-38 

80 

127 

4S 

10 

75 

9 

6 

-34 

-18 

-54 

-8 

36 

3 

22 

127 

100 

72 

74 

50 

87 

9 

5 

-45 

-24 

9 

-48 

-79 

-15 

113 

112 

63 
100 
131 

61 
179 

15 

68 

-4 

-24 



1911 
over 
1901 



194 
220 



43 



84 
133 

272 



17S 



159 
133 

145 



162 



284 

159 
53 



116 



66 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts according to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. ' 

















Increase (+) 












Population 




or 
Decrease (-) 






























1921 


1911 










1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


over 
1901 


SASKATCHEWAN- 


-Concluded 














Weyburn— Concluded 


















T. R. M.W. 


















14 21 2 








232 

168 

.3,193 


131 

97 

2,210 


33 
113 


101 

71 
983 


98 


15 21 2 


- 


Weyburn city . 


2,097 


Towns— 


























173 
472 
883 
468 


263 
436 
233 
459 


17 


-90 

36 

650 

9 


— 




- 


Radville 




Yellowerass 


"442 




T. 


R. M.W. 












Villages — 


















Amulet 


. 8 


21 


2 


37 


63 


- 


-26 


- 


Bromhead 


. 3 


13 


2 


139 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ceylon 


. 6 


20 


2 


141 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Colgate 


. 5 


15 


2 


88 


95 


- 


-7 


- 


Fillmore 


.11 


11 


2 


244 


187 


- 


57 


- 


Forward 


. 8 


19 


2 


47 


141 


- 


-94 


- 


Goodwater 


. 5 


13 


2 


123 


75 


- 


48 


- 


Griffin 


. 8 


11 


2 


146 


109 


- 


37 


- 


Halbrite 


. 6 


12 


2 


61 


239 


- 


-178 


- 


Kendal 


.15 


12 


2 


147 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ Khedive 


. 8 


19 


2 


106 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Kronau 


.15 


17 


2 


66 


102 


- 


-36 


- 


Lang 


.11 


18 


2 


341 


301 


- 


40 


- 


McTaggart 


. 9 


15 


2 


80 


134 


- 


-54 


- 


Midale 


. 5 


11 


2 


180 


156 


— 


24 


— 


Montmartre 


.14 


11 


2 


287 


201 


- 


86 


- 


Odessa 


.15 


13 


2 


254 


77 


- 


177 


- 


Osage 


.11 


12 


2 


109 


72 


- 


37 


- 


Pangman 


. 8 


20 


2 


61 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Sedley 


.14 


15 


2 


198 


221 


- 


-23 


- 


Tribune 


. 3 


14 


2 


186 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Tyvan 


.12 


13 


2 


178 


184 


- 


-6 


- 


WUcox 


.13 


20 


2 


383 


262 


' 


121 





SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN VIII. 



Ptjbubhed bt Authority of the Honourable James A. Robb, Minister op Trade and Commerce. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion STATisnaAN, Dominion Bureau op Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief 

STATiSTiaAN for Population. • 



POPULATION OF ONTARIO, 1921 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Urban and Rural 
" Subdivisions 

In this bulletin the population of Ontario is given by Dominion Electoral 
Districts, townships, cities, towns, and incorporated villages. 

By the Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912, the land area (map measure- 
ment) of the province was increased by 105,018 square miles, from 260,862 
square miles to 365,880 square miles, and the population as shown by the 
Census of 1911 by 4,018. 

The following summary shows the population of Ontario from the date of 
the first Dominion Census to 1921, inclusive, together with the number and 
per cent increase for each decade as compared with the per cent increase for the 
Dominion as a whole at each Census period: 



Census Year 


Population 


Increase over preceding 
Census 


Per cent 
increase 
for the 

Dominion 


Number 


Per cent 


1921 . 


2,933,662 

2,527,292 

2,182,947 

2,114,321 

1,926,922 

1,620,851 

1,396,091 

952,004 

455,688 

236,702 


406,370 
344,345 
68,626 
187,399 
306,071 
224,760 
444,087 
496,316 
218,986 


16-08 

15-59 

3-25 

9-73 

18-88 

16-09 

46-65 

109-11 

92-51 


21-7 
34-1 


1911 


1901 


1891 


11-8 
17-2 


1881 


1871 




1861 




1851 




1841 


' 


1831. 









Urban and Rural Population 

For the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities, as rural. The summary herewith shows for the last three Censuses 
the urban and rural population of the province. The classification for each. 
Census is based upon the population of the various classes of places as shown 
, by the returns of each Census. The figures for each census, therefore, may not 
relate to exactly the same urban and rural territory, since territory which was 
regarded as rural in one Census may be classed as urban in a subsequent one. 



TABLE- 1. Urban and Rural Population, 1921, 1911, 1901 





1921 


1911 


1901 


Per cent of 
total 


Class of Place 


No. 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


No. 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


No. 

of 

places 


Popu- 
lation 


1921 


1911 


1901 


Total population. . 
Urban Places 


315 

24 
142 
149 


2,933,662 

1,707,370 

1,163,133 
423,671 
120,566 

1,226,292 


293 

18 
129 
146 


2,527,292 

1,328,489 

791,656 

410,476 

126,357 

1,198,803 


253 

14 

99 

140 


2,182,947 

935,978 

472,927 

317,344 

145,707 

1,246,969 


100 00 

58 19 

39-64 

14-44 

4-11 

41-81 


100-00 

52-56 

31-32 

16-24 

5-00 

47-44 


100-00 

42-88 
21-66 


Towns 


14-54 


Villages 


6-68 


Rural Parts 


S7 12 



TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911, 1901 





Lane 




Populat 


ion, 1921 


1911 


1901 


Increase (-|-) or 
Decrease t- ) 


Electoral Districts 


Area in 
sq. miles 

'1 


Total 


Per sq. 
mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 

over 
1901 


ONTARIO 


365,880 

20,678 

22,153 

334 

86 

950 

699 

650 

556 

576 

•628 

362 

357 

239 

467 

12,784 

1,595 

697 

462 

669 

1,038 

488 

362 

2 

3 

1,291 

1,031 

660 

635 

818 

3 

647 

575 

1,137 

899 

1,169 

332 

6 

481 

752 

1,585 

11,157 

634 

704 

504 

347 


00 

17 
98 
23 
86 
95 
46 
87 
64 
11 
98 
52 
58 
27 
53 
68 
91 
33 
83 
79 
03 
13 
69 
69 
54 
41 
57 
11 
31 
50 
54 
81 
57 
99 
68 
77 
41 
65 
00 
14 
38 
32 
26 
29 
82 
69 


2,933,662 

40,618 
33,676 
20,085 
33,292 
20,872 
23,413 
32,673 
15,415 
■ 24,388 
24, 629 
17,306 
27,678 
71,150 
31,425 
39,661 
20,390 
38,573 
16,644 
30,667 
28,384 
21,287 
24,899 
49,820 
39,298 
23,072 
34,451 
23,540 
23,548 
52,139 
24,i04 
25,801 
32,888 
32,993 
34,909 
18,994 
48,625 
53,838 
27,994 
25,033 
19,439 
58,565 
26,366 
30,512 
15,420 
31,074 


8-02 

' l-9fi 


2,527,292 

37,699 
28,752 
19,259 
26,617 
23,783 
26,249 
24,417 
17,740 
25,973 
26,411 
17,597 
26,715 
38,006 
29,541 
32,158 
21,944 
38,226 
17,545 
33,957 
31,934 
21,562 
22,208 
39,793 
37,279 
24,978 
30,825 
26,886 
26,097 
49,391 
20,660 
28,827 
29,109 
34,375 
36,753 
20,386 
35,429 
46,300 
' 23,465 
27,300 
21,233 
43,679 
27,110 
32,892 
17,141 
23,865 


2,182,947 

25,211 
17,894 
18,273 
19,867 
27,424 
31,596 
22,880 
21,036 
28,350 
27,570 
17,901 
25,685 
28,789 
29,955 
18,461 
24,746 
40,580 
21,021 
33,003 
36,587 
21,233 
19,545 
24,000 
, 28,634 
27,943 
31,348 
30,966 
30,854 
4,9,673 
19,788 
34,440 
29,723 
37,232 
37,975 
23,346 
30,552 
37,976 
23,339 
31,387 
20,971 
24,931 
29, 147 
33,550 
18,390 
22,018 


406,370 

2,919 

4,924 
826 

6,675 
-2,911 
-2,836 

8,256 
-2,325 
-1,585 
-1,782 

-291 

963 

33,144 

1,884 

7,503 

-1,554 

347 

-901 
-3,290 
-3,550 

-275 

2,691 
10,027 

2,019 
-1,906 

3,626 
-3,346 
-2,549 

2,748 

3,444 
-3,026 

3,779 
-1,382 
-1,844 
-1,392 
13,196 

7,538 

4,529 
-2,267 
-1,794 
14,886 

-744 
-2,380 
-1,721 

7,209 


344,315 

12,488 




1 
60 
383 
21 
33 
50 
27 
42 
39 
47 
77 
297 
67 

3 
12 
55 
35 
45 
27 
43 
68 
18,520 
11,101 
17 
33 
35 
37 
63 
6,809 
39 
57 
28 
38 
16 
146 
8,095 
58 
33 
12 

5 
41 
43 
30 
89 


52 

09 

28 

95 

47 

19 

69' 

33 

16 

74 

40 

36 

21 

10 

77 

31 

96 

78 

34 

60 

65 

44 

11 

86 

39 

66 

06 

70 

03 

82 

13 

99 

80 

23 

28 

94 

18 

28 

26 

25 

56 

32 

54 

37 


10,858 




986 




6,750 


Brure North 


-3,641 


Brupp South 


-5,347 




1,537 




-3,296 




-2,377 




-1,159 


Elffin East 


-304 


Elgin West 


1,030 


Essex North 


9,217 


Essex South 


-414 


Fort William and Rainy River. 


13,697 
-2,802 


Glengarry and Stormont 


-2,354 
-3,476 




954 




-4,653 




329 




2,663 




15,793 




8,645 




-2,965 




-523 




^4,080 




-4,757 


Kent 


-282 




872 




-5,613 




-614 




-2,857 




-1,222 




-2,960 




4,877 




8,324 




126 


Middlesex West 


-4,087 




262 




18,748 


Norfolk 


-2,037 




-658 




-1,^49 


Ontario South 


1,847 



TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911, 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Land 

Area in 

sq. miles 



Population, 1921 



Total 



Per sq. 
mile 



1911 



1901 



Increase or 
Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTABIO— Con. 

Ottawa 

Oxford North 

Oxford South 

Parkdale 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth North 

Perth South 

Peterborough East 

Peterborough West .-. 

Port Arthur and Kenora. 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew North 

Renfrew South 

Russell... 

Simcoe East 

Simcoe North 

Simcoe South 

Timiskaming ; . . 

Toronto Centre 

Toronto East , 

Toronto North 

Toronto South 

Toronto West 

Victoria 

Waterloo North 

Waterloo South 

Welland 

Wellington North 

Wellington South 

Wentworth 

York East 

York North 

York South 

York West 



4 

410 

353 

(') 

4,336 

468 

429 

409 

891 

653 

207,570 

494 

390 

1,057 

1,644 

698 

529 

574. 

558- 

46,211- 

(') 

(') 

(') 

(') 

i}) 

2,834- 

273- 

242- 

387- 

580- 

438- 

451- 

64- 

430- 

202- 

158- 



93,740 
24,527 
22,235 
80,780 
27,022 
23,896 
32,461 
18,382 
13,716 
- 29,318 
43,300 
26,478 
16,806 
23,956 
27,061 
43,413 
37,122 
22,100 
24,810 
51,568 
51,768 
64,825 
72,478 
37,596 
68,397 
33,995 
41,698 
33,568 
66,668 
19,833 
34,327 
64,449 
77,950 
23,136 
100,054 
70,681 



19,734 74 
59-74 
62-81 

6-23 
51-01 
75-53 
44-85 
15-38 
52-93 
•21 
53-56 
43-04 
22-64 
16-45 
62-13 
70 12 
38-44 
44-41 

1-11 



11-99 
152-62 
138-35 
172-14 

34-16 

78-21 

142-59 

i;208-15 

53-73 
494-63 
445-88 



77,182 
25,077 
22,294 
59,609 
26,547 
22,102 
30,235 
18,947 
15,499 
26,151 
39,109 
26,968 
17,150 
23,617 
27,852 
39,434 
35,294 
24,699 
25,060 
37,380 
54,792 
53,712 
51,318 
43,956 
57,804 
36,499 
33,619 
28,988 
42,163 
22,292 
32,200 
34,634 
32,864 
22,415 
31,933 
35,831 



59,140 
25,644 
22,760 
22,303 
24,936 
21,475 
29,256 
20,615 
16,291 
20,704 
10,526 
27,035 
17,864 
24,556 
27,676 
35,166 
29,845 
26,071 
26,399 

3,378 
45,888 
36,763 
20,766 
38,108 
41,069 
38,511 
27,124 
25,470 
31,588 
26,120 
29,526 
26,818 

8,478 
22,419 
18,964 
17,905 



16,558 

-550 

-59 

21,171 

475 

1,794 

2,226 

-565 

-1,783 

3,167 

4,191 

-490 

-344 

339 

-791 

3,979 

1,828 

-2,599 

-250 

14,188 

-3,024 

11,113 

21,160 

-6,360 

10,593 

-2,504 

8,079 

4,580 

24,505 

-2,459 

2,127 

29,815 

45,086 

721 

68,121 

34,850 



18,042 
-567 
-466 

37,306 

1,611 

627 

979 

-1,668 
-792 
5,447 

28,583 
-67 
-714 
-939 
176 
4,268 
5,449 

-1,372 

-1,339 

34,002 
8,904 

16,949 

30,552 
5,848 

16,735 

-2,012 

6,495 

3,518 

10,575 

-3,828 

2,674 

7,816 

24,386 
-4 

12,969 

17,926 



(') See Toronto City, page 4. 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901 





Land 
Area 

ill 
square 
miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


Increase or 
Decrease 


Cities and Towns 


1921 


Per 

square 

mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Cities 




1,163,133 

12,206 
29,440 
13,256 
20,541 
13,216 
18,128 
114,151 




859,894 

9,876 
23,132 
10,770 
16,499 
10,299 
15, 175 
81,969 


544,247 

9,117 
16,619 
9,068 
3,633 
7,866 
11,496 
52,634 


303,239 

2,330 
6,308 
2,486 
4,042 
2,917 
2,953 
32, 182 


315,647 

759 
6,513 
1,702 

12,866 
2,433 
3,679 

29,335 


Belleville 


2-81 
4-93 
2-17 

15-41 
2-49 
4-85 

12-11 


4,343-77 
5,971-60 
6,108-75 
1,332-96 
6,307-63 
3,737-73 
9,426-18 


Brantford 




Fort William 


Gait 


Guelph ' 


Hamilton 



Note. — Hamilton City comprises the electoral districts of Hamilton East, Hamilton West, and part 
of the electoral district of Wentworth. London City comprises the electoral district of London and part 
of the electoral district of Middlesex East. Ottawa comprises the electoral district of Ottawa and parts 
of the electoral districts of Carleton and Russell. Toronto City comprises the electoral districts of Park- 
dale, Toronto Centre, Toronto East, Toronto North, Toronto South, Toronto West, and parts of York 
East, York South, and York West. 
43233—2 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911, and 1901 — Con. 





Land 
area in 
square 

miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


Increase or 
Decrease 


Cities and Towns 


1921 


Per 

square 

mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Cities— Concluded 
Kingston 


3-33 
4-45 

10-03 
2-58 
6-44 
4-54 
4-42 

13-59 
3-75 
2.81 
2-47 
7-65 
4-43 

25-89 
1-95 
4-26 
2-38 


21,753 
21,763 
60,959 
14,764 

107,843 
12,190 
20,994 
14,886 
19,881 
16,026 
14,877 
21,092 
16,094 

521,893 

8,654 

38,591 

9,935 

423,671 

2,195 
1,376 
2,426 
2,769 
4,077 
2,307 
2,194 

346 
6,936 
1,565 
1,843 

421 

633 
3,233 
2,451 
4,527 
10,040 
2,401 

477 
2,709 

926 
2,890 
1,287 
3,841 

405 
1,045 
1,708 
2,018 
. 4,449 
5,327 
3,306 
5,882 
2,597 
7,419 
1,847 
.1,339 
1,019 
4,978 
3,224 
.1,494 
5,324 

759 
1,588 
5,870 
1,422 
3,109- 
3,694. 
■ 2,061 
4,107 


6,532-43 
4,890-; 56 
6,077-66 
5,722-48 

16,745-81 
2,685;02 
4,749-77 
1,095-36 
5,301-60 
5,703-20 
6,023-07 
2,757-12 
3,632-95 

20,158-28 
4,437-94 
9,058-92 
4,174-36 


18,874' 
15,196 
46,300 

9,248' 
87,062 
12,558. 
18,360 
11,220 
12,484 
14,054: 

9,947 

14,920 

12,946 

376, 538 

5,318 
17,829 

9,320 

351,962 

2,323 
1,279 
2,452' 
2,560 
4,405 
1,901 
2, 102 

6,420^ 
1,387 
2,558' 

484! 

690 
2,814 
2,776 
3,412 
9,374 
1,770 

689 
1,831 

889 
3,051 

3,621 
412 
550 
1,734 
2,254 
5,638 

, 5,074 
1,715 
7,090 
3,082 
6,598 
2,013 
1,551 
715 

■ 4,299 
2,861 
1,581 
3,169 
. 670 
1,353 

1,445 
1,611 
3,804 
. 1,583 
4,822 


17,961 
9,747 

37,976 
5,702 

•59,928 
8,776 

12,886 
3,214 
9,946 

11,485 
8,176 
7,169 
9,959 
208,040 
1,863 

12, 153 
8,833 

289,393 

1,911 
• 1,256 
3,023 
2,222 
4,152 
1,590 
2,204 

5,949 
1,653 
2,656 

403 

907 
2,731 
2,479 
2,748 
8,940 
1,356 

894 
1,119 

.384 
2,485 

4,059 

493 

' 1,734 

2,547 

■ 4, 239 

5,755 

2,500 

6,704 

. 3,527 

■ 1,613 

140 

3,173 

2,105 

' 1,422 

' 776 

1,391 

1,553 
697 
3,526 
1,313 
4.158. 


2,879 
6,567 

14,659 
5,516 

20,781 
-368 
2,634 
• 3,666 
7,397 
1,972 
4,930 
6,172 
3,148 
145,355 
3,336 

20,762 
615 

71,709 

-128 

97 

-26 

209 

-328 

406 

92 

516 

178 

-715 

-63 

-57 

419 

-325 

1,115 

666 

631 

-212 

878 

37 

-161 

220 

-7 

495 

-26 

-236 

-1,189 

253 

1,591 
-1,208 

-485 
821 

-166 

-212 
304 
679 
363 
-87 

2,155 

89 

235 

-23 
1,498 

-no 

478 
-416 


913 




5,449 


London 


8,324 


Niagara Falls 


3,546 


Ottawa 


27, 134 




3,782 




5,474 


Port Arthur 


8,006 


■ St. Catharines 


2,538 


St. Thomas 


2,569 


Sarnia. . . 


1,771 


Sault Ste. Marie 


7,751 


Stratford 


2,987 


Toronto 


168,498 


Welland 


3,455 




5,676 


Woodstock 


487 


Towns 


62,569 




0-62 
0-78 
1-09 
0-95 
1-80 
1-83 
0-78 
3-73 
3-98 
0-78 
1-17 
1-12 
0-78 
4-45 
0-94 
203 
1-94 
1-06 
1-25 
0-91 
0-88 
0-94 
1-32 
1-48 
1-17 
1-00 
0-89 
1-41 
0-83 
4-00 
0-78 
6-94 
2-55 
0-90 
0-83 
1-00 
1-12 
1-22 
1-46 
1-48 
1-01 
0-73 
1-09 
0-86 
1-48 
1-25 
2-10 
. 1-50 
1-56 


3,540-32 
1,764-10 
2,225-68 
2,914-73 
2,265-00 
1,260-65 
2,812-82 
92-76 
1,742-71 
2,006-41 
1,575-21 

375-89 
• 811-53 

726-51 
2,607-44 
2,230-04 
5,175-25 
2,265-09 

381-60 
2,976-92 
1,052-27 
3,074-46 

975-00 
2,595-27 

346-15 
1,045-00 
1,91910 
1,431-20 
5,360-24 
1,331-75 
4,238-46 

847-55 
1,018-43 
8,243-33 
2,225-30 
1,339-00 

909-82 
4,080-32 
2,208-21 
1,009-45 
5,271-28 
1,039-72 
1,456-88 
6,825-58 

960-81 
2,487-20 
1,759-04 
1,374-00 
2,632-69 


412 


Alliston 


23 




-571 




338 




253 




311 




-102 


Bala 




Barrie 


471 




-266 


Blind River 


-98 


Bonfield 


81 


Bothwell 


-217 




83 


Bracebridge ; . . 


297 




664 




434 


Bridgeburg 


414 


Bruce Mines 


-205 




712 


Cache Bay 


505 


Campbellford 


576 


Capreol 






-438 


Charlton 






57 







Clinton. . 


-293 


Cobalt 




Cobourg 


835 








1,335 


Coppercliff 


- .582 


Cornwall 


-106 


Deseronto 


-1,514 


Dresden 


-62 




575 




l,12e 




75e 


Durham 


159 




2,393 


Englehart 


_ 


Essex. . . . 


-3i 


Ford City -. 




Forest 


-lOf 




91< 




278 




, 27( 


Goderich 


. 364 



TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911, and 1901 — Con. 



Cities and Towns 



Land 

area 

in 

square 

miles 



Population 



1921 



Per 
square 
miles 



1911 



1901 



Increase or 
Decrease 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



Towns — continued 

Gore Bay 

Gravenhurst 

Haileybury 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Hawkesbury 

Hespeler. 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll.' 

Iroquois Falls... 

Kearney 

Keewatin 

Kenora 

Kincardine 

Kingsville 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Leaside 

Lindsay 

Listowel.i 

Little Current. . . 

Massey... 

Matheson 

Maltawa 

Meaford 

Mcrritton 

Midland 

Milton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

New Liskeard... 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara 

North Bay 

Oakville 

Ojibway 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene . 

Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Colborne.. . 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Presoott 

Preston 

Rainy River 

Renfrew 

Ridge town 

Riverside 

Rockland 

St. Marys 

Sandwich 

Seaf orth 

Simcoe 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

Sioux Lookout. . . 



635 
1,'478 
3,743 
2,781 
1,263 
5,544 
2,777 
2,246 
5,150 
1,178 

319 
1,327 
5,407 
2,077 
1,783 

227 
3,675 

325 
7,620 
2,477 

923 

632 

305 
1,462 
2,650 
2,544 
7,016 
1,873 
3,751 
1,800 
1,718 
3,038 
2,268 
3,626 
2,669 
1,357 
10,692 
3,298 

101 
2,187 
8,774 
11,940 
1,523 
4,368 
1,152 
3,546 
7,875 
4,037 
3,790 
3,148 
3,356 
3,415 
4,456 

614 
2,636 
5,423 



444 

906 

855 

155 

496 

847 

4,415 

1,829 

3,953 

6,790 

1,537 

1,127 



90 

1,154 

3,199 

3,433 

908 

204 

804 

208 

497 

280 

651 

331 

484 

699 

2,476 

454 

2,893 

204 

3,048 

1,173 

1,318 

810 

3,050 

896 

1,132 

3,741 

3,203 

3,405 

4,808 

962 

777 

1,315 

2,412 

3,208 

3,421 

766 

3,259 

2,198 

, 46 

807 

1,870 

3,532 

1,015 

3,670 

1,387 

1,746 

2,651 

1,506 

1,738 

745 

902 

710 

590 

563 

432 

671 

1,324 

156 

1,952 

411 

3,207 

931 

1,410 

2,406 

3,187 

4,243 

598 

3,220 



703 
1,624 
3,874 
2,342 
1,491 
4,400 
2,368 
2,358 
4,763 

812 
1,242 
6,158 
1,956 
1,427 

428 
2,652 

6,964 

2,289 

1,208 

8C4 

1,-524 

2 in 

.,670 
<, 663 
1,6.':4 
1,373 
1,766 
1,839 
2,807 
2,108 
2,996 
686 
1,318 
7,737 
2,372 

2,340 
6,828 
7,436 
1,665 
4,098 
1,289 
3,429 
5,626 
3,568 
3,588 
3,518 
3,564 
1,624 
5,092 
644 
2,801 
3,883 
1,578 
3,846 
1,954 

3,397 
3,388 
2,302 
1,983 
3,227 
6,370 
1,685 
550 



723 
2,146 

1,392 
1,637 
4,150 
2,457 
2,152 
4,573 

414 
1,156 
6,202 
2,077 
1,537 

2,451 

7,003 
2,693 

728 
414 

1,400 
1,916 
1,710 
3,174 
1,372 
437 
1,945 
2,019 
3,143 

2,125 
209 
1,258 
2,530 
1,643 

2,511 
4,907 
4,394 
1,850 
3,229 
1,430 
2,884 
5,156 
2,422 
3,588 
4,135 
3,698 
1,253 
4,188 
447 
3,019 
2,308 

3,153 
2,405 

1,998 
3,384 
1,450 
2,245 
2,627 
5,155 
1,636 



-146 
-131 

439 
-228 
1,144 

409 
-112 

387 

-493 
85 

-751 
121 
356 

-201 

1,023 

656 

188 

-285 

-232 

-62 
-161 

874 
2,353 

219 

2,378 

34 

-121 

231 

160 

630 

1,983 

39 

2,955 

926 

-163 
1,946 
4,604 
-142 

270 
-137 

117 
2,249 

469 

202 
-370 
-208 
1,791 
-636 
-30 
-165 
1,540 
-134 
1,060 
-99 



459 
2,113 
-154 

726 

420 
-148 

»77 



-20 
-822 

950 
-146 
260 
-89 
206 
190 

398 
86 

956 
-121 
-110 

201 

-39 

-404 

480 

450 

124 

895 

-40 

1,489 

282 

936 

-179 

-180 

-336 

871 

477 

60 

5,207 

729 

-171 

1,821 

3,042 

-185 

869 

-141 

645 

470 

lil46 



-617 

-134 

371 

904 

197 

-218 

1,575 

693 
-451 

1,399 
4 

852 
-262 

600 
1,215 

49 



6- 

TABLE 3. Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911, and 1901— Con. 





Land 

area 

in 

square 

miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


Increase or 
Decrease 


Cities and Towns 


1921 


Per 

square 

mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Towns— concluded 
Stayner . 


1-80 
3-32 
1-00 
4-00 
1-72 
1-17 
1-12 
1-03 
0-81 
2-50 
1-02 
2-81 
1-05 
0-66 
0-88 
2-19 
1-56 
0-90 
4-53 
1-14 
70 
5-94 
1-12 
0-78 


972 
2,691 
4,125 
8,621 

978 
1,651 

820 
4,825 
1,673 
2,974 
3,843 
5,902 

388 

856 
1,499 
2,344 
7,059 
4,006 
5,883 

567 
3,166 
2,800 
1,726 
2,092 


540-00 

810-54 
4,125-00 
2,155-25 

568-60 
1,411-11 

732-14 
4,684-46 
2,065-43 
1,189-60 
3,767-64 
2,100-35 

369-52 
1,296-96 
1,703-40 
1,070-31 
4,525-00 
4,451-11 
1,298-67 

497-36 
4,522-85 

471-38 
1,541 07 
2,682-05 


1,039 
2,823 
2,199 
4,150 

1,945 
793 
2,273 
1,368 
2,758 

3,988 

1,433 
1,577 
2,601 
3,302 
3,438 
4,359 
657 
1,875 
2,248 
2,266 
2,238 


1,225 
2,933 
1,418 
2,027 

1,205 
786 
1,979 
1,012 
2,241 

4,217 

1,657 
1,674 
2,971 
1,595 
2,763 
3,537 
380 
1,083 
2,110 
2,443 
2,392 


-67 
-132 
1,926 
4,471 

-294 
27 

2,552 
305 
216 

1,914 

-577 
-78 

-257 

3,757 
568 

1,524 
-90 

1,291 
552 

-540- 

-146 


-186 




-110 


Sturgeon Falls 


781 




2,123 


Tecumseh 


_ 


Thessalon 


740 


Thornbury 


• 7 


'Thorold. 


294 


Tilbury 


356 




517 


Timmins 


- 




-229 


Trout Creek 


- 


Uxbridge ■ 


-224 


Vankleek Hill 


-97 




-370 


Walkerville 


1,707 




675 


Waterloo 


822 


Webb wood 


277 




792 


Whitby ■ 


138 




-177 




-154 







TABLE 4. Population of Incorporated Villages of Ontario, 1921, 1911, and 1901, as classed 

in 1921 



Villages 



Electoral 
District 



1921 


1911 


1901 


no, 566 


110,869 


109,342 


1,722 


1,72C 


1,484 


632 


56f 


744 


691 


806 


898 


420 


424 


468 


1,104 


1,102 


1,285 


726 


802 


953 


777 


823 


827 


768 


625 


654 


349 


347 


407 


402 


477 


568 


1,256 


1,096 


832 


933 


1,015 


855 


582 


564 


634 


608 


520 


607 


6O0 


610 


62] 


656 


704 


871 


1,095 


l.OOC 


914 


679 


712 


702 


961 


946 


984 


1,411 


1,320 


1,37S 


870 


902 


1,114 


981 


976 


849 


1,223 


952 


801 


869 


94S 


1,06S 


1,241 


1,111 


1,37S 


977 


956 


707 


784 


736 


771 


332 


357 


261 


967 


i 883 


932 


1,137 


: 707 


46C 


469 


595 


608 


711 


' 762 


734 


932 


999 


1,017 


65S 


. 649 


634 


Hi 


375 


354 


65S 


643 


654 


29S 






733 


■ 825 


823 


279 


- 


- 


6O0 


706 


791 


813 


836 


863 


675 


687 


762 


1,015 


1,189 


1,107 


2,016 


1,782 


1,060 


1,136 


1,197 


1,187 


460 


477 


695 


28 


_ 


- 


205 


_ 


_ 


479 


511 


511 


1,442 


1,555 


1,792 


1,031 


1,053 


1,132 


1,796 


1,534 


1,396 


383 


411 


284 


422 


- 




1,546 


1,146 


890 


786 


- 


- 


862 


841 


1,034 


620 


776 


751 


2,004 


1,669 


1,001 


1,169 


1,106 


1,020 


730 


883 


815 


1,268 


1,436 


984 


756 


792 


820 


317 


309 


299 


394 


_ 




376 


602 


446 


1,524 


- 


- 


916 


849 


1,097 


. 485 


510 


42! 


926 


- 


- 


1,204 


1,192 


1,623 


522 


435 


463 


1,189 


1,397 


1,244 


597 


737 


979 


672 


624 


683 



Villages 



Electoral 
District 



1901 



All Villages.. 

Acton.. . .. . . 

Ailsa Craig.. 

Al vinston 

- Arkona 

Arthur 

Athens 

Ayr 

Bancroft 

Bath 



Bayfield 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Boiton 

Bradford '.. . 

Brighton 

Brussels 

Burk'a Falls 

Caledonia 

Cannington 

Cardinal 

■ Casselman 

Cayuga...: 

Chatsworth 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Cobden...; 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Crystal Beach. . . 

Dellii 

Deloro 

Drayton 

Dutton 

Dundalk 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erie Beach 

Erican .' 

Erin 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fort Erie 

Frankford 

Glencoe 

Grand Valley 

Grimsby 

Hagersville 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hensall 

Hepworth 

Highgato 

Holland Landing 

Humberstone 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskosing — . , 

Kemptviile 

Killaloe Station. . 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 



Halton 

Middlesex West, 
Lambton Eaat — 
Lambton East — 
Wellington North . 

Leeds 

Waterloo South... 
Hastings West... . 
Lennox & Adding- 

ton 

Huron South 

Lincoln 

Ontario North 

Siincoe South 

J<]ssex North 

Prince Edward . . . 

Huron North 

Victoria 

Peel 

Simcoe South 

Northumberland . 

Huron North 

Parry Sound 

Haldimand 

Ontario North 

Grenville 

Russell 

Haldimand 

Grey Southeast... 

Dundas 

Welland 

Wellington North 

Renfrew North 

Northumberland , 

Simcoe East 

Lambton West — 
Simcoe North. . . . 

Welland 

Norfolk 

Hastings West... . 
Wellington North. 

Elgin West 

Grey Southeast. . . 
Renfrew South. . . 
Waterloo North.. 
Wellington South. 

Oxford North 

Kent 

Kent 

Wellington South 

Huron South 

Victoria 

Wellington South 

Dundas 

Grev Southeast. . 

Welland 

Hastings West.. . 
Middlesex West.. 

Dufferin 

Lincoln 

Haldimand 

Northumberland 
Peterboro East. . 

Huron South 

Bruce North 

Kent 

York North 

Welland 

Dundas 

Haldimand 

Temiskaming 

Grenville 

Renfrew South... 
Peterboro East.. ; 

Lanark 

Glengarry & Stor- 

mont 



Lion's Head 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Maxville 

Merrickville 

Mildmay 

MiJlbrook 

Milverton 

Morrisburg 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg.. 

Norwich 

Norwood _. .. 

Oil Springs.. .'. .. 

Omemee 

Paisley 

Point Edward... 

Port Carling 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie.. 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

PortMcNicoU... 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Portsmouth 

Port Stanley. 

Rodney 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill.. 

Shallow Lake 

Shelburne 

South River 

Springfield 

Stirling 

Stouffville 

Streetsville 

Sutton 

Sturgeon Point . . . 

Sundridge 

Tara 

Tavistock 

-Teeswater 

Thames ville 

Thedford 

Thornloe 

Tiverton 

Tottenham 

Tweed 

Victoria Harbour, 

Vienna 

Wards ville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Winchester 

Woodbridge 

Wood ville 

Wroxeter 

Wyoming 



Bruce North 

Prescott 

Middlesex East.. . 

Bruce South 

Hastings East 

Parry Sound 

Grey Southeast. . . 

York South 

Hastings West 

Glengarry & Stor- 

mont 

Grenville 

Bruce South 

Durham 

Perth North 

Dundas 

Grey Southeast. . . 

Leeds 

Lennox & Adding- 

ton 

Middlesex West. . . 

Durham 

Waterloo South. . . 

Oxford South 

Peterboro Eaat. . . 

Lambton East 

Victoria 

Bruce South 

Lambton West 

Muskoka 

Peel 

Lincoln 

Norfolk ' 

Bruce North 

Simcoe East 

Ontario South .... 

Norfolk 

Kingston 

Elgin East 

Elgin West 

Carleton 

York South 

Grey North 

Dufferin 

Parry Sound 

Elgin East 

Hastings West — 

York North 

Peel 

York North 

Victoria 

Parry Sound 

Bruce North 

Oxford North 

Bruce South 

Lambton East 

Lambton East 

Temiskaming 

Bruce North 

Simcoe South 

Hastings East 

Simcoe East^ 

Elgin East 

Middlesex West. . . 

Wentworth 

Norfolk 

Lambton East 

Prince Edward . . . 

ElginWest 

Leeds 

Kent 

Dundas 

York West 

Victoria 

Huron North 

Lambton West — 



425 

1.298 

683 

905 

1,068 

288 

882 

1,012 

948 

726 
807 
708 
717 
961 
1,444 
422 
346 

416 

237 

559 

1,351 

1,176 

766 

490 

610 

760 

1,258 

454 

1,123 

1,492 

1,462 

1,291 

1,074 

1,143 

672 

2,351 

973 

756 

413 

1,055 

362 

1,072 

673 

460 

844 

1,053 

615 

789 

47 

423 

645 

1,011 

829 

800 

524 

141 

292 

494 

1,339 

1,463 

288 

301 

754 

1,123 

1,069 

824 

756 

741 

378 

1,126 

672 

462 

■ 337 

482 



1,347 
709 
967 

1,068 

926 
909 
866 

759 
993 

793 
826 
1,696 
466 
469 

465 
377 
656 
1,484 
1,112 
811 
646 
605 
830 
874 
■378 

1,152 
1,138 
1,235 

1,148 
721 

1,786 
891 
676 
428 
662 
509 

1,113 
693 
454 
848 

1,034 
543 
753 

420 
651 
981 
864 
807 
559 
62 
342 
517 

1,: 

1,616 
332 
240 
766 

1,083 

1,092 
785 
740 
803 

1,143 
607 
.394 
366 
669 



1,026 

848 

1,111 

1,157 

892 
967 
961 

749 
1,024 

917 
698 
1,693 
.466 
432 

614 
454 
645 

1,208 

1,269 
945 

1,018 
574 

1,036 
780 
323 

1,125 
1,177 
1,313 

1,465 
667 

1,827 
552 
,728 
469 
629 
607 

1,188 
294 
501 
845 

1,223 
522 
646 

357 
0625 
403 
930 
864 
633 

470 

611 

1,168 

989 

352 

343 

622 

1,122 

1,279 

652 

663 

717 

1,101 

604 

458 

■ 446 

■829 



43233—3 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years, 1921, 1911 and 1901 





Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 

over 

■ 1901 


ONTARIO . 

Algoma East V-.' 


2,933,662 

40,618 

343 
335 
614 

39 
320 

50 
196 
130 
6 
372 
2 
369 

35 

87 

36 

310 

1 

611 

77 
832 

75 
448 

153 

2,236 

4 

152 

193 

11 

46 
193 
198 
■430 
228 
473 
9 

21 

571 
39 
82 

616 
44 
24 

198 
75 

198 

363 
21 
14 
28 

135 

127 
1 

262 

99 

2 

84 

30 

10 

416 


2,527,292 

37,699 

322 
215 
668 

284 
557 
206 

388 

535 

91 

293 

552 

780 

323 
6 

1,305 

143 
319 

126 

15 

57 

323 

267 

1,600 

296 

390 

53 

6 

3 

478 

12 

217 

206 

429 

98 

11 

131 

94 

310 

81 

2 

6 

10 

15 
420 


2,182,947 

25,211 

122 

■ 1,150 

14 
930 

268 

751 
162 
285 
699 
757 
>125 

566 
301 

94 
167 
285 
663 
102 
117 

241 

221 

256 

761 

8 

13 

27 
68 

521 
63 

7 

93 
1,217 


406,382 

2,919 

21 
120 

-54 

36 

-507 

-10 

-16 

-166 

-4 

17 

59 

52 

125 

931 

9 
-126 

-11 
. -130 

-69 
-1,170 

-68 
83 

-44 

93 

32 

-19 

-8 
-66 

-77 

17 

. 4 

33 

-48 

18 



-5 
-4 


344,345 
12,488 


Aird Island 


200 


Allan... . 






-482 








270 




-373 




-62 


Beaumont .' 






_ 


Bidwell. . . 


_ 


BigloW'. 


_ 




-216 


Blewett ... , 




Bright 


-71 


Bright Additional 






•8 


Cabot 




Campbell 


-147 


Carlyle 




, Carnarvon ; '."." 


23 






Cartier 


198 




_ 


Champagne * 


_ 




_ 


Churchill 


_ 




-423 




18 






Collins... 


_ 




_ 




-37 




156 


Day 


-18 




937 




194 




273 








_ 




_ 




. 


Esten and Spragge ; . . . . 


237 






Fairbank ' 


_ 




_ 


Foster ; 


_ 




_ 


Galbraith 


-4 






Gladstone 


-50 




-332 




90 


Govin. 


_ 


Gould.. . 


-2 




104 




26 






Hallam 


-211 




18 


Hart 






.- 




3 






Hennessy 


_ 




-7J 


Howland '. ■ 


-797 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 192i, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 ■ 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTA BI O— Continued 



Algoma Easl^Continued 

Hyman 

Ivanhoe 

John Island 

Kapuskasing ! 

Keith 

Kirkwall 

Kirkwood 

Lampman 

Lcask 

Lefroy 

Legge 

Leinster 

Levack 

Lewis 

Long 

Lome 

Louise 

Lougheed 

Lumbo.. 

Lumsden 

McMurchy 

Mackinnon 

Mark 

Marsh 

Mattagami 

May 

Merritt 

Mills 

Miramichi 

Moncrieff 

Morgan 

Morin ; . 

Montgomery 

Munster 

Nairn 

Noble 

Oates 

Ogilvie 

Parkinson 

Patton 

Penhorwood 

Picnic Island 

Procter ' 

Rayside 

Regan 

Robinson 

Rose 

Rutherford 

Salter 

Sandfield 

Shakespeare 

Scarle 

Scotia 

Shedden 

Shenango 

Shequiandah 

Snider 

Stefansson 

Strathearn 

Striker 

Sweeny 

Tehkummah 

Thcssalon East 

Thessalon West 

Thompson 

Totten 



43333—3} 



39 
10 

114 

20 

6 

32 

2 

1 

677 

6 

22 

252 

487 

45 

328 

278 

42 

37 
30 
29 

85 

5 

470 

!,750 

195 

2 

117 

62 

48 

1 

3 

203 

457 

55 

2 

521 

102 

79 

24 

952 

7 

256 

95 

329 

374 

250 

136 

1 

32 

595 

12 

270 

,157 

8 

40 

117 

162 



216 

66 
737 



633 

105 

^ 72 

116 

6 
85 

22 
1 



489 

1,106 

205' 



480 



180 
140 

228 

865 

199 
80 
320 
438 
294 
128 



662 

301 
986 

8 
167 



560 


577 


692 


677 


243 
70 


204 



148 

161 
322 



274 

73 

269 



264 



190 
114 



820 

518 
93 
288 
783 
283 
57 



456 

73 
369 



218 

521 
606 
189 



-34 
-60 



-146 

-60 

256 

162 



-48 
7 



-19 

1,644 

-10 

109 



-277 



341 

-38 



87 

57 

15 

9 

-64 

-44 



-67 

-31 
171 

32 
-50 

-17 
16 
39 



68 

-95 
415 



96 
53 






78 
19 



215 

1,033 

-64 



216 



-10 
26 



45 

-319 

-13 

32 

■^345 
11 
71 



206 

228 
617 



-51 

56 
71 
15 



10 

TABLE 5. Population by. Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



.1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Algoma Kast — Concluded 

Trill : 

Ulster .' 

Vernon 

Victoria ■ 

Vrooman 

Waters 

Wells 

Westbrook 

Wigle 

Canadian Pacific Railway from Stralak to Bolckow 

Aubry. : 

Biscotasing 

Bolckow 

Dufal '■ •■ 

Eureka 

Flourite • 

Forks 

Goldie 

Healy 

Kinogaming 

Metagama 

Mileage ■ 

Munro Siding, Camp I and 11 

Musk 

Nemegos 

Nicholsons 

Pogawaaing 

Poulin 

Karusay • 

Ridout 

Roberts Siding and Robert. . . ; 

Railway Gang 

Stralak 

Sutton ■ : 

Tophet 

TurnbuU ■. •■•■ 

Wakami .' 

Wayland 

Windermere Lake 

Woman River 

Algoma Eastern Railway from Goat Island to Mer- 

rit tovmship 

Bausquet 

Fox Lake 

Fraser Bay ' 

Harvey Creek — 

Irdells Island 

.Tames •• 

La Cloche Island... 

Long Lake 

Majestic Mine 

McGregor 

Raven Lake 

WUlisvi^Ue 

West River 

White Fish Falls 



Other Parts 

Indian Reserves. 
Towns — 

Blind River.. . 

Chelmsford — 

Gore Bay 

Little Current.. 

MasBey 

ThesBalon 

Webbwood 



1 

12 

3 

359 

11 

455 

153 

10 

70 

1,S94 
35 
244 
72 
10 
10 
28 
S 
16 



23 

160 

49 

3 

38 

298 

7 

5 

75 

26 

21 

115 

12 

5 

3 

4 

10 

17 

83 



19 

7 

4 

17 

3 

4 

13 

12 

4 

16 
2 
14 
55 
12 

3,602 



46 



379 

227 
163 



271 



26 



144 
15 



399(1) 
3,907 



1,843 


2,558 


1,045 


550 


635 


703 


923 


1,208 


632 


864 


1,651 


1,945 


567 


657 



335 

129 
140 



-45 



-20 

228 
-10 



480 
-27 



44 

98 
23 



-25 

42 

10 

-21 
-7 
34 
-3 



-21 



68 



3,766(1) 



723 

728 

1,205 



-305 

-715 

495 

-68 

-285 

-232 

-294 

-90 



-20 
480 

740 



(>) Not distributed by localities. 



11 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Algoma West 

Aberdeen ' 

Arvenge 

Aweres 

Bicknell 

Curtis 

Deroche 

Ebbs (part) 

Farquhar ■. 

Fenwick 

Fisher 

Flanders 

Franz 

Gaudette 

Gill 

Haig. .| , 

Hanlan (part) 

Haviland 

Hawkins 

Hiawatha 

Hilton 

Hodgins. 

Irving 

Jarvis 

Jocelyn 

Johnston 

Kars 

Kehoe. 

Korah 

Laird 

Lessard 

Ley 

Lowther (part) 

MacDonald 

Maro;ery '. 

McMahon . . . .' 

McMillan 

Malloy 

Marne 

Martin 

Meredith 

Michipicoten Harbour 

Nagami 

Parke 

Pennefather 

Plummer 

Plummer Additional 

Prince ^. 

Rankin. 

Ryan ^ 

St. Joseph Island 

Shields 

Shuel 

Simpson 

Stoddart 

Studholme 

Tarbutt \ 

. Tarbutt Additional ; 

Tarentorus and St. Marys 

Templeton 

Tilley 

Tupper 

Vankoughnet 

Walls 

Way (part) 

Whitman 

Wicksteed 



Population in 



1921 1911 



33,676 

288 
76 
15 
34 
2 
47 
5 
14 

167 
65 
16 
74 

104 
4 
6 

136 
14 
15 
11 

522 

310 
45 
32 

344 

752 



990 

531 

9 

27 

695 

14 

5 

12 

18 

78 

10 

178 

101 

1 

49 

1 

426 

435 

183 

19 

19 

1,017 

26 

16 

4 

14 

13 

328 

721 

3 

11 

86 

7 

380 

11 
384 



8,753 
234 

14 

871 



145 
50 



30 
378 



337 

706 

47 

814 
476 

20 

566 



145 
1,001 



■ 402 
267 
213 

18 
1,098 



357 
697 



1 
84 



1901 



17,894 

435 



954 



407 



452 
656 



295 
436 



473 



45 

1,500 
207 

1,137 



368 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1,934 

54 

1 

-824 



-16 
144 



7 
46 



176 
55 



29 



33 
-900 



24 

168 

-30 

1 

-81 



-29 
24 



1911 
over 
1901 



10,858 

-2bi 



-809 



-29 



-115 
50 



519 
40 



93 



100 



-1,098 
6 

-39 



-11 



12 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Core. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 19U 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Algoma West — Concluded 

Woolrick 

All the territory W. of RangeSS, North oftp. IB an 
South of ip. 28, exclusive of Michipicoten Har- 
bour • • 

Agawa River 

Agawa Rock '. 

Cape Gargantua •, . . 

Michipicoten Falls 

Michipicoten River 

Mill Lake 

Nowack Mines 

Pickerel Lake 

Summit Lake 

Townships 22 to 27 in ranges 10 to 14 north of Curtis, 
Whitman, Gaudette, Marne, Archibald and Tilley 
Township. Range. - 



22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
25 
26 
27 



10 
11 
13 
11 
12 
13 
13 
14 
14 



White 



Canadian Pacific Railway from Dalton to 
River 

Amyot 

Carry 

Cowslip 

Dalton 

Depew 

Franz 

Girdwood 

Grasset 

Locklash 

Missanabi 

O'Brien 

Otter 

Swanson 

Wanada 

White River (not inc.) 

Algoma Central Railway from North boundary of 
township of Marne to Franz 

Agawa 

Alden 

Canyon 

Eton 

Frater 

Gaudreau 

Hawk Junction 

Hubert 

Limer 

Millwood 

Sand Lake '. 

Mileage 125 



Mileage 140. 
Mileage 148. 
Mileage 154. 
Mileage 160. 



Other parts 

Indian Reserves 

Sault Ste. Marie city. 
Bruce Mines town 



ISO 
4 
2 

14 
9 

33 

17 
1 

49 
1 

152 
3 



5 
26 

7 
15 
14 



6S6 

25 

20 

" 10 

16 

12 

79 

35 

11 

3 

-67 

4 

5 

6 

8 

355 

S49 

9 

7 

5 

5 

14 

80 

30 

7 

3 

36 

5 

19 

10 

83 

33 

3 



987 
21,092 

477 



401 



401 



2,935(1) 

827 

14,920 



3,380(1) 
7,169 



160 
6,172 
-212 



7,751 



(1) Not distributed by localities. 



13 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921. 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Brant 

Brantford E 

Burford 

Dumfries South. 

Onondaga 

, Tuscarora 

Paris town 



Brantford 

Oakland 

Brantford W. (part). 
Brantford city 



Bruce North 

Albemarle 

Amabel 

Arran 

Bruce 

Eastnor 

Kincardine 

Lindsay 

St. Edmunds 

Saugeen 

Indian Reserves. 
Towns — 

Kincardine 

Southampton. . 

Wiarton 

Villages — 

Hepworth 

Lion's Head. . . 

Port Elgin 

Tara 

Tiverton 



Bruce South. 



Brant. 

Carrick 

Culross 

Elderslie 

■Greenock 

Huron 

Kinloss 

Towns — 

Chealey — 

Walkorton. . 
Villages — 

Lucknow... 

Mildmay.. . 

Paisley 

Teeswater . 



Carleton 

Fitzroy 

Goulburn 

Huntley 

March 

Marlborough 

Nepean 

North Gower 

Torbolton ^ . 

Ottawa city (part) . 
Richmond village. . 



Dufferln 

Amaranth. . . 
Garafraxa E. 



20,085 

■4,876 
4,126 
2,821 
1,134 
2,760' 
4,368 

33,292 

889 

2,963 

29,440 

20,872 

898 
1,938 
1,858 
1,877 
1,148 
1,935 

588 

343 
1,196 

881 

2,077 
1,537 
1,726 

317 
425 
1,291 
545 
292 

23,413 

3,063 
2,938 
2,101 
1,671 
2,229 
2,572 
1,585 

1,708 
2,344 

905 
708 
760 
829 

32,673 

2,494 
2,201 
1,922 

894 

1,078 

10,867 

1,847 

739 
10,218 

413 

1S,41S 

1,907 
1,233 



19,259 

4,524 
4,133 
2,805 
1,104 
2,595 
4,098 

26,617 

803 

2,682 

23,132 

23,783 

1,222 

2,255 

2,091 

2,398 

1,642 

2,343 

699 

434 

1,422 

933 

1,956 
1,685 
2,266 

309 

1,235 
551 
342 

26,249 

3,532 
4,008 
2,414 
1,950 
2,595 
2,951 
1,813 

1,734 
2,601 

967 

830 
854 

24,417 

2,488 
2,358 
1,965 

967 

1,339 

5,170 

■ 1,923 

842 
6,937 

428 

17,740 

2,209 
1,437 



18,273 

3,254 
4,512 
2,922 
1,186 
3,170 
3,229 

19,867 

745 

2,503 

16,619 

27,424 

1,962 
3,587 
2,562 
3,109 
1,830 
2,855 
751 
623 
1,581 



2,077 
1,636 
2,443 



1,313 
625 
470 

31,596 

4,349 
5,023 
2,955 
2,458 
3,085 
3,539 
2,355 

1,734 
2,971 

1,111 



930 

22,880 

2,767 
2,765 
2,236 
1,184 
1,584 
5,840 
2,235 
1,002 
2,798 
469 

21,036 

2,798 
1,895 



826 

352 
-7 
16 
30 
165 
270 

6,675 

86 

281 

6,308 

-2,911 

-324 
-317 
-233 
-521 
-494 
-408 
-111 

-91 
-226 

-52 

121 
-148 
-540 



56 

-6 

-50 

-2,836 

-469 
-1,070 
-313 
-279 
-366 
-379 
-228 

-26 

-257 

-62 

-70 
-25 

8,256 

6 
-157 

-43 

-73 
-261 
5,697 

-76 
^103 
3,281 

-15 

-2,325 

-302 
-204 



986 

1,270 
-379 
-117 
-82 
-575 



6,750 

58 

179 

6,513 

-3,641 

-740 
-1,332 
-471 
-711 
-188 
-512 
-52 
-189 
-159 



-121 

49 

-177 



-78 

-74 

-128 

-5,347 

-817 
-1,015 
-541 
-508 
-490 
-588 
-542 


-370 

-144 

-256 
-76 

1,537 

-279 
-407 
-271 
-217 
-245 
-670 
-312 
-160 
4,139 
-41 

-3,296 

-589 
-458 



14 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 





Population in , 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


J921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ONTARIO— Continued 

Dufferln— Concluded 

Luther E 


1,174 
2,804 
2,124 
2,294 
2,187 

620 
1,072 

24,388 

2,932 
3,293 
2,965 
3,764 
3,194 
3,404 

967 

383 

916 

1,444 

1,126 

24,629 

1,399 
2,188 
3,039 
3,780 
2,754 
2,504 
3,233 
4,456 

717 
559 

17,306 

3,438 
1,550 
3,191 
5,212 
2,194 

973 
460 

288 

27,678 

3,020 

2,666 

3,642 

16,026 

813 
756 
755 

71,150 

2,432 
2,082 
1,713 
1,548 
4,598 
38,591 


1,359 
3,080 
2,677 
2,750 
2,340 

775 
1,113 

25,973 

3,227 
3,664 
3,077 
4,170 
3,469 
3,384 

883 

411 

849 

1,696 

1,143 

26,411 

1,584 
2,499 
3,375 
3,682 
3,115 
2,802 
2,814 
5,092 

793 
655 

17,597 

3,450 
1,642 
3,509 
5,217 
2,102 

891 
454 
332 

26,715 

3,278 

3,198 

3,933 

14,054 

836 
676 
740 

38,006 

2,788 
2,231 

4,195(1) 
1,608 
3,231 

17,829 


1,698 
3,831 
3,111 
3,253 
2,511 

751 
1,188 

28,350 

3,765 
4,016 
3,427 
4,828 
3,906 
3,585 

932 

1,097 
1,693 
1,101 

27,570 

1,768 
2,729 
'3,788 
4,174 
3,273 
3,357 
2,731 
4,188 

917 
645 

17,901 

3,771 
1,637 
3,795 
5,089 
2,204 

552 
501 
352 

25,685 

5,341 

3,658 

4,338 

11,485 

863 

28,789 

3,117 
2,625 
2,794 
1,710 
2,738 
12,153 


-185 
-276 
-553 
-456 
-153 

-155 
-41 

-1,585 

-295 
-371 
-112 
-406 
-275 
20 

84 
-28 

67 

-252 

-17 

-1,782 
-185 
-311 
-336 
98 
-361 
-298 
419 
-636 

-76 
-96 

-291 

-12 

-92 

-318 

-5 

92 

82 
. 6 
-44 

963 

-258 
-532 
-291 
1,972 

-23 
SO 
15 

33,144 

-356 
-149 

-60 

1,367 

20, 762 


-339 




-751 




-434 




-503 




-171 


Villages — 
Grand Valley 


24 


Shelbume 


-75 


Dundas ". 


-2,377 


Finch 


-538 


Matilda 


-352 


Mountain 


-350 




-658 


Williamsburg 


-437 




. -201 


Villages^ 
Chesterville 


- 49 


Finch 




Iroquois 


-248 




3 


Winchester 


42 


Durham 


-1,159 




-184 


Cavan 


-230 


Clarke 


-413 




-492 


Hope.. . 


-158 


Manvers. ... 


-555 




83 




904 


Villages — 

Millbrook 


-124 




10 


Elgin East 


-304 


Bayham .... 


-321 




5 


Malahide 


-286 




128 


Aylmer town . . 


-102 


Port Stanley 


339 


Springfield . 


-47 


Vienna 


-20 


Elgin West 


1,030 




-2,063 


Dunwich 


-460 




-405 


St. Thomas city 


2,569 


Villages — 
Dutton , ■ 


-27 




_ 




_ 


Essex North 


9,217 




, -329 


Rochester . 


-394 






Sandwich S ■ 


-102 


Sandwich W 


493 


Windsor city 


5,676 



(') The towns of Tecumseh and Eiversi'de included in township in 1911. 



15 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, .1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 ' 1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease {— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



■ 1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Essex North— Concluded 
Towns — 

Ford City 

Ojibway 

Riverside 

Sandwich ' 

Tecumseh 

Walkerville 

Belle River village 

Essex South 

Anderson 

Colchester N 

Colchester S 

Gosfield N 

Gosfield S , 

Maiden 

Mersea'. ; 

Pelee Island 

Tilbury N 

Tilbury W 

Towns — 

Amhcratburg 

Essex 

Kingsville 

Leamington 

Tilbury (part) 

Fort WiUiam and Rainy River 

Atwood 

Aylesworth 

Barwick 

Bigsby Island 

Blake 

Blue 

Burriss 

Carpenter 

Conmee 

Crooks 

Crozier 

Curran. . .' 

Dance 

Devlin ; 

Dewart 

Dilke 

Dobie 

Farrington 

Fleming 

'' Gillies 

Halkirk 

Kingsford 

Lash 

Lybster 

McCrosson 

Mclrvine 

Marks 

Mather 

Mathieu 

Miscampbell 

Morley 

Morson 

Neebing 

Nelles 

O'Conner 

Oliver 

Paipoonge 

Pardee 

43233—4 



870 
101 
155 
415 
978 
059 



,«5 

,967 

,729 
769 

,131 
427 

,370 
448 
793 
858 

,568 

769 
588 
783 
,675 
550 



39,661 

309 

132 

86 

23 

189 

181 

308 

294 

306 

103 

232 

87 

25 

472 

37 

260 

264 

37 

11 

422 

40 

97 

778 

427 

188 

83 

165 

260 

37 

114 

442 

129 

347 

163 

394 

944 

991 

28 



2,302 

3,302 
520 

29,541 

1,981 
1,892 
2,802 
1,955 
2,412 
1,371 
4,081 
830 
2,075 
1,744 

2,560 
1,353 
1,427 
2,652 
406 

32,158 

264 

102 

50 

22 

97 

164 

204 

269 

145 

188 
33 
35 

395 
3 

271 

196 

1 
395 

51 
503 
344 
140 

32 

• 120 

160 

65 
365 

98 
126 

82 
371 
772 
742 

24 



1,450 

1,595 
607 

29,955 

2,071 
2,145 
2,763 
1,999 
2,417 
1,489 
4,172 
669 
2,192 
2,209 

2,222 
1,391 
1,537 
2,451 
228 

18,461 

275 
640 



28 
59 
74 

19 

23 

135 

11 

251 

153 



279 



90 
84 
14 



6 
274 

27 

15 

151 

504 

284 

3 



2,113 
3,757 



1,884 

-14 

-163 

-33 

176 

15 

-1 

367 

-37 

-217 

-176 

209 
235 
356 
1,023 
144 

7,503 

45 
30 
36 
1 
92 
17 

104 
25 

161 

44 
54 

-10 
77 
34 

-11 



10 

27 

46 
275 
83 
48 
51 
45 
100 

49 

77 

31 

221 

81 

23 

172 

249 

4 



852 

1,707 
-87 

-414 

-90 

-253 

39 

-44 

-5 

■ -118 

- 91 

161 

-117 

-465 

338 

-38 

-110 

201 

178 

13,697 

-11 

-538 



69 
105 
130 

126 

53 
22 

144 

118 



116 



413 
260 
126 



59 
91 

99 

67 

220 

268 

458 

21 



16 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



and 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Fort WilUam and Rainy River— Concluded 

Pattullo 

Pearson ' 

Potts 

Pratt 

Richardson 

Roddick 

Roseberry 

Scoble 

Shenstone 

Sifton 

Spohn 



Along Canadian Northern Railway from Maltawin 

to Farrington 

Abawin 

Atikokan 

Banning '. 

Dawson Rd. Twp 

Elizabeth 

Flanders 

Glenachy 

Glenwater 

Hematite 

Huronian, 12; including work train gang, 40. 

Kabaigon 

Kashaboiwe 

Kawene, 9; lumber camp near Kawene, 27.. 

Keego 

LaSeine 

Mabella 

Mine Centre 

Mine Centre Village 

Moss Twp 

Rossmere 

Shabaqua 

Shebandowan 

Tuntle Tank • 

Windigo 

Stanley to Windigo and other points 



Canadian Northern R.R., from Whitefish Lake 

to Int. Boundary 
Unorganized Parts South of Can. Northern R.R. 
Unorganized Parts North of Can. Northern R.R 

Strange 

Sutherland 

Tait 



Tovell 

Watten 

Woodyet 

Worthington 

Other parts 

Indian Reserves. . 

Fort William city . 

Towns — 

Fort Frances 

Rainy River 



Frontenac 

Barrie 

Bedford 

Canonto N.l 

Canonto S. / 

Clarendon and Miller. 

Hinchinbrook 

Howe Island 



207 

253 

161 

76 

96 

46 

146 

116 

247 

146 

153, 

886 
35 
197 
13 
36 
17 
58 
16 
21 
13 
52 

5 
97 
36 

7 
18 
38 
74 
17 

1 

7 
37 
58 
11 
22 



66 
208 
323 
177 

63 
160 
158 

12 
124 
184 

1,154 
20,541 

3,109 
1,444 

80,390 

398 
1,247 

144 

732 

1,373. 

274 



152 
46 
47 
43 
47 
47 
97 
54 

210 
50 

118 

S80 



64 



42 

16 
170' 



380 (') 



288 


53 


23 


_ 


117 


10 


138 


- 


347 


- 


129 


115 


153 


125 


1,465 (>) 


10.129(') 


1,690 


- 


16,499 


3,633 


1,611 


697 


1,578 


- 


31,944 


24,746 


486 


682 


1,421 


1,730 


(208 
\377 


5 


125 


841 


941 


1,330 


1,545 


408 


361 



55 

207 

114 

33 

49 

-1 

49 

62 

37 

96 

35 



-111 
40 
43 
20 

-335 

- 5 

31 

-536 
4,042 

1,498 
-134 

-1,554 

-88 
-174 

-441 

-109 

43 

-134 



(') Not distributed by localities in 1911. 



17 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Frontenac— Concluded 

Kennebec 

Kingston 

Loughborough 

Olden 

Oso 

Palmerston 

Pittsburg 

Portland 

Storrington 

Wolfe Island and Garden Island. . . 

Glengarry and Stormont 

Charlottenburg 

Cornwall 

Kenyon 

Lancaster 

Lochiel 

Roxborough 

Towns — 

Alexandria 

Cornwall ■ 

Villages — 

Lancaster 

Maxville 

Grenville. 

Augusta 

Edwardsburg.' 

Cower S..'. 

Oxford 

Wolford 

Prescott town ...'. 

Villages— * 

Cardinal 

Kemptville 

Merrickville 

Grey North 

Collingwood 

Euphrasia 

Derby 

Keppel 

St. Vincent 

Sarawak 

S.ydonham 

■Owen Sound city 

Towns — 

Meaford 

Thornbury 

Shallow Lake village 

Grey Southpast 

Artemesia '. 

Bentinck 

Egremont 

Glenelg 

Holland...'. 

Normandy 

Osprey 

Proton 

Sullivan 

Towns — 

Durham 

Hanover 

4.32.33—4} 



928 
2,867 
1,983 

891 
1,035 

639 
2,299 
2,282 
1,719 
1,579 

38,573 

5,130 
6,631 
4,035 
3,683 
4,078 
4,005 

2,195 
7,419 

672 
725 

16,644 

3,095 
3,238 
746 
2,381 
1,296 
2,636 

1,241 

1,204 

807 

30,667 

2,807 
2,433 
1,554 
2,401 
2,240 
600 
2,610 
12,190 

2,650 
820 
362 

28,384 
2,430 
2,504 
2,505 
1,743 
2,213 
3,038 
2,205 
2,382 
2,356 

1,494 
2,781 



1,045 
2,939 
2,072 

990 
1,214 

361 
2,243 
2,341 
1,906 
1,762 

38,226 

4,989 
6,074 
4,330 
3,842 
4,392 
4,295 

2,323 
6,598 

624 
759 

17,S4S 

3,390 
3,360 
748 
2,503 
1,447 
2,801 

1,111 

1,192 

993 

33,957 

3,291 
2,882 
1,930 
2,730 
2,708 
708 
3,037 
12,558 

2,811 
793 
509 

31,934 

3,182 
2,980 
3,060 
2,209 
2,578 
3,442 
2,526 
2,786 
2,813 

1,581 
2,342 



1,404 
3,176 
2,144 
1,126 
1,358 
1,003 
2,544 
2,502 
2,062 
2,038 

40,580 

5,280 
6,911 
4,700 
4,051 
4,857 
4,834 

1,911 
6,704 

583 
749 

21,021 

4,166 
4,268 
868 
2,920 
1,855 
.3,019 

1,378 
1,523 
1,024 

33,003 

3,902 
3,441 
2,146 
4,160 
3,108 
1,362 
3,406 
8,776 

1,916 
786 



36,687 

3,923 
3,551 
3,607 
2,754 
3,504 
4,630 
3,075 
3,378 
3,697 

1,422 
1,392 



-117 

-72 



-179 

278 

56 

-59 

-187 

-183 

347 

141 
557 
-295 
-159 
-314 
-290 

-128 
821 

48 
-34 

-901 

-295 
-122 
-2 
-122 
-151 
-165 

130 

12 

-186 

-3,290 

-484 
-449 
-376 
-329 
-468 
-108 
-427 
-368 

-161 

27 

-147 

-3,550 

-752 
-476 
-555 
-466 
-365 
-404 
-321 
-404 
-457 

-87 
439 



-359 
-237 
-72 
-136 
-144 
-642 
-301 
-161 
-156 
-276 

-2,354 

-291 
-837 
-370 
-209 
-465 
-539 

412 
-106 

41 
10 

-3,476 

-776 
-908 
-120 
-417 
-408 
-218 

-267 

-331 

-31 

954 

-611 
-559 
-216 
-1,430' 
-400 
-654 
-369 
3,782 

895 

7 



-4,653 

-741 
-571 
-547 
-545 
-926 
-1,188 
-549 
-592 
-884 

1S9 
950 



18 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 





Population in 


Increase (+) or 
■ Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ONTARIO-Continued 

Grey Southeast— Concluded 
Villages — 


332 
675 
422 
882 
422 

21,287 

997 
i;423 

591 

788 
1,609 
1,377 
1,731 
1,742 

316 
3,311 

517 
3,224 

1,223 
784 

1,169 
485 

24,899 

3,522 
2,133 
3,356 
4,225 

2,709 
2,061 
1,873 
3,298 
1,722 

49,820 

49,820 

39,298 

39,298 

23,072 

529 

104 

734 

1,160 

1 

3; 326 

271 
2,140 

441 
1,185 
4,631 

575 
3,047 

684 
1,847 

1,058 
1,339 


357 

687 

925 
466 

21,562 

1,021 
1,515 

717 

766 
1,818 
1,.507 
1,858 
1,712 

366 
3,568 

549 
2,861 

952 

736 

1,106 

510 

22,208 

3,901 
2,249 
2,910 
3,988 

1,831 
1,583 
1,654 
2,372 
1,720 

39,793 

39,793 

37,279 

37,279 

24,978 

747 

176 

788 

1,259 

10 

3,823 

448 
2,351 

521 
1,161 
4,589 

643 
3,321 

702' 
2,013 

1,058 
1,368 


762 
892 

21,233 

966 
1,657 

833 

854 
1,931 
2,023 
1,802 
1,885 

396 
4,189 

2,105 

801 

771 

1,020 

19,545 

3,787 
2,357 
2,776 
3,694 

1,119 
1,313 

1,372 
1,643 
1,484 

24,000 

24,000 

28,634 

28,634 

27,943 

655 
200 
867 

1,406 
95 

3,798 
597 

2,1790 
597 

1,501 

4,210 
632 

4,743 

3,527 

1,157 
1,168 


-25 
-12 

-43 

-44 

-275 

-24 

-92 

-126 

22 

-209 

-130 

-127 

30 

-50 

-257 

-32 

363 

271 

48 

63 

-25 

2,691' 

-379 

-116 

446 

237 

878 
478 
219 
926 
2 

10,027 

10,027 

2,019 

2,019 

-1,906 

-218 

-72 

-54 

-99 

-9 

-497 

-177 

-211 

-80 

24 

42 

-68 

-274 

-18 

-166 


—29 






-75 




- 




33 




- 


ITaldtinanfl 


329 




55 




-142 




-116 




-88 




-113 


Oneida 


-516 




56 


Seneca 


-173 




-30 


Walnolp 


-621 




- 




756 


Villages — 


15 




-35 




86 






Halton 


2,663 




114 




-108 




134 




294 


Towns — 


712 




270 




282 


Oakville 


729 




236 




15,793 




15,793 


Hamilton W. 


8,645 




8,645 


Hastinss E. 


-2,965 




92 


Cashel 


-24 




-79 




-147 




-85 




25 




-149 




-439 




-76 




-340 


Thurlow 


379 




U 




-1,422 




- 




-1,514 


Villages — 


-99 


Tweed '• 


200 



19 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTABIO— Continued 

Hastings W 

Bangor 

Faraday 

Herschell 

Huntingdon 

'■ McClure. 

Marmora and Lalce 

Rawdon 

Sydney 

Wicklow 

WoUaston 

Belleville city 

Trenton town. . . ■ 

Villages — 

Bancroft 

Deloro 

Frankford .' ■ 

Marmora 

Stirling. .' 

Huron N 

Ashfield 

Colborne 

Grey 

Howick 

Morris 

Turnberry 

Wawanosh E 

Wawanosh W.. 

Towns — 

Goderich 

Wingham 

Villages — 

Blyth 

Brussels 

Wroxeter 

Huron S 

Goderich 

Hay 

HuUett 

McKillop 

Stanley 

Stephen 

Tuckersmith 

Usborne 

Towns — 

Clinton 

Seaforth 

Villages — 

Bayfield 

Exeter 

Hensall 

Kent 

Chatham 

Dover, East and West 

Harwich 

Howard 

Orford 

Raleigh 

Romney : 

Tilbury E 

Indian Reserve 

Chatham city 



34,451 

349 

681 

704 

1,758 

244 

1,336 

2,672 

3,736 

422' 

816 

12,206 

5,902 

768 
279 
786 
948 
844 

23,540 

2,246 
1,346 
2,499 
3,065 
1,905 
1,563 
1,339 
1,515 

4,107 
2,092 

656 
870 
337 

23,548 

1,743 
2,724 
2,081 
2,005 
1,762 
2,895 
2,094 
1.797 

• 2,018 
1,829 

402 

- 1,442 

756 

52,139 

6,766 
4,345 
4,952 
2,897 
2,032 
4,343 
1,563 
3,197 
234 
13,256 



30,825 

364 

752 

640 

2,153 

273 

1,762 

3,029 

4,335 

403 

911 

9,876 

3,988 

625 



848 

26,886 

2,630 
1,602 
2,850 
3,463 
2,240 
1,897 
1,629 
1,843 

4,522 
2,238 

704 
902 
366 

26,097 

1,926 
3,014 
2,409 



239 
830 
453 
221 
944 



2,254 
1,983 

477 

1,555 

792 

49,391 

5,830 
4,393 
5,315 
2,958 
2,586 
4,400 
1,815 
3,255 
328 
10,770 



31,348 

403 
1,339 

390 
2,612 

237 
2,099 
3,434 
4,438 

422 

834 
9,117 
4,217 



961 
845 

30,966 

3,497 
1,866 
3,557 
4,140 
2,606 
2,141 
1,960 
2,218 

4,158 
2,392 

871 

1,114 

446 

30,854 

2,528 
3,627 
2,898 
2,685 
2,152 
4,172 
2,463 
2,367 

2,547 
2,245 

558 

1,792 

820 

49,673 

6,049 
4,464 
5,494 
3,243 
3,347 
4,844 
2,103 
3,456 

9,068 



3,626 

-15 

-71 

64 

-395 

-29 

-426 

-357 

-599 

19 

-95 
2,330 
1,914 

143 



82 
-4 

-3,346 

-384 
-256 
-351 
-398 
-335 
-334 
-290 
-328 

• -415 
-146 

-48 
-32 
-29 

-2,549 

-183 
-290 
-328 
-234 
-68 
-558 
-127 
-147 

-236 
-154 

-75 

-113 

-36 

2,748 

-64 
-48 

-363 
-61 

-654 
-57 

-252 
-58 
-94 

2,486 



-523 

-39 

-587 

250 

-459 

36 

-337 

-405 

-103 

-19 

77 

59 

-229 



-95 



-4,080 

-867 
-264 
-707 
-677 
-366 
-244 
-331 
-375 

364 
-154 

-167 

-212 

-80 

-4,757 

-602 
-613 
-489 
-446 
-322 
-719 
-242 
-423 

-293 
-262 

-81 

-237 

-28 

-282 
-219 
-71 
-179 
-285 
-761 
-444 
-288 
-201 

1,702 



20 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending. Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 





Population in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 

over 
1901 


ONTARIO— Continued 

Kent— Concluded 
Towns— 


1,565 
1,855 
1,123 
4,006 

205 

28 

394 

378 

24,104 

21,753 
2,351 

25,801 

2,332 
2,703 
2,133 
3,063 
1,543 
2,376 
905 
220 

633 
1,339 
1,422 
3,148 

691 
420 
490 
800 
524 
1,059 

32,888 
2,470 
3,611 
2,829 
2,583 

3,274 

1,056 

14,877 

448 

1,258 

482 

32,993 

2,023 
1,221 

660 
1,047 

441 

1,584 

■ 779 

1,289 

429 
1,792 
1,518 
1,713 

S83 

770 


1,387 

1,954 

962 

3,438 

20,660 

18,874 
1,786 

. 28,827 
2,491 
2,992 
2,454 
3,632 
1,846 
2,772 
1,102- 

690 
1,551 
1,445 
3,518 

806 
424 
646 
807 
559 
1,092 

29,109 

2,930 
3,771 
3,206 
2,186 

' 3,969 

1,282 
9,947 

375 
874 
569 

34,375 

2, 228 
1,402 

752 
1,225 

623 
1,764 
1,066 
1,595 

547 
1,839 
1,605 
1,942 

277 

742 


1,653 

2,405 

784 

2,763 

19,788 

17,961 
■ 1,827 

34,410 

2,862 
3,678 
2,811 
4,745 
2,321 
3,329 
1,326 

907 
1,613 
1,553 
4,135 

898 
468 

1,018 
864 
633 

1,279 

29,723 

3,659 
4,795 
3,621 
2,632 

5,231 
8,176 

780 
829 

37,232 

2,508 
1,646 

952 
1,475 

771 
2,078 
1,087 
1,751 

569 
2,058 
1,872 
2,383 

354 

924 


178 

-99 

161 

568 

3,444 

2,879 
565 

-3,026 

-159 
-289 
-321 
-569 
-303 
-396 
-197 

-57 
-212 

-23 
-370 

-115 

-4 

-156 

-7 

-35 

-33 

3,779 

-460 

-160 

-377 

397 

-695 

-226 
4,930 

73 
384 
-87 

-1,382 

-205 

-181 

-92 

-178 

-182 

-180 

-287 

-306 

-118 

-47 

-87 

-229 

6 

28 


-266 




-451 


Tilhiirv (Dart) 


178 




675 


Villages — 


. 




- 




- 


Whpftt.lpv 


- 


KIn&rston 


872 




913 




-41 


f .Ainhton E. 


-5,613 




-371 




-686 




-357 




-1,113 




-475 




-557 




-224 




_ 


Towns— 

RnfhwpU 


-217 




-62 




-108 




-617 




-92 




-44 




-372 




-57 


TVipdford 


-74 


Watford 


-187 




-614 




-729 




-1,024 




-415 




-446 




-1,262 






- 




1,771 


Villages— 






94 




-260 


li&n&rk 


-2,857 




-280 




-244 




-200 




-250 




. -148 




-314 




-21 




-156 




-22 




-219 




-267 




-441 




-77 




-182 



21 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 

lanark— Concluded 
■ Towns — 

Almonte 

Carleton Place 

Perth 

Smiths Falls 

Lanark village 

Leeds.. 

Bastard , 

Burgess 

Crosby N 

Crosbys 

Elizabeth town 

Elmsley S 

Kitley 

Leeds and Lansdowne, Front 

Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear 

Yonge and Escott, Front 

Yonge and Escott, Rear 

Towns — 

Brockville 

Gananoque 

Villages — 

Athens 

Newboro 

Westport 

Lennox & Addlngton 

Abinger 

Ashby 

Denbigh 

Adolphustown 

Amherst Island 

Anglesea 

Effingham 

Kaladar 

Caindon 

Ernesto wn 

Fredericksburgh N. 

Fredericksburgh S 

Richmond 

Sheffield 

Napanee town. 

Villages — 

Bath 

Newburgh 

Lincoln 

Caistor 

Clinton 

Gainsborough 

Grantham 

Grimsby N 

Grimsby S 

Louth 

Niagara 

St. Catharines city 

Towns — 

Merritton 

Niagara 

Villages — 

Beamsville 

Grimsby 

Port Dalhousie 



2,426 
3,841 
3,790 
6,790 
597 

34,909 

2,523 

943 
1,670 
3,743 

644 
1,662 
2,871 
1,964 
2,386 
1,043 

10,043 
3,604 

726 
346 
741 

18,994 

96 

59 

452 

514 

650 

130 

28 

908 

3,495 

2,773 

1,431 

951 

2,104 

1,600 

3,038 

349 
416 

48,625 

1,300 
2,892 
2,117 
4,412 
2,151 
1,426 
2,752 
3,041 
19,881 

2,544 
1,357 

1,256 
2,004 
1,492 



2,452 
3,621 
3,588 
6,370 
737 

36,753 

2,698 

1,025 
1,638 
4,673 
770 
1,811 
2,990 
2,214 
2,537 
1,145 

9,374 
3,804 

802 
469 
803 

20,386 

137' 

52 

641 

616 

724 

■ 128 

27 

961 

3,848 

3,031 

1,502 

979 

2,242 

1,879 

2,807 

347 
465 

35,429 

1,481 
2,381 
2,182 
2,439 
1,758 
1,389 
2,258 
2,152 
12,484 

1,670 
1,318 

1,096 
1,669 
1,152 



3,023 
4,059 
3,588 
5,155 
979 

37,975 

3,006 

2,030 
1,811 
4,872 
889 
2,089 
3,085 
2,386 
2,680 
1,276 

8,940 
3,526 

953 
432 



23,346 

1,056 

544 
821 

1,364 

4,611 
3,317 
1,523 
1,103 
2,563 
2,280 
3,143 

407 
614 

30,552 

1,784 
2,056 
2,463 
1,941 
1,312 
1,379 
1,848 
1,897 
9,946 

1,710 
1,258 

832 
1,001 
1,1^5 



-26 
220 
202 
420 
-140 

-1,844 

-175 

-82 
32 
-930 
-126 
-149 
-119 
-250 
-151 
-102 



-200 

-76 

-123 

-62 

-1,392 

-41 

7 

-189 

-102 

-74 

2 

1 

-53 

-353 

-258 

-71 

-28 

-138 

-279 

231 

2 
-49 

13,196 

-181 

511 

-65 

1,973 

393 

37 

494 

889 

7,397 

874 
39 

160 
335 
340 



-571 

-438 



1,215 

-242 

-1,222 

-308 

-1,005 
-173 
-199 
-119 
-278 
-95 
-172 
-143 
-131 

434 
278 

-151 
37 



-2,96« 

-226 

72 
-97 

-248 

-763 
-286 
-21 
-124 
-321 
-401 
-336 

-60 
-149 

4,877 

-303 
325 

-281 
498 
446 
10 
410 
255 

2,538 

-40 
60 

264 

668 

27 



22 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 


n 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 








1921 


1911 ' 


1921 


1911 


1901 


over 
1911 


over 
1901 


53,838 


46,300 


37,976 


7,538 


8,324 


53,838 


46,300 


37,976 


7,538 


8,324 


37,994 


23,465 


23,339 


4,529 


126 


1,732 


1,942 


2,263 


-210 


-321 


3,104 
7,201 


3,340 


3,622 


-236 


-282 


9,785 


8,878 


-2,584 


907 


2,466 


2,670 


2,998 


-204 


-328 


5,687 


5,019 


4,730 


668 


289 


7,121 


- 


- 


- 


- 


683 


709 


848 


-26 


-139 


25,033 


27,300 


31,387 


-2,267 


-4,087 


1,676 


1,919 


2,233 


-243 


-314 


3,757 


4,159 


4,612 


-402 


-453 


1,773 


2,056 


2,178 


-283 


-122 


2,275 


2,482 


2,757 


-207 


-275 


2,245 


2,327 


2,695 


-82 


-368 


2,380 


2,509 


3,151 


-129 


-642 


1,192 


1,358 


1,562 


-166 


-204 


1,720 


1,878 


2,206 


-158 


-328 


1,104 


1,227 


1,587 


-123 


-360 


1,136 


1,247 


l,-468 


-111 


-221 


1,152 


1,289 


1,430 


-137 


-141 


2,691 


2,823 


2,933 


-132 


-110 


532 


568 


744 


-36 


-176 


862 


841 


1,034 


21 


-193 


237 


377 


454 


-140 


-77 


301 


240 


343 


61 


-103 


19,439 


21,233 


20,971 


-1,794 


262 


454 


473 


377 


-19 


96 


632 


785 


811 


-153 


-26 


234 


409 


466 


-175 


-57 


889 


1,024 


1,136 


-135 


-112 


732 


938 


998 


-206 


-60 


502 


523 


544 


-21 


-21 


604 


253 


9 


351 


244 


1 


19 


122 


-18 


-103 


622 


657 


736 


-35 


-79 


418 


484 


523 


-66 


-39 


771 


1,134 


1,116 


-363 


18 


1,189 


1,198 


1,008 


-9 


190 


788 


909 


927 


-121 


-18 


988 


944 


838 


44 


106 


190 


325 


348 


-135 


-23 


190 


2^6 
479 


239 


-86 


37 


325 


552 


-154 


-73 


110 


177 


271 


-67 


-94 


995 


1,178 


1,249 


-183 


-71 


586 


633 


626 


-47 


7 


833 


886 


975 


-53 


-89 


411 


393 


- 


18 


- 


346 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,451 


2,776 


2,479 


-325 


297 


1,478 


1,624 


2,146 


-146 


-522 


• 2,246 


2,358 


2,152 


-112 


206 


454 


378 


323 


76 


55 


58,565 


43,679 


24,931 


14,886 


18,748 


890 
6 


1,016 


704 


-126 


312 


122 


8 


_ 


114 


354 


287 


105 


67 


182 


33 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 



ONTARIO— Continued 

London 

London city (part) 

Middlesex E 

Biddulph 

Dorchester N 

London 

Missouri W ,. ■. '. . 

Westminster 

London city (part) 

Lucan village 

Middlesex W 

Adelaide 

Caradoc ,. 

Delaware 

Ekfrid 

Lobo 

McGillivray , 

Metcalfe 

Mosa 

Williams, E 

Williams W '. 

Towns — 
. Parkhill 

Strathroy 

Villages — 
/ Ailsa Craig 

Glencoe 

Newbury 

Wardsville 

Miislioka 

Baxter 

Brunei ■■ ■ . 

Card well 

Chaffey 

Draper 

Franklin 

Freeman 

Gibson 

Macauley 

McLean , . . '. 

Medora 

■Monck 

Morrison 

Muskoka 

Oakley 

Ridout 

Ryde 

Sinclair 

Stephenson 

Stisted 

Watt 

Wood 

Towns — 

Bala 

Bracebridge 

Gravenhurst 

Huntsville 

Port Carling village 

Niplssing 

Airy 

Allen 

Anglin 

Appleby. ..'.: 

Ask in 

Aston 



23 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Nipissing — Continued 

A wrey 

Aylmer 

Badgcrow 

Ballantyne 

Barron 

Bastedo 

Be'aucagc 

Biggar 

Bigwood 

Bishop 

Blezard 

Blyth 

Bonfield 

Boulter and Lauder. 

Bower .' 

Boyd 

Broder 

Bronson ..-.., 

Burwash 

Butt 

Caldwell 

Calvin 

Cameron 

Canisbay 

Canton 

Capreol 

Casimir 

Charlton 

Cherriman 

Chisholm 

Clancy 

Clara 

.Cleland 

Commanda 

Cosby 

Cotton 

Creelman 

Crerar 

Dana 

Davis. 

Deacon 

Delamere 

Devine 

Dickens 

Dickson 

Dill 

Dryden 

Dunnet 

Eddy 

Edgar 

Falconbridge 

Falconer 

Ferris 

Field 

Finlayson 

Fraleck 

Freswick 

Garrow 

. Carson 

"Gibbops 

Gladman 

Gooderham 

Grant < 

Grigg 

Haddo , 

Haentschell 



Population in 



1921 



30 

19 

255 

1 

28 

113 

47 

1 

358 

503 

2 

1,267 

71 

1 

152 

448 

65 

383 

3 

1,544 

496 

312 

51 

2 

660 

318 

16 

1,041 

11 

144 

76 

11 

538 

11 

245 

3 

24 

129 

110 

5 

41 

1 

200 

146 

968 

21 

94 

28 

49 

1,358 

1,008 

2 

3 

4 

710 

361 

2 

154 

27 



1911 



19 

242 
3 

49 



456 



1901 



1,158 
129 



238 



1,445 

543 

312 

41 

585 

263 

2 

2 

1,051 

124 
22 

635 

4 

146 

139 

11 

77 



31 

181 

177 

,105 

25 
100 

15 

,223 
313 



3 
740 
180 

140 

117 

2 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



52 

21 

474 

1,707 
225 

20 



868 

,509 

386 

80 



134 

793 
203 



811 
93 



12 
'186 
737 



20 



962 
162 



105 
16 



26 



11 

13 
-2 

64 



47 



109 

-58 



210 



99 

-47 



10 

75 
55 

14 
-10 

20 
54 

-97 

-135 
106 

13 
52 



10 

19 

-31 

-137 

-4 

-^6 

13 

135 
695 



-30 
181 



37 
18 



1911 
over 
1901 



190 
28 

-IS 

-549 
-96 

218 



577 

34 

-74 

-39 



129 

258 
-79 



-172 
-16 



169 
-9 
368 



-5 

261 
151 



635 
164 



91 



24 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Co«. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



NIpissIng— Continued 

Hagar 

Hanmer 

Hawley 

Head 

Hendrie 

Henry 

Hugel 

Hunter 

Hutton 

Janes • 

Jennings 

Kelly ....;..-. 

Kenny • 

Kirkpatrick. 

Laura 

Lister 

Lockhart 

Loudon •.■ • . 

Loughrin 

Lyell 

Lyman • 

McCarthy 

McConnell 

McCraney 

McKim 

McLaren 

McLaughlin 

McLeod 

McWilliams 

Maclennan 

Macpherson — .'. . 

Maria 

Martland 

Mason 

Master 

Miittawan 

Medina'. 

Mferrick.. 

Mulock 

Murchison 

Neelon 

Niven 

Norman 

Notman 

Olrig ;• 

Osborne 

Osier 

Papineau 

Parkin 

Paxton 

Peck •■•■ 

Pedley 

Pentland 

Phelps 

Poitras 

Preston 

Rathbun 

Ratter 

Savine 

Scadding 

Scholes 

ScoUard 

Seoord 

Servos 

Sisk 

Springer 



'J 



Population in 



1921 



329 

760 
7 

291 
2 
5 

376 
32 

297 
14 

147 



405 

100 

17 

40 
38 
141 

2 

2 

26 

440 

6 
31 

2 

55 

498 

53 

070 

134 

8 

198 

2 

4 

482 

1,528 

24 

42 

1 

18 

3 

606 

141 

2 

46 

35 

61 

23 
125 

14 
151 
230 

20 
4 

74 



1911 



239 
643 

13 
235 

11 

382 

84 

553 

180 
5 

434 



2 

10 

8 

456 

20 
310 



3 
4 
4 

449 
28 

456 



188 

4 
12 

342 

48 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
.Decrease (— ) 



157 
189 

207 



192 
86 



43 
357 

399 
3,012 



151 

73 

118 



328 

140 

18 



1921 
over 
1911 



32 
,431 



25 


- 


633 


670 


2 
65 


206 


1 
39 
26 


- 


12 
94 
99 


37 
30 


71 

63 

9 


-- 


1,241 


1,305 



90 
117 



56 



-6 

-52 

-256 

-33 
1 

-29 

91 

-79 

30 

30 

-315 



130 



-2 
51 

49 

25 

214 



10 



1,186 



-7. 

-27 


-19 

60 

-3 

2 

57 

131 



3 
-55 



190 



1911 
over 
1901 



82 
454 

28 



190 

-2 



137 

77 



57 



-2,702 



298 
-45 
338 



-140 



202 
30 



25 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 



NIplssing— Concluded 

Sproule 

Stewart 

Stobie 

Strathy ' 

Stratton 

Street 

Teller 

Thistle 

Tilton.... 

Torrington 

Vogt.... 

White 

Widdifield 

Wilkes: 

Bear Creek 

Bear Island 

Cross Lake 

Temagami Forest Reserve. 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Bonfield 

Cache Bay 

Capreol 

Copper Cliff 

Mattawa 

North Bay 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 



Norfolk. 



Charlotteville 

Houghton ■....'. 

Middleton 

Townsend 

Walsingham N 

Walsingham S. (including Long Point). 

Windham 

Woodhouse 

Simcoe town 

Villages — 

Delhi : 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Waterford 



Northumberland. . . 

Alnwick 

Brighton 

Cramahe 

Haldimand 

Hamilton 

Murray 

Percy 

Seymour 

Indian Reserves. 
Towns — 

Campbellford.. 

Cobourg 

Villages — 

Brighton 

Colborne 

Hastings 



Ontario N.. 
Brock. . . 
Mara 



2 

63 

30 

123 

10 

1 

74 

1 

4 

2 

23 

44 

,314 

3 

41 

136 
341 



421 
926 
1,287 
2,597 
1,462 
10,692 
4,125 
8,621 



,366 

750 
,304 

057 
,797 

482 
,547 
,259 
,227 

953 

733 
,462 

672 
,123 



30,513 



,247 
247 
,008 
,026 
,536 
593 
687 
182 

1,890 
1,327 

,411 
932 
730 



15,420 

2,835 
2,468 



2 
354 



24 

1,256 

5 

13 

132 

35 

297 

400 

484 
889 

3,082 
1,524 
7,737 
2,199 
4,150 

27,110 

2,962 
1,698 
2,335 
3,763 
1,862 
1,741 
3,453 
2,302 
3,227 



825 
1,138 

721 
1,083 



32,892 

802 
2,439 
2,373 
3,465 
3,414 
2,765 
2,766 
3,331 

210 

3,051 
5,074 

1,320 
999 
883 



919 



1,400 
2,530 
1,418 
2,027 

29,147 

3,464 
2,035 
2,591 
4,017 
2,359 
2,012 
3,884 
2,379 
2,627 

823 
1,177 

657 
1,122 

33,550 

1,247 
2,774 
2,556 
3,946 
3,623 
2,993 
3,216 
3,261 



2,485 
4,239 

1,378 

1,017 

815 



7,141 


18,390 


3,330 


3,727 


2,871 


2,921 





-291 



20 

58 
-2 

-91 

-161 
-59 

-63 
37 

-485 
-62 
2,955 
1,926 
4,471 

-744 

-212 

-394 

-278 

34 

-380 

-194 

-194 

-75 

726 

-92 

324 

-49 

40 

-2,380 

-106 
-192 
-126 
-457 
-388 
-229 
-173 
-644 
-28 

-161 
253 

91 

-67 

-153 

-1,721 

-495 
-403 



337 



124 
5,207 

781 
2,123 

-2,037 

-502 
-337 
-256 
-254 
-497 
-271 
-431 
-77 
600 

' 2 

-39 

64 

-39 

-658 

-445 
-335 
-183 
-481 
-209 
.-228 
-550 
70 



• 576 
835 



-58 
-18 



-1,249 

-397 
-50 



26 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Ontario N — Concluded 

Rama 

Scott 

Thorah 

Uxbridge 

Uxbridge town 

Villages — 

Beaverton 

Cannington 



Ontario S 

Pickering 

Reach 

Scugog 

Whitby 

Whitby E 

Towns — 

Oshawa 

Whitby 

Port Perry village 

Ottawa (city, part) 9»>^*» 



By, Ward. 

Capital Ward 

Central Ward 

Dalhousie Ward.... 

Ottawa Ward 

St. George's Ward . 

Victoria Ward 

Wellington Ward. . . 



Oxford N 

Blandford 

Blenheim 

Nissouri E 

ZorraE 

Zorra W 

Woodstock city — 
Villages — 

Embro 

Tavistock (part). 



Oxford S 

Dereham 

Norwich N 

Norwich S 

Oxford E 

Oxford N..; 

Oxford W 

Towns— 

IngersoU 

Tilsonburg 

Norwich village. 



pAvtl^flnlA ......... 

(Toronto City part Ward 6). 



Parry Sound. 

Armour 

Bethune. . . 

Blair 

Burpee 

Burton 

Carling 

Chapman. 
Christie. . . 



Population in 



1921 1911 1901 



1,485 
1,942 
1,174 
2,858 
856 

933 
869 

31,074 

4,910 
2,809 
467 
3,119 
3,886 

11,940 
2,800 
1,143 



9,764 
15,548 
12,690 
16,715 
10,026 
12,617 

2,507 
13,873 

24,527 

1,503 
4,029 
2,495 
3,386 
2,306 
9,935 

460 
413 

22,235 

3,552 
2,119 
2,092 
1,937 
1,287 
1.948 

5,150 
2,974 
1,176 

80,780 

80,780 

27,022 

963 
259 
250 
82 
220 
402 
506 
477 



1,588 
2,119 
1,366 
2,471 
1,433 

1,015 
948 

23,865 

4,763 
3,018 
498 
1,875 
2,879 

7,436 
2,248 
1,148 

77,182 

7,632 

9,767 

10,343 

12,647 

10,087 

10,581 

3,145 

12,980 

25,077 

1,525 
4,188 
2,623 
3,937 
2,593 
9,320 

477 
414 

22,294 

3,836 
2,224 
2,271 
2,042 
1,261 
2,027 

4,763 
2,758 
1,112 

59,609 

59,609 

26,547 



099 
253 

75 

78 

361 

784 

506 



1,618 
2,270 
1,438 
2,846 
1,657 

855 
1,058 

22,018 

5,225 
3,589 
554 
2,050 
2,631 

4,394 
2,110 
1,465 

59,140 

7,701 
1,500 

10,798 
7,441 
9,162 
8,807 
2,488 

11,243 

25,644 

. 1,694 
4,679 
2,753 
4,298 
2,792 
8,833 

595 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-103 
-177 
-192 
387 
-577 

-82 
■ -79 

7,209 

147 

-209 

-31 

1,244 

1,007 

4,504 
552 
-5 

16,558 

2,132 
5,781 
2,347 
4,068 
-61 
2,036 
-638 
893 

-550 

-22 
-159 
-128 
-551 
-287 
615 

-17 
-1 



22,760 


-59 


3,979 


-284 


2,345 


-105 


2,664 


-179 


2,057 


-105 


1,402 


26 


2,230 


-79 


4,573 


387 


2,241 


216 


1,269 


64 


22,303 


21,171 


22,303 


21,171 


24,936 


475 


915 


-136 


400 


6 


_ 


13 


1 


142 


377 


41 


694 


-278 


553 


-29 



27 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Ci 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Parry Sound— Concluded 



Conger. 

Cowper. 

Croft 

Ferguson 

Ferric 

Foley 

Gurd 

Hagerman 

Hardy 

Harrison 

Henvey 

Himsworth North... 

Himsworth South 

Humphrey 

Joly 

Laurier ; 

Lount : . 

Machar 

Mills 

MoConkey 

McDougall 

MoKellar 

MoKenzie 

McMurrich. 

Monteith 

Mowat 

Nipissing 

Patterson 

Perry 

Pringle 

Proudfoot 

Ryerson 

Shawanaga 

Spence 

Strong 

Wallbridge N. and S. 

Wilson 

Indian Reserves 

Towns — 

Kearney 

Parry Sound 

Powassan 

Trout Creek 

Villages — 

Burks Falls 

Magnetawan 

South River 

Sundridge 



Peel. 



Albion 

Caledon 

Chinguacousy... 

Toronto 

Toronto Gore... 

Brampton town. 

Villages — 

Bolton 

Port Credit. . . , 
Streetsville 



Perth N 

Easthope N. 
EUice 



151 
178/ 
298 
154 
47 
486 
470 
446 
128 
173 
297 

1,078 
824 
692 
169 
204 
226 
436 
398 
82 

1,474 
551 
216 
784 
430 
443 
698 
244 

1,075 
232 
94 
559 
108 
342 
632 

1,227 

99 

722 

319 

3,546 

614 

388 

981 
288 
573 
423 

23,896 

2,156 
3,389 
3,635 
6,981 
791 
. 4,527 

679 

1,123 

615 

32,461 

1,939 
2,871 



217 

499 

171 

54 

770 

517 

487 

94 

' 102 

140 ( 

1,019' 

1,158 

657 

206 

201 

246 

415 

382 

99 

1,277 

562 

227 

711 

279 

147 

660 

229 

486 

233 

• 106 

698 

43 

293 

659 

1,627 

117 

729 

812 

3,429 

644 



976 

593 
420 

22,102 

2,545 
3,773 
3,913 
6,208 
996 
3,412 

712 

543 

30,235 

2,037 
2,940 



255 

657 
200 
104 
618 
547 
471 
15 



2,516< 

685 
268 
273 
287 
902 
315 
45 

1,310 
697 
168 
716 
350 
481 
675 
184 

1,779 
282 
145 
761 
100 
417 
768 
815 
200 



2,884 



849 



357 

21,475 

2,741 
4,345 
4,177 
5,208 
1,032 
2,748 

702 

522 

29,256 

2,296 
3,367 



-24 

-201 

-17 

-7 

-284 

-47 

-41 

34 

71 

157 

59\ 

-334/ 

35 

-37 

3 

-20 

21 

16 

-17 

197 

-11 

-11 

73 

161 

296 

38 

15 

589 

-1 

-12 

-139 

65 

49 

-27 

-400 

-18 

-7. 

-493 

117 

-30 



-20 
'3 

1,794 

-389 
-384 
-278 
773 
-205 
1,115 

-33 

72 

2,226 



-38 

-557 

-29 

-50 

152 

-30 

16 

79 



-339 

-28 

-62 

-72 

-44 

-487 

67 

54 

-33 

-135 

59 

-5 

-71 

-334 

-15 

45 

-1,293 

-49 

-39 

-63 

-,57 

-124 

-109 

812 

-83 



545 



127 



63 

627 

-196 
-572 
-264 
1,000 
-36 
664 

10 

21 

979 

-25S 
-427 



(') Credited to the unincorporated village of French River. 



28 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cow. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Perth N— Concluded 

Elma. 

Mornington 

Wallace 

Stratford city 

Listowel town 

Milverton village. 



Perth S 

Blanchard 

Downie 

Easthope S 

FiiUarton 

Hibbert 

Logan 

Towns — 

Mitchell 

St. Mary's 

Tavistock village (part) . 



Peterborough E.... 

Anstruther 

Asphodel 

Belmont 

Burleigh 

Chandos 

Douro 

Dummer 

Methuen 

Otonabee 

Indian Reserve. 
Villages — 

Havelock 

Lakefield 

Norwood 



Peterborough W 

Cavendish 

Ennismore 

Galway 

Harvey 

Monaghan N 

Monaghan S 

Smith 

Indian Reserve. . . . 
Peterborough city. 



Port Arthur and Kenora. 

Aubrey 

Barlow 

Battle Isle 

Britton 

Buller 

Burk 

Dorion 

Eton 

Forbes 

Gorman 

Haycock 

Henderson 

Jaffrey (Kenora) 

Ladysmith 

Lake of the Woods 

Lamb Island 

Langton 

Lyon 



Population in 



1921 



3,374 
2,583 
2,172 
16,094 
2,477 
951 

18,382 
2,002 
2,457 
1,376 
1,714 
2,004 
2,584 

1,800 

3,847 

598 

13,716 

206 
1,530 
1,513 

251 

582 
1,645 
1,505 

171 
3,023 



1,268 

1,189 

765 

29,318 

61 

717 

370 

935 

2,580 

773 

2,627 

261 

20,994 



43. 



300 

257 

9 

4 

13 

8 

20 

292 

331 

78 

420 

14 

12 

204 

30 

239 

4 

69 

112 



1911 



1901 



3,789 

. 2,900 

2,508 

12,946 

2,289 

826 

18,947 

2,227 
2,561 
1,457 
1,965 
2,187 
2,829 

1,766 

3,388 

567 

15,499 

290 
1,661 
1,824 

352 

753 
1,866 
1,715 

l07 

3,194 

93 

. 1,436 

1,397 

811 

26,151 

262 

821 

338 

1,027 

1,495 

867 

2,776 

205 

18,360 

39,109 (') 

155 



16 

216 
180 

152 
16 

187 

335 

45 



4,159 
3,246 
2,839 
9,959 
2,693 
698 

20,615 

2,575 



895 
097 
295 
400 
024 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1,945 
3,384 



16,291 

542 
1,877 
2,135 

145 

806 
1,871 
2,039 

247 
3,456 



984 

1,244 

945 

20,704 

155 
936 
698 

1,199 
957 
929 

2,944 

12,886 

10,526 

51 



21 
190 



57 



-415 
-317 
-336 
3,148 
188 
125 

-565 

-225 
-104 
-81 
-251 
-183 
-245 

34 

459 

31 

-1,783 

-84 
-131 
-311 
-101 
-171 
-221 
-210 
64 
-171 

-25 

-168 

-208 

-46 

3,167 

-201 

-104 

32 

-92 

1,085 

-94 

-149 

56 

2,634 

4,191 

102 



-3 



76 
151 



268 
-2 



17 



.24 



(') Includes 539 persons mentioned in footnote No. 2, page 29, and 299 
No. 1. page 30. 



persons mentioned in footnote 



29 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cora. ■ 





Population 


in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ONTARIO— Continued 

Port Arthur and Kenora— Continued 

Mclntyre 


799 

139 

94 

195 

62 

30 

173 

482 

245 

181 

47 

17 

18 

18 

14 

138 

13 

43 

148 

207 

21 

53 

21 

271 

214 

276 

39<4 

. 1 

67 

,240 

t,9S4 
4 

15 
4 
8 
4 

19 
151 

14 

15 
5 
139 
5 
6 

99 
4 

97 

3 

1,317 

7 

13 
5 

■ 5B5 
14 
10 
13 
75 
74 
69 
19 


600 
181 
23 
60 
305 
389 
110 
448 
305 

55 
17 
80 

821(1) 
44 

66 
32 
179 
104 
126 
4.79 

S,0'9W) 

72 

32 

311 

1,140 

1 


8 
28 

164 

272 
127 

36 


199 

-42 

71 

135 

-243 

-359 

63 

34 

-60 

-37 
-3 
58 

9 

205 

182 

97 

290 

-125 

-412 

79 

67 

-214 

177 




McTavish 


173 
-5 


Macgregor 


Melick 


Melgurid 


~ 




~ 


Mutree ' 




Nipigon 


284 


Pellatt 


Redditt 


~ 




~~ 


Revell 


~ 


Rice 


"■ 


Rowell 


~ 


Rugby 


~ 


Sanford 


~ 


Selwyn '. 


~~ 


Sibley and Silvei' Isle 


~ 


Southworth 


~ 




~ 


Sturgeon Lake District 




Temple 








Van Home 


-206 




Wainwright 


52 




White Dog Post 


, 


Zealand 


443 




POINTS ON CANADIAN PACIFIC 
RAILWAY. 

From. Denison to the eastern boundary of Nipigon 

Bremner .' 


- 






Denison 






. 


Hemlo 








.lackfish 






















^ 


Pays Plat 








R,ipple 








' Santoy 








Selim 




Steele 




Trudo 




From. N'. boundary of Comme tp. to and including 
Upsala Ip. to E. boundary of Burk tp 








Bioto 








English 




Pinmark 




Kam 















(1) Not distributed by localities in 1911. 
, (') Included in this figure of 2,094 in 1911 are 539 persons who were reported without locations 
being along the C. P. Railway. 



30 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts. 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Port Arthur and Kenora— Continued 
iC.V.n.)— Concluded 

Martin 

Niblock 

Oskendaga 

Poland 

Savanne 

Sheba 

Sunshine 

Tamarack 

Upsala 



From western boundary of Burke tp. to E. boundary 
of Reoell Ip., including township of Ignace... . 

Butler 

Falcon 

Ignace 

Indian Lake Lumber Coy 

Notman 

Raleigh 

Wanga 



West of Langton township up to and including Scovil. 

Edison .- 

Gilbert 

Hawke Lake 

Hodge 1 

McMillan 

Parry ^• 

Pine 

Scovil 



West of Pellatl township to western boundary of 

Ontario 

Austerernd 

Busteed 

Ingolf 

Kalinar 



POINTS ON CANADIAN NORTHERN 
RAILWAY. , 

From McKirdy up to and including Taradale 

. Arms 

Bankfield 

Beardmore • 

Black Sturgeon 

Cameron Falls 

Cameron Falls Hydro Camp 

Caramat • 

Fairloch 

Gamsby '• : 

Grand Bay 

Hydro • 

Jack Pine • 

Jellicoe 

Keemle 

Kinghorn 

Langmuir 

Longlac 

Maediarmed 

McKirdy 

Mileage 146 

Nipigon .' 

Nozah : 

Octopus • • 

Orient Bay 

Otterhead 



Population in 



1921 



11 
24 
22 
15 
98 
12 
78 
7 
14 



43 

14 

259 

180 

9 

19 

5 

146 
9 
10 
47 
18 
9 
14 
24 
15 



72 
10 
19 
18 
25 



785 
9 
9 
35 
3 
1 

152 

15 

8 

10 

1 

140 

5 

84 

6 

26 

10 

23 

83 

57 

2 

14 

17 

17 

25 

9 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



486 



(•) Not distributed by localities. 



31 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



.1921 . 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease {— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Port Arthur and Kenora— Continued 

POINTS ON CANADIAN NORTHERN 
nAIhWAY— Concluded 





5 


Taradale 


3 


Warneford 


13 


White Sands 


9 


POINTS ON CANADIAN NATIONAL 
TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY... 

From North boundary of Commee township to Super- 
ior Junction 


61 


Alcona 


Barn 


9 


Claydon Rly. Camp 


33 




23 


Dona 


41 


Ellis 


34 


Flett 


5 




g 


Hunt 


13 




4 


Kelly 


11 




3 


Linko 


14 




11 


Oscar 


21 


Petrie 


g 




21 


Raith 


119 




g 


Sowdan 


9 




13 


Unaka. 


g 




46 


Wakcomb 


9 




6 


and including Armstrong 


SIS 


Armstrong 


89 


Cavell 


6 


Exton 


26 


Ferland 


3 


Fort Hope . . 


g 


Grant 


258 


Green 


9 


Kowhash 


23 




g 


Minnetreo 


14 




6 


O'SuUivan Lake 


6 




6 


Penoquani 


7 


Redman 


6 


Tashota 


14 




7 


Weatherbe 


5 


WiUets 


11 


Allan Water 


m 
49 




22 



2,2460 



(') Population for 1911 not distributed by localities. 



32 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for ,the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Core. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 
Port Arthur and Kenora— Concluded 

POINTS ON CANADIAN NATIONAL 
TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY — 
Concluded 

Cameo 

Collins 

Fowler 

Harvey 

Jacobs 

Kawa 

Ogoki 

Onaping 

Pascopee 

Staunton .• 



West of Fowler up to and including Superior Junc- 
tion 

McDougalls Mills .^ 

Robinson 

Rosnel 

Smith... 

Superior Junction 

Ycliffe 



Population in 



1921 



West of Superior Junction up to and including Hudson 

Broken Stick 

Hudson 

Pelican 

Taylor's Isle 



West of Hudson to East boundary of township of 

Rowell 

Millidge 

Sunstrum 

. Taggart 

Webster 



West of township of Wabigoon to East boundary of 

township of Redditt 

Canon 

Brihka 

Favelle 

Farlane 

Jones 

Mcintosh 



West of township of Redditt up to and including 

Malachi 

Black River 

Ena 

Malachi 

Minaki • 

Wade 

Winnipeg River 

Unorganized parts 

Indian Reserves 

Port Arthur city 

Towns — 

Dryden 

Kenora 

Keewatin 

Sioux Lookout; 



Prescott 

Alfred 

Caledonia 

Hawkesbury E. 



SS6 

163 

8 

7 

130 

16 

12 

IStS 
5 

17 
176 

15 



BS 

9 

29 

13 

7 



107 
20 
10 
16 
5 
3 
53 



S55 

7 

11 

44 

146 
26 
21 

641 

955 



2 
3 
14,886 

1,019 
5,407 
1,327 
1,127 

26,478 

3,210 
2,010 
3,855 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



6,189 
2,670 
11,220 

715 
6, 158 
1,242 

550 

26,968 

3,270 
2,247 
4,041 



3,214 



5,202 
1,156 



27,035 

3,327 
2,201 
4,621 



3,666 

304 

-751 

85 

577 

-490 

-60 
-237 
-186 



8,00( 



951 

81 



-6 

-5 

4 

-58 



33 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 

Prescott— Concluded 

Hawkesbury W 

Longueuil 

Plantagenet N 

Plantagenet S 

Towns — 

Hawkesbury 

Vankleek Hill 

L'Orignal village 



Prince Edward... 

Ameliasburg.. 

Athol 

Hallowell 

Hiliier 

Marysburg N. 
Marysburg S. . 
Sophiasburgh. 
Picton town.. , 
Villages — 

Bloomfield.. 

Wellington.. . 



Renfrew N 

Algona N 

Algona S 

Alice and Fraser 

Bromley 

Buchanan 

Pembroke 

Petewawa and McKay. 

Rolph 

Ross 

Stafford 

Westmeath ., 

Wilberforce 

Wylie 

Indian Reserve 

Pembroke town 

Villages — 

Cobden 

Eganville (part) 



enfrew S 

Adamston 

Bagot 

Blithefield 

Brougham 

Brudenell 

Burns 

Grattan 

Griffith and Matawatohan. 

Hagarty 

Horton 

Jones 

Lynedoch 

McNab.. 

Radcliffe 

Raglan 

Richards 

Sebastopol 

Sherwood 

Towns — 

Arnprior 

Renfrew 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1,675 

970 

3,212 

3,205 

5,544 
1,499 
1,298 

16,S06 

2,502 
1,111 
2,805 
1,628 
1,105 
1,028 
1,847 
3,356 

600 

824 

23,956 

507 

674 

1,783 

1,796 

577 

415 

922 

331 

1,790 

1,075 

3,081 

1,698 

154 

122 

7,875 

. 711 
445 

37,061 

1,829 

1,103 

60 

561 

679 

43 

1,700 
487 

1,650 

1,259 
176 
390 

3,379 
486 
836 
202 
462 

1,684 

4,077 
4,906 



1,849 
1,068 
3,660 
3,509 

4,400 
1,577 
1,347 

17,150 

2,496 
1,086 
2,834 
1,554 
1,133 
1,145 
1,943 
3,564 

610 

785 

23,617 

551 

791 

1,922 

1,892 

535 

1,159 

789 

347 

2,017 

1,020 

3,246 

2,004 

185 

153 

5,626 

762 
618 

27,852 

2,044 

1,212 

94 

558 

753 

1,791 

1,977 

570 

1,761 

1,454 

O 
387 

3,628 
475 

1,154 
145 
592 
■ (') 

4,405 
3,846 



1901 



1,350 
1,060 
4,082 
3,544 

4,150 
1,674 
1,026 

17,864 

2,585 
1,187 
3,445 
1,647 
1,213 
1,342 
2,095 
3,698 



652 

24,656 

373 
1,080 
2,139 
2,069 

590 

903 
1,067 

380 
2,269 
1,174 
3,586 
2,327 

170 

5,158 

734 
539 

27,676 

2,453 

1,620< 

601 
996 
1,291 
2,078 
697 
2,047 
1,557 

(') 
415 
3,835 
1,364 

118 
731 





Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



152 
153 



1921 
over 
1911 



-174 

-98 

-448 

-304 

1,144 
-78 
-49 

-344 

6 

25 

-29 

74 

-28 

-117 

-96 

-208 

-10 
39 



-44 
-117 
-139 

-96 

42 

-744 

133 

-16 

-227 

55 

-165 

-306 

-31 

-31 
2,249 

-51 
-173 

-791 

-215 
-109\ 

-34/ 
3 

-74 

-1,748 

-277 

-83 
-111 
-195 

3 
-249 

11 
-318 

57 
-130 



-328 
1,060 



1911 
over 
1901 



499 

8 

-422 

-35 

2.50 
-97 
321 

-714 

-89 
-101 
-611 
-93 
-80 
-197 
-152 
-134 



133 



178 

-289 

-217 

-177 

-55 

256 

-278 

-33 

-252 

-1.54 

-340 

-323 

15 

470 

28 
79 

176 

-409 
-314 

-43 
-243 
500 
-101 
-127 
-286 
-103 

-28 
-207 



27 
-139 



253 
693 



(') Included in Burns. 



34 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Renfrew S — Concluded 
Villages — 
Eganville (part) — 
Killaloe 



Russell 

Cambridge 

Clarence 

Cumberland 

Gloucester 

Osgoode. 

Russell 

Ottawa City part.. 
Towns — 

Eastview 

Rockland.. 

Casselman village.. 



Simcoe E 

Matchedash 

Medonte 

Orillia North and South. 

Tay 

Tiny 

Indian Reserve 

Towns — 

Midland ."" 

Orillia 

■ Penetanguishene 

Villages — 

Coldwater 

Port McNicholl 

Victoria Harbour 



Flos. 

Nottawasaga 

Oro 

Sunnidale 

Vespra 

Towns — 

Collingwood 

Stayner 

Creemore village. 



Simcoe S 

Adjala 

Essa 

Gwillimbury W. , 

Innisfil 

Tecumseth 

Tossorontio 

Towns — 

AUiston 

Barrie 

Villages — 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Tottenham 



Tlmiskaming... 

Alexandra. . 

Alma 

Armstrong. 

Arnold 

Auld 

Baden 



Population in 



1921 



570 

522 

43,413 

3,426 
5,307 
4,163 
8,397 
4,686 
3,752 
3,885 

5,324 

3,496 

977 

37,123 

507 
2,723 
3,418 
3,159 
4,026 

267 

. 7,016 
8,774 
4,037 

658 
1,074 
1,463 



Simcoe N 22. J«« 

4', 110 
3,098 
2,070 

2,281 



5,882 
972 
653 

24,810 

1,613 
2,910 
1,994 
3,330 
2,942 
1,672 

1,376 
6,936 

582 
961 
494 

51,568 

185 

2 

693 

4 

7 

12 



1911 



571 
435 

39,434 

3,836 
5,463 
4,033 
7,075 
4,598 
3,964 
2,943 



1,616 

24,699 

3,239 
4,432 
3,485 
2,175 
2,596 

7,090 

1,039 

643 

25,060 

1,837 
3,084 
2,2.52 
3,499 
3,099 
1,563 

1,279 
6,420 

564 
946 
517 

37,380 



483 



1901 



568 



35,166 

3,459 
6,085 
4,198 
7,778 
4,818 
3,835 
2,288 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



3,169 


_ 


3,397 


1,998 


956 


707 


35,294 


29,845 


459 


499 


3,361 


4,451 


4,508 


4,564 


5,245 


5,442 


4,121 


4,386 


276 


- 


4,663 


3,174 


6,828 


4,907 


3,568 


2,422 


649 


- 


— 


— 



26,071 

3,897 
5,342 
4,001 
2,367 
2,830 

5,755 

1,225 

654 

26,399 

2,161 
3,438 
2,342 
3,858 
3,440 
1,726 

1,256 
5,949 

634 
984 
611 

3,378 



-1 

87 

3,979 

-410 
-156 

130 

1,322 

88 

-212 

942 

2,155 
99 
21 

1,828 

48 

-638 

-1,090 

-2,086 

-95 

-9 

2,353 

1,946 

469 



-153 

-2,599 

-205 
-322 
-387 
-105 
-315 

-1,208 

-67 

10 

-250 

-224 
-174 
-258 
-169 
-157 
109 

97 
516 

18 

15 

-23 

14,188 



210 



1911 
over 
1901 



35 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Timlskamlng— Continued 

Banks 

Bannockburn 

Barber 

Barr 

Bayly 

Beatty 

Boauchamp 

Bonoit -. . . . 

Ben Nevis 

Bernhardt 

Bidgood 

Black 

Blackstock 

Blain.,., 

Blount 

Bompas 

Bond ; 

Bonis 

Boston '. 

Bowman 

Bowyer 

Brethour 

Brewster 

Brigstocke 

Bristol ■. 

Brower 

Bryce '. .. . 

Bucke 

Burt 

Cairo...; 

Calvert 

Cane 

Carman 

Carr 

Carscallen 

Casey 

Casgrain 

Catharine 

Chamberlain 

Chatters 

Chown 

Clergue 

Clute 

Cody ; 

Colder 

Coleman 

Cook 

Corley 

Coulson 

Currie 

Dack 

Delorb ; 

Denton 

Devitt 

Donovan 

Doon 

Dufferin 

Dundonald 

Dymond 

Eby 

, Egan 

Eilber 

Evanturel 

Evelyn 



Population in 



1921 1911 



13 


_ 


2 


_ 


15 


_ 


■6 


18 


5 


_ 


86 


_ 


149 


143 


180 


72 


5 




1 


_ 


3 


_ 


77 


_ 


5 


_ 


1 


_ 


39 


_ 


1 


_ 


60 


_ 


- 


94 


41 


_ 


114 


221 


92 


80 


273 


181 


3 




6 


_ 


_ 


111 


170 


31 


44 


38 


,769 


1,860 


1 


3 


7 




367 


19 


231 




13 


16 


237 


111 


- 


34 


^07 


264 


127 




56 


1 


382 


278 


2 


10 


- 


4 


383 


160 


642 




15 


5 


183 




720 


3,131 


7 


_ 


2 


10 


r 


_ 


53 


9 


380 


322 


15 


100 


1 


34 


3 




1 


10 


1 




2 


_ 


111 


90 


733 


780 


11 


13 


46 




29 


_ 


429 


317 


38 


93 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-12 



6 
108 



239 



62 



1911 
over 
1901 



364 



-107 
12 
92 



139 



-91 

-2 



-3 
126 

143 

55 
104 



223 

10 

-1,411 



44 

58 

-85 

-33 



21 

-47 
-2 



112 
-55 



178 



1,621 



202 



416 



36 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Tlmlskamlng— Continued 

Fallon 

Farr 

Fasken 

Fauquier 

Firstbrook 

Flavelle 

Fleck 

Foumier 

Fox 

Gamble 

Gauthier 

German 

Glaekmeyer 

Grenfell 

Gross 

Guibord 

Haggart 

Barker 

Harley 

Harris 

Haultain 

Kenwood 

Hearst 

Hilliard 

Hislop 

HoUoway 

Holmes. 

Hoyle 

Hudson 

Ingram. 

James 

Jamieson 

Jarrow 

Katharine 

Keefer 

Kendall 

Kendrey 

Kennedy 

Kerns 

Kerrs 

Kimberley 

Kittson 

Klock 

Knight 

Lamarche 

Lampluck 

Langmuir 

Lawson 

Lebel 

• Lee .' 

Leitch 

Leith 

Leo 

Leonard 

Lorrain 

McCann 

McCart 

McElroy 

McEvay 

MoFadden 

McGarry 

McNeil 

McVittie 

Macdiarmid 

Macklem 

Mahaffy 



Population in 



1921 



1 
2 
3 
537 
155 
3 

74 

170 

1 

31 
408 

47 

5 

3 

85 

5 

525 

379 

57 

325 

1 

400 

293 

5 

10 

3 

357 

213 

474 

18 

3 

4 

. 408 

674 

20 

561 

33 

8 

2 

8 

228 

2 

5 

15 

16 

11 

63 

6 

2 

2 

243 



10 

66 

3 

,53 

2 

100 

4 

42 

5 



1911 



44 
498 



75 
144 



13 



445 

331 

93 

100 

310 
35 



310 
142 
626 



13 



444 
1 



13 
5 

33 
49 
22 



60 

35 

547 

2 



1901 



79 
124 



85 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



111 



333 



-10 



80 

48 

-36 

225 

90 
258 



47 

71 

-152 



31 



117 
32 



223 

-28 
-34 



-54 

-33 
-304 



49 
99 



1911 
over 
1901 



366 
207 



264 
141 



359 



51( 



37 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



- 




Population 


in 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


ONTARIO— Continued 

Tlmlskamlng— Continued 
Maisonville •. 


52 

100 

208 

9 

283 

6 

11 

1 

12 

825 

14 

1 

214 

204 

2 

2 

1 

1 

7 

7 

45 

219 

116 

8 

389 

5 

7 
15 
3 

3 

2 

8 

276 

199 

17 

245 

73 

5 

27 

49 

3 

37 

20 

16 

161 

12 

1 

1 

412 

1,170 

547 

10 

24 

3,918 

2 

2 

43 

2 

11 


67 

2 

113 

52 

66 

11 

26 
200 

27 

4 
316 

6 

400 

84 
60 

11 

25 

177 

202 

18 

15 
4 

136 
103 

36 
29 
20 

185 

4 

15 

300 

4 

3,415 

58 
12 
11 


8 


-15 
98 
95 

231 

-55 

625 
-13 

210 
-112 

-5 

-393 

-39 
159 

-3 
364 

-187 

-13 

140 
96 

37 
-24 

7 

227 

543 

-5 

-276 

503 
-56 




Marquis 


- 


Marter 


- 


Marathon 


- 


Matheson 


- 


Midlothian 


- 


Milner 


- 


Moody 


- 


Morel 


- 


Morrisett 


- 


Mortimer 


- 


Mountjoy 


- 


.Munro 


- 


Musgrove 


- 


New Market 


- 


Nicol...: 


- 


Nixon 


- 


Nordica 


- 


North Williams ' ' 


- 


O'Brien ', 


- 


Ogden 


- 


Ossiam 


- 


Otto 


- 


Pacaud 




Pyne 


- 




- 




- 


Pontiac 


- 




~ 




- 




- 




- 


Rattray 


10 




- 


Raymond 


- 




- 




' - 




- 


Sergeant 


- 




- 


Sharpe 


- 




- 


Sherring 


- 




- 


Smyth 


- 




- 


Steel 


- 




- 




- 




- 


( Swanson 


- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 


Tisdale and Porcupine District 


- 


Tolstoi 


— 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 








38 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARI O— Continued 

Tlmlskamln'g— Concluded 

Walker 

Way 

Wesley ■• 

Whitesides 

Whitney 

Whitson 

Williamson 

Transcontinental Railway ■ ■ 

Unsurveyed parts north of Transcontinental 

Railway 

Groundhog River south of Shakelton Tp. . . . 

Indian Reserve 

Towns — 

Charlton • ■ • • 

Cobalt 

Cochrane 

Englehart 

Haileybury... 

Iroquois Falls 

Latchford , 

Matheson.". 

New Liskeard 

Timmins 

Villages — 

Kapuskasing 

Thornloe ' ■ •■ 



Toronto Centre (Toronto city part) . 

Ward 2 (part) 

Ward 3 (part) 

Ward 4 (part) 



Toronto East (Toronto city part) . 

Ward 1 fpart) 

Ward2 (part) 



Toronto North (Toronto city part) . 

Ward 2 (part) 

Wards (part) 

Ward i (part) 

Ward 5 (part( 



Toronto South (Toronto city part) . 
Ward 2 (part) 



Ward 3 (part) . 
Ward 4 (part) . 
Ward 5 (part)'. 
Ward 6 (part) . 



Toronto West (Toronto city part) . 

Ward 4 (part) 

Ward 5 (part) 



Victoria 

Anson. . . 
Bexley.. 
Burton.. 
Carden . . 
Cardiff.. 
Dal ton.. 
Digby.., 
Dudley. 
Dysart. . 
Eldon... 
Emily... 
Fenelon. 



Population in 



1921 



249 

825 

29 

234 

1 

4 



670' 
14 

73 

405 
4,449 
3,306 

759 
3,743 
1,178 

227 

305 
2,268 
3,843 

926 
141 

51,76S 

8,156 
26,804 
16,808 

64,825 

33,747 
31,078 

73,478 
11,993 
13,932 
18,210 
28,343 

37,596 

7,241 
1,414 

10,268 
8,267 

•10,406 

68,397 

23,239 
45, 158 

33,995 

232 

693 

53 

492 

553 

396 

78 

35 

1,191 

2,145 

1,888 

1,895 



1911 



73 

2 

50 
268 



1,000 

1,273 
62 

412 
5,638 
1,715 

670 
3,874 

428 

2,108 



52 

54,792 

6,579 
31,367 
16,846 

53,712 

24,487 
29,225 

51,318 

7, 193 
12,158 
13,215 
18,752 

43,956 

10,259 
3,379 

12,940 
9,033 
8,345 

57,804 

19,646 
38,158 

36,499 

253 

818 

4 

684 

518 

480 

142 

30 

957 

2,691 

2,121 

2,304 



1901 



2,336 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



45,888 

5,388 

27,490 

13,010 

36,763 

11,179 
25,584 

2I),766 

3,468 
7,187 
5,773 
4,338 

38,108 

10,062 
4,825 

10,109 
7,866 
5,246 

41,069 

17,346 
23,723 

38,511 

252 

907 

2 

805 

698 

541 

219 

80 

643 

2,994 

2,304 

2,470 



176 



-21 
-34 



-589 
11 

-7 

-1,189 

1,591 

89 

-131 

-201 

160 



-3,024 

1,577 

-4,563 

-38 

11,113 

9,260 
1,853 

21,160 

4,800 
1,774 
4,995 
9,591 

-6,360 

-3,018 

-1,965 

-2,672 

-766 

2,061 

10,593 

3,593 
7,000 

-2,504 

-21 

-125 

49 

-192 

35 

--84 

-64 

5 

234 

-546 

-233 

-409 



39 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Com. 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Victoria— Conclu dod 

Glamorgan 

Guilford 

Harburn 

Harcourt 

Havelock 

Hindon 

Lawrence 

Laxton 

Livingstone 

Lutterworth 

MoClintock 

Mariposa 

Mindon 

Monmouth 

Nightingale 

Ops 

Sherbourne 

Sno wdon . . ! 

Somerville 

Stanhope 

Verulam 

Lindsay town 

Villages— 

Bobcaygeon 

Fenelon Falls. . . 

Omemee 

Sturgeon Point. . 

Woodville 



Waterloo N 

Wellesley 

Woolwich 

Kitchener city. 
Waterloo town 
Elmira village 



tVaterloo S 

Dumfries N 

Waterloo S 

Wilmot 

Gait city 

Towns — 

Hespeler 

Preston 

Ayr village 

New Hamburg village. 

tVeUaud 

Bertie.. 

Crowland 

Humberstone 

Pelham 

Stamford 

Thorold 

Wainfleet 

Willoughby 

Cities — 

Niagara Falls 

Welland 

Towns — 

Bridgeburg 

Port Colborne 

Thorold 



Population in 



1921 1911 



IVaterloo N 41,698 



502 
330 

30 

■ 97 

1 

54 

359 

316 
20 

,472 

935 

663 

20 

,310 
125 
618 

,630 
434 

,673 

,620 



1,095 
1,031 

510 
47 

452 



3,765 
■ 4,466 

3,805 
21,763 

5,883 

2,016 

33,568 

2,146 

3,615 

4,263 

13,216 

2,777 

5,423 

777 

1,351 



14, 



,668 

305 
826 
304 
936 
495 
739 
582 
917 

764 
654 

401 

415 
825 



482 

202 

56 

72 

51 

3 

518 

9 

411 

30 

3,807 

984 

699 

12 

2,746 

238 

760 

1,870 

489 

2,022 

0,964 

1,000 

1,053 

505 

394 

33,619 

3,474 
4,757 
4,051 
15,196 
4,359 
1,782 

%S,988 
2,095 
3,467 
4,569 

10,299 

2,368 

3,883 

823 

1,484 

42,163 

3,282 
1,667 
3,417 
2,815 
3,139 
2,085 
2,764 



9,248 
5,318 

1,770 
1,624 
2,273 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



527 

263 

78 

50 

48 

596 
28 
464 
71 
,190 
,170 
629 



2,610 
200 
856 

2,105 
500 

2,130 

7,003 

914 

1,132 

574 

458 

27,134 

3,411 
5,051 
4,318 
9,747 
3,537 
1,060 

25,470 

2,164 
3,696 
4,944 
7,866 

2,457 

2,308 

827 

1,208 

31,588 

3,189 
1,010 
3,232 
2,490 
2,140 
2,025 
3,008 
991 

5,702 
1,863 

1,356 
1,253 
1,979 



1921 
over 
1911 



20 

68 

-26 

25 



-159 

-95 

-10 

-395 

-49 

-36 

8 

-436 

-113 

-142 

-240 

-55 

-349 

656 

95 

-22 
5 

58 

8,079 

291 
-291 
-246 
6,567 
1,524 

234 

4,580 

51 

148 

-306 

2,917 

409 
1,540 

-46 
-133 

24,505 

23 

2,159 

-1,113 

121 

4,356 

2,654 

-182 

9 

5,516 
3,336 

, 631 
1,791 
2,552 



1911 
over 
1901 



-45 
-1 

-22 
22 



-78 

-19 

-53 

-41 

-323 

-186 

70 

136 

38 

-96 

-235 

-11 

-108 

-39 

86 
-79 
-69 

-64 

6,495 

63 

-294 

-267 

5,449 

822 

722 

3,518 

-69 
-229 
-375 
2,433 

-89 

1,575 

-4 

276 

10,575 

93 

657 

185 

325 

999 

60 

-244 

-83 

3,546 
3,455 



414 

'371 

294 



40 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Core. 



Electoral Districts 



Population in 



1921 1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



ONTARIO— Continued 



Welland— Concluded 
Villages — 

Chippewa 

Crystal Beach.. 

Fort Erie 

Humberstone.. . 



WeUington N 

Arthur 

Garafaxa w 

Luther w 

Maryborough... 

Minto 

Peel 

Towns — 

Harriston 

Mount Forest. , 
Palmerston . , . 

Villages- 
Arthur 

Clifford 

Drayton 



Wellington S... 

Eramosa 

Erin 

Guelph 

Nichol 

Pilkington... 

Puslinch 

Guelph city. 
Villages — 

Elora 

Erin 

Fergus 



Wentworth 

Ancaster 

Barton 

Beverley 

Binbrook 

Flamborough East 

Flamborough West. . . 

Glanf ord 

Saltfleet 

Hamilton city (part). 

Dundas town. 

Waterdown village — 



York East 

Scarborough 

Toronto city (part). 



York North 

Georgina 

Gwillimbury E 

Gwillimbury N 

King 

Whitechurch 

Towns — 

Aurora 

New Market 

Villages — 

Holland Landing.. 

Stouffville 

Sutton 



1,137 

298 

1,546 

1,524 



137 
669 
579 

,349 
376 

,046 

,263 
718 
523 

104 
469 
600 



34,337 

2,333 
2,797 
2,606 
1,441 
1,149 
2,462 
18, 128 

1,136 

479 

1,796 

64,449 

5,586 

10,165 

3,516 

1,260 

3,008 

■ 2,840 

1,409 

5,900 

25,033 

, 4,978 

754 

77,950 

11,746 
66,204 

23,136 

1,537 
3,140 
1,630 
5,149 
3,529 

2,307 
3,626 

376 
1,053 
• 789 



707 
1, 146 



22,292 

2,401 
1,951 
1,822 
2,642 
2,665 
3,413 

1,491 
1,839 
1,665 



1, 



102 
595 
706 



32,200 

2,487 
3,147 
2,641 
1,520 
1,255 
2,733 
15,175 

1,197 

511 

1,534 

34,634 

4,136 
4,410 
3,629 
1,254 
2,646 
2,736 
1,413 
4,458 
4,897 
4,299 
756 

32,864 

4,713 
28,151 

22,415 

1,720 
3,369 
1,654 
5,007 
3,479 

1,901 
2,996 



460 
890 



26,120 

2,961 
2,561 
2,227 
3,188 
3,128 
3,865 

1,637 
2,019 
1,850 



,285 
608 
791 



29,. 526 

2,705 
3,. 587 
2,423 
1,685 
1,491 
3,045 
11,496 

1,187 

511 

1,396 

.26,818 
3,863 
3,620 
3,999 
1,403 
2,522 
2,822 
1,585 
3,209 

3,173 
622 

8,478 
3,845 
4,633 

22,419 

1,808 
3,570 
1,827 
5,565 
3,619 

1,590 
2,125 



430 
400 



-2,459 

-264 
-282 
-243 
-293 
-289 
-367 

-228 
-121 
-142 

2 
-126 
-106 

2,127 

-154 
-3.50 
-.35 
-79 
-106 
-271 
2,953 

-61 
-32 
262 

29,815 

1,450 

5,755 

-113 

6 

362 

104 

-4 

1,442 

20, 136 

679 

-2 

45,086 

7,033 
38,053 

721 

-183 

-229 

-24 

142 

50 

406 
630 



502 


446 


-126 


1,034 


1,223 


19 


753 


646 


36 



41 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Concltided 



Electoral Districts 



ONTARIO— Concluded 

York South 

Markham 

York 

Toronto city (part) 

Leaside town 

Villages — 

Markham 

Richmond Hill 

York Wcs<^ 

Etobicoke 

Vaughan 

York (part) 

Toronto city (part) 

Towns — 

Mimioo 

New Toronto 

Weston 

Woodbridge village 



Population in 



1921 1911 



100,054 

5,267 

47,488 

44,907 

325 

1,012 
1,055 

70,681 

10,445 
5,080 
9,960 

34,938 

3,751 

2,669 

3,166 

672 



31,933 

5,328 
11,413 
13,631 



909 
652 

35,831 

5,507 

4,398 

2,525 

18,860 

1,373 
686 

1,875 
607 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



18,964 

5,378 
9,107 
2,883 



967 
629 

17,905 

3,767 
4,586 
1,128 
6,091 

437 

209 

1,083 

604 



1921 
over 
1911 . 



68,121 

-61 
36,075 
31,276 



103 
403 

34,850 

4,938 

682 

7,435 

16,078 

2,378 

1,983 

1,291 

65 



1911 
over 
1901 



12,969 

-50 

2,306 

10,748 



-58 
23 ' 

17,926 

1,740 

-188 

1,397 

12,769 

936 

477 

792 

3 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN IX 



Published by Authority of the Honourable James A. Robb, Minister of Trade and Commerce 
a. H. Coats. Dominion SiATiSTiaAN Dominion Bureau op Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail Chief 

Statistician FOR Population. v- n^i-, v^/iutf 



POPULATION OF QUEBEC, 1921 

General Summary by Electoral Districts, Counties and Urban 
and Rural Sub-divisions 

The Province of Quebec was known under the name of New France or 
Canada from 1608 to 1765, as the province of Quebec from 1765 to 1790 as 
Lower Canada from 1791 to 1840, as Canada East from 1841 to 1867, and when 
by the union of the four origmal provinces, the Confederation of the Dominion 
oi Canada was formed, it became isinown as the province of Quebec. 

The first nominal Census giving a record of each individual by name of 
which the results are now known, was taken in Quebec in 1665. This Census 
was followed at irregular intervals up to 1763 by 14 more or less complete enumer- ■ 
ations and by 8 Census enumerations between 1763 and 1867. In 1665 the total 
population of Quebec was 3,215. In 1667 the Census gave a population of 3,918 
rhe next Census, m 1679, gave the population as 9,400. In the Census of 1685 
the population was given as 12,263 including 1,538 Indians located near the 

wriJd^frf *^7o^'.^'°'"\°^ ^^^2 states that the population of Quebec 
was 12,431, of which 11,075 were whites and 1,356 Indians settled near the French. 

127,4'?5L''l82tard'2t9tnnl72'L '^'""" "" ''''''''' '' ^^"^^^^ -*^ 



Census Year 



921 
911 
901 
891 
S81, 
S71, 
^61 
351, 
344. 
331. 
322. 
314. 

m. 
m. 
m. 



41254—1 



Population 



2,361,199 

2,005,776 

1,648,898 

1,488,535 

1,359,027 

1,191,516 

1,111,566 

890,261 

697,084 

553,134 

427,465 

335,000 

250,000 

161,311 

24,961 



Increase over preceding 
Census 



Number 



355,423 

356,878 

160,363 

129,508 

167,511 

79,950 

221,305 

193,177 

143,950 

125,669 

92,465 

85,000 

88,689 

136,360 



. Per cent 



17-72 
21-64 
10-77 

9-53 
14-06 

7-19 
24-86 
27-67 
26-02 
29-39 
27-60 
34-00 
54-98 
546-51 



Per cent 
increase in 
population 

of the 
Dominion in 
each decade 



21-7 
34-1 
11-1 
11-8 
17-2 



Urban and Rural Population 

For the purposes of the Census, the population residing in cities, towns 
and incorporated villages has been defined as urban and that outside of such 
localities as rural. The summary herewith shows for the last three Censuses 
the urban and rural population of the province. The classification for each 
Census is based upon the population of the various classes of places as shown 
bv the returns of each Census. The figures for each census, therefore, may not 
relate to exactly the same urban and rural territory, since territory which was 
regarded as rural in one. Census may be classed as urban m a subsequent one. 

TABLE 1. Urban and Rural Population, 1921, 1911 and 1901 



Class of Place 



Total population. 



Urban places. 

Cities 

Towns 

Villages — 



1921 



1911 



No 

of 

places 



Rural parts. 



358 

21 

86 

251 



Popu- 
lation 



2,361,199 

1,323,071 

•955,822 
181,895 
185,354 

1,038,128 



i o. 

of 

places 



232 

8(') 

64 

160 



Popu- 
lation 



2,005,776 

966,8420 

629,784 
207,272 
129,786 

1,038,931 



1901 



No. 

of 

places 



187 
11 
40 

136 



Popu- 
lation 



1,648,898 

654,065 

437,319 
106,319 
110,427 

994,833 



Per cent of 

Total 
Population 



1921 



100 00 

56. 03 

40-48 
7-70 
7-85 

43-97 



1911 



100 00 



1901 



100-00 

39-66 

26-52 
6-45 
6-69 



51-80 60-34 



The figures in the foregoing table show that in 1901, of every 1,000 popula- 
tion 603 were living in rural localities, as against 397 ^^ urban centres. In 1911 
the proportion of rural to urban in every 1,000 was Sig to. 482. In 1921 the 
ratio of rural to urban in every 1,000 was 440 to 560. 

""Tietween 1901 and 1911 the cities of St. Cunfigonde and St. Henri were added to Montreal. L6vis 
1,1901. 



TABLE 2. Area and Density of Population by Electoral Districts, 1921, 1911 and 1901 



Electoral Districts 



Land area 

in square 

miles 



Population, 1921 



Total 



Per 

square 
mile 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



Quebec 

Argentouil 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beauharnois 

Bellcchasso 

Berthier , 

Bonaventurc 

Brome 

Chambly & Vercheres 

Cham plain 

Charlevoix-Montmorency. , 
Ch&teauguay-Huntingdon . 

Chicoutimi-Saguenay 

Compton 

Do/rchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska 

Gasp6 

George-Etienne Cartier 

Hochelaga 

Hull 

Jacques Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie and Napierville . . 
L'Assomption-Montcalm, . . 

Laurier-Outremont 

Laval-Two Mountains 

L6vis 

L'Islet 

Lotbinifere: 

Maisonneuve 

Maskinong6 

Matane 

Mfegantio 

Missisquoi 

Montmagny 

Nicolet 

Pontiae 

Portneuf 

Quebec County 

Quebec East 

Quebec South 

Quebec West ' 

Richelieu 

Richmond and Wolfe 

Rimouski 

St. Ann 

St. Antoine 

St. Denis 

St. Hyacinthe-Rouville 

St. James 

St. Johns and Iberville 

St. Lawrenc6-St.,George. . . 

St. Mary , 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Stanstead 

T6miscouata 

Terrebonne 

Three Rivers and St. Maurice 

Vaudreuil-Soulanges 

Westmount-St. Henri 

Wright 

Yamaska 



690,865 00 

783-36 

346 1-4 

1,89104 

147-03 

652-64 

2,192-74 

3,463-61 

488-15 

337-00 

1,497-95 

4,303-09 

626-52 

492,140-74 

1,439-04 

941-60 

■1,197-82 

4,551-47 

(') 

(') 

1,023-18 

86-94 

3,013-50 

1,037-50 

2,948-80 

319-20 

4,448-40 

(>) 

378-12 

271-83 

772-80 

726-40 

58-10 

2,940-00 

3,495-67 

780-16 

375-21 

630-13 

626-07 

19,917-34 

6,722-91 

2,799-59 

2-20 

3-59 

116-66 

193-10 

1,224-32 

2,089-44 

(') 

(') 

(') 

520-58 
(') 
403-02 

, 0) 

(') 

567-20 

237-59 

432-47 
1,806-18 

781-82 
2,568-05 

336-75 

(^) 
2,297-27 

393-12 



2,361,199 

17,165 

18,035 

53,841 

19,888 

21,190 

19,817 

29,092 

13,471 

34,643 

48,009 

28,874 

26,731 

90,609 

32,285 

28,954 

44,823 

40,375 

54,800 

73,526 

43,541 

89,297 

25,913 

22,014 

35,927 

20,065 

28,318 

72,047 

28,314 

33,323 

17,859 

21,837 

64,933 

16,945 

36,303 

33,633 

17,709 

21,997 

29,695 

46,201 

34,452 

31,130 

38,330 

27,706 

37,993 

18,764 

42,248 

27,520 

52,049 

32,394 

78,920 

36,754 

42,443 

23,518 

36,912 

63,975 

25,644 

30,786 

23,380 

44,310 

33,908 

50,845 

21,620 

62,909 

21,850 

18,840 



3 43 

21-91 
52-10 
28-47 
135-26 
32-47 

9-04 

8-40 

27-60 

102-80 

32-05 

6-71 
42-67 

0-18 
22-44 
30-75 
37-42 

8-87 



42-55 
1,027-11 

8-60 
21-22 
12-18 
62-86 

6-37 

74-88 

122-59 

23-11 

30-06 

1,117-61 

5-76 

10-39 

43-11 

47-20 

34-91 

47-43 

2-32 

5-12 

11-12 

17,422-73 

7,717-55 

325-67 

97-17 

34-51 

13-17 



70-60 
58-35 



45-21 
129-58 
54-06 
24-53 
43-37 
19-80 
64-20 

9-51 
47-92 



2,005,776 

16,766 

18,206 

51,399 

20,802 

21,141 

19,872 

28,110 

13,216 

28,715 

39,824 

27,972 

26,562 

65,888 

29,630 

25,096 

41,590 

35,001 

51,937 

44,884 

37,917 

56,855 

23,911 

20,888 

30,115 

19,335 

28,506 

44,264 

25,275 

28,913 

16,435 

22,158 

33,796 

16,509 

27,539 

31,314 

17,466 

17,356 

30,055 

31,479 

30,260 

28,046 

30,922 

24,163 

30,506 

19,810 

39,491 

23,951 

41,541 

34,794 

45,141 

35,473 

44,057 

21,882 

38,883 

62,521 

23,976 

23, 2H 

20, 765 

36,430 

29,018 

36,153 

20,439 

56,088 

21,171 

20,387 



1,618,898 

16,407 

18,181 

43,129 

21,732 

18,706 

19,980 

24,495 

13,397 

24,318 

32,015 

25,813 

27,562 

48,291 

26,460 

21,007 

38,999 

30,683 

53,673 

14,193 

33,851 

21,966 

22,255 

19,099 

22,291 

19,633 

26,996 

13,237 

24,686 

26,210 

14,439 

20,039 

12,402 

15,813 

18,521 

23,878 

17,339 

14,757 

27,209 

28,127 

24,176 

24,381 

28,645 

21,833 

24,897 

18,576 

34,137 

21,636 

41,225 

47,653 

10,391 

34,950 

42,618 

20,679 

21,889 

40,631 

23,628 

18,426 

18,998 

29,185 

26,816 

29,311 

20,373 

40,960 

19,589 

21,506 



355,423 

399 
-171 
2,442 
-914 
49 
-55 
982 
255 
5,928 
8,185 
902 
169 
24', 721 
2,655 
3,858 
3,233 
5,374 
2,863 
28,642 
5,624 
32,442 
2,002 
1,126 
5,812 
730 
-188 
27,783 
3,039 
4,410 
1,424 
-321 
31,137 
436 
8,764 
2,319 
243 
4,641 
-360 
14,722 
4,192 
3,084 
7,408 
3,543 
7,487 
-1,046 
2,757 
3,569 
10,508 
-2,400 
33,779 
1,281 
-1,614 
1,636 
-1,971 
1,454 
1,668 
7,575 
2,615 
7,880 
4,890 
14,692 
1,181 
6,821 
679 
-1,547 



356,878 

359 
25 
8,270 
-930 
2,435 
-108 
3,615 
-181 
4,397 
7,809 
2,159 
-1,000 
17,597 
3,170 
4,089 
2,591 
4,318 
-1,736 
30,691 
4,066 
34,889 
1,656 
1,789 
7,824 
-298 
1,510 
31,027 
589 
2,703 
1,996' 
2,119 
21,394 
696 
9,018 
7,436 
127 
2,599 
2,846 
3,352 
6,084 
3,665 
2,277 
2,330 
5,609 
1,234 
5,354 
2,315 
316 
-12,859 
34,750 
523 
1,439 
1,203 
16,994 
21,890 
348 
4,785 
1,767 
7,245 
2,202 
6,842 
66 
15, 128 
1,582 
-1,119 



(') See area of Montreal City, page 4. 
(') For area Westmount City see page 4. 

41254—2 



TABLE 3. 



Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901, 
as classed in 1921 



Cities and Towns 


Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 


Population 


1911 


1901 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — ) 


1921 


Per sq. 
mile 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


Cities 


1-02 
1-32- 
6-25 
2-01 
4-68 
3-47 
1-30 
50-24 
1-52 
8-84 
7-65 
1-53 
4-85 
3-12 
1-70 
1-00 
2-39 
4-00 
2-22 
0-55 
1-52 

2-00 
3-12 

1-71 
1-05 
2-34 
1-87 
3-08 
1-00 
0-80 
1-30 
0-75 
0-28 
2-12 
1-88 
2-00 
6-67 
9-33 
1-87 
4-37 
3-75 
1-18 
4-19 
0-21 
0-52 
4-00 
0-96 
3-12 
1-35 
1-15 
0-68 
0-99 
0-07 
2-81 
0-57 
0-93 

2-18 
7-30 
0-34 
6-64 
1-56 
8-75 
3-15 


955,822 

6,785 

7,631 
24,117 

9,113 
15,404 
10,470 

4,682 

618,506 

13,249 

95,193 

7,703 
10,625 
23,515 

8,174 
10,859 

7,734 

7,886 
22,367 
25,001 

9,215 
17,593 

181,895 

1,549 

1,234 

936 

2,970 

2,204 

172 

2,291 

578 

1,448 

2,250 

1,669 

1,418 

2,193 

2,658 

2,603 

3,835 

6,738 

881 

8,937 

3,554 

950 

1,293 

540 

1,225 

833 

1,486 

2,852 

3,802 

3,343 

1,112 

53 

2,454 

59 

4,851 

2,557 

2,592 

60 

2,158 

726 

1,320 

5,603 

1,150 

4,966 

539 


6,651-96 

5,781-06 

3,858-72 

4,533-83 

3,291-45 

3,017-29 

3,601-53 

12,311-02 

8,716-44 

10,768-43 

1,006-92 

6,944-44 

4,848-45 

2,619-87 

6,387-64 

7, 734-00 

3,299-58 

5,591-75 

11,261-71 

16,754-54 

11,580-92 

774-50 
395-51 

1,736-84 

2,099-05 

73-50 

968-84 

187-66 

1,448-00 

2,812-50 

1,283-84 

1,890-66 

7,832-14 

1,252-83 

1,384-57 

1,917-50 

1,010-19 

94-42 

4,779-14 

813-27 

253-33 

1,095-76 

128-88 

5,833-33 

1,601-92 

386-50 

2,970-83 

1,218-58 

2,476-29 

966-95 

77-94 

2,478-78 

842-85 

1,726-33 

4,485-96 

2,787-09 

989-90 
99-45 
3,882-35 
843-82 
737-17 
567-54 
171-11 


740,671 

4,750 
4,783 

18,222 
6,346 

11,688 

8,703 

3,972 

490,504 

4,820 

78,710 
6,774 
4,265 

16,405 
S,420 
9,797 
5,903 
7,261 

13,691 

11,629 
9,449 

14,579 

119,635 

1,402 
1,458 
1,083 
3,109 
1,011 

1,857 
375 
1,677 
2,-015 
1,432 
1,501 
1,335 
2,645 
1,239 
3,854 

5,880. 

3,165 

996 

631 
1,005 
1,725 

3,560 

1,905 

2,354 

2,407 

2,388 

1,747 
2,934 
1,128 
3,978 


513,007 

3,773 
2,511 

13,993 
4,220 
6,365 
9,242 
2,835 
328,172 
1,148 

68,840 
4,569 
2,768 

11,765 
7,057 
9,210 
4,030 
721 
9,981 
1,898 

11,055 
8,858 

82,507 

1,175 
995 

2,291 
507 

1,408 

1,976 
1,364 

1,364 
3,256 

2,936 

3,826 

2,880 

804 

275 

481 

1,450 

3,114 
1,512 

2,022 

1,451 

1,605 

934 
3,416 


315,151 

2,035 
2,848 
5,895 
2,767 
3,716 
1,767 

710 

128,002 

8,429 

16,483 

929 
6,360 
7,110 
-246 
1,062 
1,831 

625 

8,676 

13,372 

-234 

3,014 

62,260 

147 
-224 
-147 
-139 
1,193 

434 

203 

-229 

235 

237 

-83 

858 

11 

1,364 

-19 

3,057 
389 
-46 

202 

461 

1,127 

-217 

549 
2,497 

185 

-230 

-427 

2,669 

22 

988 


227,664 


Granby 


977 


Grand'Mfere 


2,272 


Hull 


4,229 




2,126 




5,323 




-539 




1,137 


Montreal 


162,332 


Outremont ■ 


3,672 




9,870 




2,205 


Shawinigan Falls . 


1,497 




4,640 


■ Sorel 


1,363 


St. Hyacinthe 


587 




1,873 


. Thetford Mines 


6,540 


Three Rivers 


3,710 




9,731 


Westmount ■ 


-1,606 
5,723 


Towns 


37,128 


Acton Vale 


227 




463 






Aylrner 


818 




504 


Baie d'Urf^e 




Baie St Paul ' 


449 


Beaconsfield 




Beauceville 


_ 




39 


Bedford.. 


68 


Beloeil . ; 




■ Berthier 


—29 




-611 


Broniptonville 






918 


CaD de la Madeleine 






_ 


Chicoutimi 


2,054 




285 




192 








_ 




_ 




356 




624 




275 








446 


Greenfield Park 






_ 




393 








_ 




_ 




385 








937 


. La Salle 






142 








194 


Lauzon 

Laval de Montreal 


562 



TABLE 3. 



Area and Population of Cities and Towns, 1921, 1911 and 1901, 
as classed in 1921 — Con. 



Cities and Towns 



Land 
Area in 
sq. miles 



Population 



1921 



Per. sq. 
mile. 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease ( — )■ 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



Towns— Con. 

Laval des Rapides 

Laval sur le Lac 

Lennoxville 

Louiseville 

Magog 

Maple Grove 

Marieville 

, M6gantic 

Montmagny 

Montreal East 

Montreal North 

Montreal West 

Montreal South 

Mont- Royal 

Nicolot 

Pointe-aux-Trembles; 

Pointe Claire St. Joachim 

Portd'Alfred 

Quebec West 

Richmond 

Rigaud 

Rimouski 

Roberval 

Roxboro 

■ Scotstown 

Ste. Agathc des Monts 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue 

St. J6r6me 

St. Lambert 

St. Laurent 

St. Leonard de Port Maurice. 

St. Michel ' 

St. Ours 

St. Pierre 

Ste. Rose 

Ste. Thfirese 

St. Tite 

■ Terrebonne. 

Trois-Pistoles 

Victoriaville 

Waterloo 

Windsor 



1,989 
81 
1,554 
1,772 
5,159 

286 
1,748 
3,140 
4,145 
1,776 
1,360 
1,882 
1,030 

160 
2,342 
1,764 
2,617 
1,213 

130 
2,450 

939 

3,612 

2,068 

23 

987 
2,812 
2,212 
5,491 
3,890 
3,232 

462 

493 

622 
3,635 
1,811 
3,043 
1,783 
2,056' 
1,454 
3,759 
2,063 
2,330 



750 

168 

350 

' 5,906 

1,286 

77 

2,009 

431 
3,342 

371 

324 

3,035 

1,560 

59 

1,099 

735 

918 

1,213 

72 

1,570 

830 

2,757 

1,988 

31 

229 
1,065 
7,135 

373 

2,091 

2,154 

91 

163 
4,442 
10,712 

724 
4,754 
2,201 
2,210 

975 
2,010 

946 

829 



1,211 
1,675 
3,978 

1,587 
2,816 
2,617 



703 
790 

2,593 

1,167 

793 



,175 
856 
097 
737 



933 
2,020 
1,416 
3,473 
3,344 
1,860 



622 
2,201 
1,480 
2,120 
1,438 
1,990 

3,028 
1,886 
2,233 



1,120 
1,565 
3,516 

1,306 
2,171 
1,919 



362 

2,225 
556 



2,057 

779 

1,804 

1,248 

791 
1,073 
1,343 
3,619 
1,362 
1,390 



609 

505 

1,154 

1,541 

.1,822 

1,693 
1,797 
2,149 



343 

97 

1,181 

161 

324 

1,528 



1,-179 
. 240 

-251 

597 

1,824 



275 

83 

516 

331 

54 
792 
796 

2,018 
546 

1,372 





1,334 

331 

923 

345 



731 
177 
97 



91 
110 
462 

281 
645 
698 



351 

368 
23S 



lis 

77 

1,293 

489 

142 

947 

73 

-146 

1,982 

470 



13 

1,696 

326 

579 

168 

1,335 
89 
84 



41254— 2i . 



TABLE 4. Population of Incorporated Villages of Quebec, 1921, 1911 and 1901, 

as classed in 1921 



Villages 



Counties 



All Villages 

Abord-4-Plouffe . 

Almaville 

Amiante 

Amos 

Andr6ville 

Angers. 

Annaville 

Asbestos 

Ayer's Cliff.; .... 
Bale Shawinigan 

Beaulac 

Beaulieu 

Beauport 

B6cancour 

Beebe Plain 

Belle Plage 

Bernierville..;.. . 

Bio 

Bienville 

Bishop's Cross- 
ing 

Bonsecours 

Bouoherville 

Bryson 

Calumet 

Campbell's Bay 

Canrobert 

Cap^WAigle.... 

Carillon 

Chambly Bassin 
Chambly Canton 
Champlain 
Cliandler. . 

Chapeau 

Charlemagne — 
Charlesbourg — 

Chfo6ville 

Chesterville 

Clarenceville 

Como 

ComoEast 

Compton 

Contrecoeur 

Coteau du Lac . . . 
Coteau Landing. 
Coteau Station. . 

CdteSt. Luc 

Cowansville 

Danville. ._ 

Daveluy ville .... 

Delson.^ 

Deschaillons 

DeschSnes 

Deux-Rivi^res. . . 

Disraeli 

Dixville 

Dunham 

Durham 
South 

Eastman 

■ Farnham 

East 

Ferme-Neuve... 

Ferment 

Fort Coulonge . . 

Fortierville 

Foster 

Francoeur 

Frelighsburg.... 

Gasp6 

Gentilly 

Giffard 

Gracefield 

Grande Bale . . . 

Grenville 

Grondines 

Hatley 

Hatley 
North 

Hubert ville 

HSbertville Sta- 

Hemmingford . . . 

Howick 



Laval 

Champlain 

M6gantic 

Pontine 

Kamouraska. . 

Labelle 

Nicolet 

Richmond 

Stanstead..... 
St. Maurice. 

Wolfe 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Nicolet 

Stanstead 

Vaudreuil 

M6gantie_. 

Rimouski 

L6vis 



Wolfe 

L'Islet 

Chambly 

Pontiac..^ 

Argenteuil 

Pontiac 

Rouville 

Charlevoix 

Argenteuil 

Chambly 

Chambly 

Champlain 

Gasp6 

Pontiac — _ 

L'Assomption... 

Quebec'. 

Labelle 

Arthabaska 

Missisquoi 

Vaudreuil 

Vaudreuil 

Compton 

Verchferes. ; 

Soulanges 

Soulanges '■ 

Soulanges — _. . . 
Jacques-Cartier. 

Missisqupi 

Richmond 

Arthabaska 

Laprairie 

LotbiniSre 

Hull 

Champlain 

Wolfe .-. 

Stanstead. 

Missisquoi 



Drummond.. 
Brome 



Brome 

Labelle 

Champlain.. 

Pontiac 

Lotbini^re.. . 

Brome 

Lotbini6re... 
Missisquoi... 

Gaspfi 

Nicolet 

Quebec 

Wright 

Chicoutimi. 
Argenteuil. . 

Portneut 

Stanstead. . . 



1921 



185,354 

1,011 

1,174 
386 

1,488 
598 
284 
239 

2,189 
461 

1,213 
491 
282 

3,240 
262 
921 
69 
751 
912 

1,462 

300 
769 
934 
201 
682 
700 
281 
444 
183 

1,068 
839 
698 

1,756 
314 
829 

1,267 
611 
257 
277 

1,146 
279 
486 
659 
435 
365 
851 
377 

1,094 

1,290 
384 
428 

1,142 
321 
642 

1,646 
425 
295 



1901 



107.473 



428 

243 
2,224 

316 
1,024 

431 

477 

311 



Stanstead..... 
Chicoutimi. . . 
Chicoutimi .. 
Huntingdon... 
Chateauguay.. 



390 
704 

198 
511 
30 
973 
485 
355 
593 
254 
764 
423 

1,254 
342 

1,735 
701 
419 
250 

430 
719 
739 
345 
457 



628 



1,097 
477 

447 
229 

188 
900 
857 



277 
776 



505 
263 



382 
624 
428 
385 
643 
303 
881 
1,331 
294 

1,161 



1,606 
404 
296 



607 



811 



282 
606 
430 

300 
1,355 
1,383 



655 
737 
313 



62,418 



212 
-783 



326 
220 



477 



940 
508 



253 

233 
849 
967 



•230 



628 
457 



578 
570 



699 
1,017 



1,213 



430 
277 



630 



Villages 



231 
454 



495 



261 
637 



338 



Counties 



Huntingdon 

Inverness 

Kingsbury..;. . . 

Knowlton 

La Baieville. . . . 

Labelle 

Lac-au-Saumon. 

LacoUe 

Lac St. Louis. . . 

Lac Weedon 

Lambton. ...... 

L'Annonciation. 

LaPSrado 

La Providence.. 
La Rochelle .... 

Laurierville 

Laval 

Lawrenceville... 

Leclercville 

Linifere 

Lorette ville 

Lotbinifere 

Luce ville 

Lyster 

Macamic 

Maibaie 

Marbleton 

Masson. ._ 

M assue ville — : 
McMasterville. . 

Melbourne 

M ontauban 

Montcerf 

Montebello 

Mont-Joli 

Mont-Laurier. . , 
M ontmorency . . . 

Napierville 

Neuville 

New Glasgow.... 
New Rockland . . 

Nominingue 

N.D. des Anges. 
Nouv. Salaberry 

Ormstown 

Papineau ville .... 
Petit Lac Magog 

Petit M6tis 

Phillipsburg 

Pierreville 

Plessis ville 

Pointe-au-Pie 

Pointe Fortune . . 
Pointe-Gatineau . 

Pont Rouge 

Portage du Fort. 

Portneuf 

Prince ville 

Quyon 

Rawdon 

Richelieu 

RiviSre Beau- 

dette 

Rivi5re du Mou 

lin 

Robertson ville. . 

Rock Island 

Rougemont 

Roxton Falls. . . . 
Sacr6 Coeur de 

J^sus 

Saindon 

Saragua>^ 

Sawyerville 

Senne ville 

Shawbridge 

Shawville 

Stanstead Plain 

Sutton 

Sweetsburg 

St. Agapit 

Ste. Agathe.... 

St. Alban 

St. Alexandre. . 



Huntingdon 

M6gantic 

Richmond 

Brome 

Yamaska 

Labelle 

Matane 

St. Jean 

Beauharnois . . . 

Wolfe 

Beaucc 

Labelle 

Champlain 

St. Hyacinthe. 

Nicolet 

Mfigantic 

Nicolet 

Shefford 

Lotbinifere 

.Beauce 

Quebec 

Lotbinifire 

Rimouski 

M6gantic 

Pontiac..; 

Charlevoix 

Wolfe 

Hull 

Richelieu 

Verchferes 

Richmond 

Portneut 

Wright 

Labelle 

Rimouski 

Labelle 

Quebec.; 

Napierville 

Portneuf 

Terrebonne 

Richmond 

Labelle 

Portneuf 

Beauharnois.. . 
Chateauguay.. 

Labelle 

Sherbrooke — 
Matane. ....... 

Missisquoi 

Yamasku 

M6gantic 

Charlevoix — 

Vaudreuil 

Hull 

Portneuf 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Arthabaska... 

Pontiac 

Montcalm 

Rouville 



Soulanges. . 



Chicoutimi. 
Mfegantic — 
Stanstead. . . 
Rouville — 
Shefford.... 



1921 



Beauce 

Matane _. . . . 

Jacques-Cartier., 

Compton 

Jacques-Cartier. 

Terrebonne 

Pontiac 

Stanstead 

Brome 

Missisquoi 

Lotbim&re 

Lotbinifere 

Portneuf 

Iberville 



1,401 

182 

241 

841 

530 

641 

1,354 

5j>5 

597 

582 

576 

612 

745 

1,078 

932 

365 

391 

225 

552 

610 

2,068 

491 

426 

696 

1,104 

1,883 

670 

950 

654 

612 

340 

325 

160 

977 

2,799 

1,813 

1,904 

741 

365 

146 

81 

700 

482 

606 

832 

884 

42 

261 

390 

1,394 

2,032 

703 

324 

1,919 

1,419 

338 

877 

869 

787 

1,042 

426 

239 

738 
882 



1,442 


861 


379 


- 


777 


873 


1,709 


996 


1,793 


- 


55 


- 


418 


432 


489 


418 


302 


255 


735 


715 


798 


837 


923 


986 


270 


305 


410 


- 


250 


~ 


486 
260 


- 



TABLE 4. 



Population of Incorporated Villages of Quebec, 1921, 1911 and 1901 
as classed in 1921 — Con. 



Villages 



Counties 



1921 


1911 


1901 


523 
323 
446 


- 


- 


447 


- 


- 


1,648 


- 


■ - 


838 
400 
414 


657 
345 


516 


1,416 


1,070 


- 


570 


- 


- 


346 
1,457 


373 


_ 


583 
457 
985 
705 
649 


941 
600 


865 


419 
766 
820 
428 


711 
733 


- 


417 
1,098 
1,306 

486 


509 
996 
581 


380 
1,079 


740 


- 




1,667 
650 
278 


1.602 
612 


1,199 
735 


405 


- 


- 


533 


517 


589 


916 
1,058 
937 
417 
161 
522 
511 
1,332 

571 
923 


1,410 

470 
719 


498 



Villages 



Counties 



1921 



St. Alexis 

St. Ambroise. . . . 
St. Andr6 Avelin 
Ste. Angde de 

M6rici 

Stc. Anno de 

Beaupr6 

Ste. Anne deChi- 

coiitiini 

St. Anselme 

St. Benolt 

St. Benott Joseph 

Labre 

St. Boniface 

Shawinigan 

St. Bruno. '. 



M.ontcalm. . . 
Chicoutimi. 
La belle 



Rimouski 

Montmorency., 



Chicoutimi 

Dorchester 

Two Mountains. . 

Mntane 



St. Casimir 

St. Casimir 

East.....' 

Ste. C6cile 

St. C6sjure 

St. Charles 

St. Chrysost^me. 
St. Coeur de 

M arie 

St. Cyrille 

St. Denis. 

St. Dominique... 
St. Ephrem de 

Tring 

St. Eustache, 
St. F61icien.. 
St. Flavien. . 
St. Francois d» 

Lac 

St. Gabriel de 

Brandon 

. St. G6d6on.... 
Ste. Genevi6ve 
Ste.Genovifevede 

Pierrefonds, 
St. Georges de 

Cacouna: . . 
St. Georges de 

Champlain 

St. Georges East 
St. Guillaume... . 

St. Henri 

St. Horm6n6gilde 
St. Hilaire. 
St. Hugues. 
St. Jacques 
St. Jeon de Bois 

chAt«l 

St. J6r6me. 



St. Maurice 

Chicoutimi-Sague- 

nay 

Portneuf 



Portneuf... . . . 

Beauharnois. . 

Rouville 

Bellechasse.. . 
Chateauguay. . 



Chicoutimi 

Drummond — 
St. Hyacinthe. 
Bagot 



Beauce 

Two Mountains.. 

Chicoutimi 

Lotbinifere 



Yairaaska.. 



Bcrthier 

Chicoutimi. . 

J ac ques-Car tier . 

Jacques-Cartier. 

T6miscouata 



Champlain. 

Beauce 

Yamaska. . . 

L6vis 

Stanstead . . . 
Rouville — 

Bagot 

Montcalm. . 



guebec 
hicoutimi. 



St. J6r6me de 

Matane 

St. Joseph 

St. Joseph 

St. Joseph 

St.Josephd'Alma 
St. Joseph de Sou- 

langes 

St. Jovite 

St. Joseph de la 

Rivi6re Bleue.. 
St.L6onardd'As- 

ton 

St. Liboire 

St. Louis 

Ste. Madeleine. 
St. Marc des 

Carridres 

Ste. Marie 

St. Michel de 

Yamaska 

St. Moise 

St. Pie 

St. Polycarpe.. 
Ste. Pudentienne 
St. Raymond — 
St. R6dempteur. 

St. R6mi 

Ste. Scholastique 

St. Sim6on , 

St. Sylvestre..., 

Ste.Thfecle 

St.Timoth6..., 

St. Ubalde 

St. Zotique 

Tadoussac 

Templeton 

Thurso 

Tring Junction. 

Upton 

ValBarotte — 
ValBrillant.... 
ValJalbert.... 

Varennes 

Vaudreuil 

VerchSres 

Ville-Marie 

Villers 

Wakefield 

Warden 

Warwick 

Watervillc 

Weedon Centre 
WestSheiTord. 

Wottonville 

Yamachiche.. . 



Matane 

Beauce 

Richelieu 

St. Hyacinthe. 
Chicoutimi. . . . 



Soulanges... 
Terrebonne. 



T6miscouata. . 



Nicolet 

Bagot 

Kamouraska. . . 
St. Hyacinthe. 



Portneuf. . 
Beauce... 



Yamaska 

Matane 

Bagot 

Soulanges 

Shefford 

Portneuf 

L6vis 

Napierville 

Two M ountains . 

Charlevoix 

Lotbini^re 

Champlain 

Beauharnois 

Portneuf 

Soulanges 

Saguenay 

Hull 

Labelle 

Beauce 

Bagot 

Labelle 

Matane 

Chicoutimi 

Verch^res 

Vaudreuil 

Verchferes 

Pontiac 

Nicolet 

Wright 

Shefford 

Arthabaska 

Compton 

Wolfe 

Shefford 

Wolfe.... _ 

St. Maurice 



3,050 
1.445 

1,658 
640 
850 

536 
862 

864 

529 
595 
506 
449 

1,492 
1,311 

610 
791 
960 
528 
408 

1,693 
537 

1.135 
840 
665 
229 
667 
450 

. 336 

1,314 
470 

, 428 
538 
351 
782 
499 
962 
840 
802 
456 
835 
840 
330 
271 
185 
961 
968 
805 
331 
476 
948 



2,056 

1,440 

1,416 

514 



519 



1,224 



695 
637 
768 
467 
510 
1,653 

1,021 
757 
512 



611 
601 
746 



820 
444 



850 
330 



928 

1,054 

836 

363 

965 



1,176 
1,117 

^2 



578 
296 
762 



405 

339 

1,272 



865 



511 
525 
671 



775 

385 



502 



790 
576 
640 
351 

1,100 



TABLE S. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 



and 



Electoral Districta 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



QUEBEC 

Argenteuil 

Arundel '. . . 

Chatham 

Core '. . 

Grenville 

Harrington 

Montcalm 

Lac des Seize lies 

Howard 

Mille Isles 

Morin 

St. Andrews 

St. Jerusalem 

Wentworth 

Lachute town 

Villages 

Calumet 

Carillon 

Grenville 

Bagot 

St. Andr6 d'Acton 

Ste. Christine 

St. Dominique 

St. Ephrem d' Upton 

Ste. H61ene 

St. Hughes de Ramsay 

St. Liboire 

St. Nazaire d Acton 

St. Pie 

Ste. Rosalie 

St. Simon de Ramsay 

. St. Theodore d'Acton 

Acton Vale town 

Villages 

St. Dominique 

St. Hugues 

St. Liboire 

St. Pie 

Upton 

Jteauce 

Aubert Gallion (St. Georges) 

Courcelles (Ste. Martine de Courcelles) 

Ditchfield and Spalding 

Gayhurst S.E. (St. L6ger) 

Gayhurst (St. Samuel) 

L'Enfant Jfeus 

Saints-Anges 

St. Benoit-Labre 

St. C6me de K^nfibec 

St. Elzfear 

St. Ephrem de Tring 

St. Evariste de Forsyth 

iSt. Franpois 

.St. Frfedferic 

St. G^dfeon de Marlow 

St. Hilaire de Dorset 

St. Honbrfi 

.St. Hubert de Spalding 

-St. Joseph 

St. Jules 

Ste. Marie 

St. Martin 

St. Maximo de Scott 

Ste. M6thode d'Adstock 



1, 



S,361,199 

17,165 

1,434 

3,914 
304 

1,624 
600 
214 
185 
450 
301 
593 
,585 
850 
953 

2,592 

682 
183 
701 

18,035 

893 

737 

975 

941 

1,185 

1,131 

980 

1,106 

1,641 

1,262 

1,249 

1,110 

1,549 

428 
511 
595 
960 
782 



,841 

,576 
125 
957 

,565 

,251 
294 
034 
494 
141 
128 
252 
059 
264 
189 

,364 
339 
114 
692 
560 
591 
170 
813 
790 
425 



2,005,776 

16,766 

1,479' 

3,576 

377 

1,808 

538 

401 

513 
399 
498 

1,482 
862 
855 

2,407 



188 
1,383 

18,206 

826 
715 
1,560 
987 
1,339 
1,214 
1,733 
1,032 
1,740 
1,138 
1,362 
1,174 
1,402 



470 

768 
746 

51,399 

2,692 
1,085 

859 
1,569 
1,351 
1,031 

965 
1,286 
1,747 
1,175 
2,335 
1,890 
3,261 
1,710 

984 

268 
2,032 

542 
1,832 

2,555 
1;426 
1,101 
1,437 



1,648,898 

16,407 

1,323 

3,327 

447 

2,404 

1,097 

551 

451 

484 

1,540 

969 

1,064 

2,022 



233 
495 

18,181 

827 
627 
1,552 
1,035 
1,263 
1,799 
1,739 
957 
2,583 
1,115 
1,385 
1,453 
1,175 



671 

43,129 

3,287 

1,017 

377 

1,366 

954 
1,005 
1,339 
1,235 
2,444 
2,030 
4,535 
1,812 



1,844 

2,180 

2,539 
959 
756 



355,423 

399 

-45 

338 

-73 

-184 

621 

-187 J 

-63 

-98 

95 

103 

-12 

98 

185 



-5 
-682 

-171 

07 

22 

-585 

-46 

-154 

-S3 

-753 

74 

-99 

124 

-113 

-64 

147 



41 

192 
36 

3,442 

884 

40 

98 

-4 

-100 

263 

69 

208 

-606 

-47 

-83 

169 

3 

-521 

380 

71 

82 

150 

-272 

-1,385 

387 

-311 

-12 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 191.4, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 



Beauce — CoDoluded 

St. Pierre dc Broughton. 
St. S6bastien d'Aylmer. . 

St. S6verin 

St. Th6ophilo 

St. Victor de Tring 

St. Vital de Lambton 

Sacrfe Coeur de J6sus 

Woburn and Louise 

Other parts 

Towns 

Beauceville 

M6gantio (part) 

Villages 

Lambton 

Liniere 

Sacrfe Coeur de J6sus. . 

St. Ephrem 

St. Georges Est 

St. Joseph 

Ste. Marie . 

Tring Junction 



Beauharnois 

Ste. Cdcile 

St. C16mont 

St. Etienne 

St. Louis de Gonzague 

St. Stanislas de Kostka 

St. Timoth6e 

Valley field (Salaberry de) city. 
Towns 

Beauharnois 

Maple Grove 

Villages 

Nouveau Salaberry 

Lac St. Louis 

Ste. C6cile 

St. Timoth6e 



Bellechasse 

Beaumont (St. Etienne) 

Honfleur : 

La Durantaye 

Notre Dame dc Buckland 

Rioux, Bellechasse and Daaquam (St. 

Magloire) 

St. Cajetan d'Armagh 

St. Camille 

St. Charles Borromfee.'. 

St. Damien de Buckland 

St. Gervais 

St. Lazarc 

St. Michel 

St. N6r6e 

St. Philemon 

St. Raphael 

Ste. Sabine 

St. Valier 

St. Charles village 



Population 



1921 



Berthier 

Berthier 

lie Dupas (Visitation). 

Lanoraie 

Lavaltrie 



742 
1,152 

631 

853 
2,178 
1,421 
1,602 

619 



1,448 
531 

576 

610 
1,709 

417 
1,058 
1,445 
1,311 

351 

19,888 

618 

608 

724 

1,839 

1,018 

1,220 

9,215 

2,250 
286 

606 
597 
457 
450 

21,190 

736 
338 
590 
987 

1,528 
2,229 
1,779 
1,022 
1,442 
1,736 
1,153 
1,296 

998 
1,238 
1,816 

380 
1,217 

705 

19,817 

1,472 
401 

1,440 
949 



1911 



835 
1,042 

647 

579 
2,561 
1,933 
1,720 

500 



1,677 
417 



509 
1,410 
1,440 



20,802 

1,574 
1,516 

760 
1,918 

990 
2,580 
9,449 

2,015 



1901 



21,141 

746 



1,119 

1,257 
2,194 
1,383 
1,776 
1,446 
2,017 
1,360 
1,454 
1,192 
1,216 
2,118 
585 
1,278 



19,872 

1,814 
429 

1,651 
969 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



853 

1,204 

706 

526 

2,471 

2,075 

1,946 

352 

544 



288 

380 
1,117 



21,732 

1,370 
1,549 
873 
2,039 
1,076 
1,794 
11,055 

1,976 



18,706 

716 



1,069 

1,367 
1,741 

2,085 
1,174 
1,936 
1,287 
1,722 
1,183 
968 
2,066 

1,392 



19,980 

1,863 
448 

1,706 
998 



1921 
over 
1911 



-93 

llO 

-16 

274 

-383 

-512 

-118 

119 



-229 
114 



713 

-92 

-352 

5 



-914 

-956 

-908 

-36 

-79 

28 

-1,360 

-234 



235 



49 

-10 



-132 

271 

35 

396 

-754 

-4 

-281 

-207 

-158 

-194 

22 

-302 

-205 

-61 



-55 

-342 
-28 

-211 
-20 



1911 
over 
1901 



-18 

-162 

-59 

53 

90 

-142 

-226 

148 



129 

129 
323 



-9S0 

204 

-33 

-113 

-121 

-86 

786 

-1,606 



39 



2,435 

30 



50 

-110 
453 

-309 

272 

81 

73 

-268 

9 

248 

52 

-114 



-108 

-49 
-19 
-55 
-29 



10 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Berthier — Concluded 

St. Barth616my 

St. Charles de Mandeville (part) 

St. Cuthbert 

St. Damien de Brandon 

St. Gabriel de Brandon 

St. Ignace de Loyola 

St. Michel dcs Saints 

St. Nobert 

St. Viateur 

St. Zfenon 

Berthier town 

St. Gabriel de Brandon village 

Bonaventure 

Carleton 

Escuininac 

Gascons E 

Gascons W 

Hamilton 

Hope 

Mann 

Maria 

Matapfedia 

Musseleyville 

New Carlisle E.and W 

. New Richmond 

Paspfebiac 

Port Daniel East 

Port Daniel West 

Restigouche South and East 

Restigouche North and West 

St. Charles de Caplan 

St. Godef roy parish 

St. Jean I'Evangfeliste 

St. Laurent de Matapfedia (Niguasha) 

St. Omer 

St. Simeon 

Other parts 

Indian Reserves 

Brome 

Bolton E 

Bolton W 

Brome 

Famham E 

Pottbn 

St. Alphonse de Granby (part) 

Sutton 

Villages — 

Eastman 

Famham East 

Foster 

Knowlton 

Sutton 

Chambly-YerchSres 

Chambly 

Boucherville 

Charnbly (St. Joseph) 

St. Antoine de Longueuil 

St. Basile le Grand 

St. Bruno 

St. Hubert 

Longueuil city 

^ Included with townships. 



2,382 

480 

2,185 

1,043 

1,170 

1,029 

1,240 

1,048 

251 

867 

2,193 

1,667 



,092 

,214 
528 
572 
581 

,780 
170 
555 

,946 

,923 
630 

,273 
711 
110 
818 
985 
3571 
489J 
646 
409 
780 
839 
612 
942 



1,222 

13,471 

1,232 
746 
2,347 
1,699 
1,971 
90 
2,365 

704 
198 
355 
841 
923 

34,643 

21,924 
1,050 
1,054 
2,472 
641 
927 
2,225 
4,682 



2,591 

2,461 
1,274 
1,960 
1,054 
928 
1,210 

594 
1,335 
1,602 

28,110 

709 

613 

540 

3,667 

2,101 

993 

2,342 

1,575 

481 

1,104 

2,789 

1,994 

720 

891, 

713 

1,756 
548 

2,226 
865 
685 

171 
727 

13,216 

1,456 
774 
2,600 
1,808 
1,941 

2,179 

607 



865 
986 

28,715 

16,711 

969 

1,005 

1,270 

,700 

855 

952 

3,972 



2,562 

3,055 
1,194 
2,154 
935 
700 
1,292 

510 
1,364 
1,199 

24,495 

1,061 



2,862 
2,411 
931 
2,460 
1,799 

1,027 
2,318 
1,759 

2,509 

922 
1,990 

2,446 



CM 

13,397 

1,509 
770 
2,755 
1,882 
1,978 

. 2,422 

630 



760 
691 

24,318 

12,779 
976 
929 

1,406 
690 
872 
963 

2,835 



-209 

-276 
-231 
-790 
-25 
312 
-162 

273 

858 

65 

982 

505 

-41 
41 

-887 

-931 

-438 

-396 

348 

149 

169 

-78 

116 

981 

94J 

1.33 

-no 

861 

-446 

-26 

-73 



495 

255 

-224 
-28 
-253 

-109 
30 

186 

97 



-24 
-63 

5,928 

5,21S 

81 

49 

1,202 

-59 

72 

1,273 

710 



11 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



19U 



1901 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Chambly-Verchires— Concluded 

Chambly — Concluded 
Towns- 
Greenfield Park 

Montreal South 

St. Lambert 

Villages — 

Boucherville 

Chambly Basin 

Chambly Canton 

Verchires 

Beloeil 

Contrecoeur 

St. Antoine 

Ste. Julie 

St. Marc 

Ste. Thfiodosie 

Varennes 

Verchferes 

Beloeil town 

. Villages — ' 

Contrecoeur 

McMasterville 

Varennes 

Verchferes 

Ctaamplaln 

Champlain (La Visitation) 

N. D. de la PiSsentation d'Armaville Par, 

Notre-Dame du Mont Carmel 

St. Adelphe 

Ste. Anne de la Parade 

St. Francois Xavier de Batiscan 

Ste. Genevifeve de Batiscan 

St. Jacques des Piles 

St. Jean des Piles 

St. Joseph de M^kina 

St. Lduis de France . % 

St. Luc 

Ste. Marthe du Cap-de-la-Madeleine 

St. Maurice 

St. Narcisse 

St. Prosper 

St. Roch de Mfekinac 

St. Sfevefin 

St. Stanislas 

Ste. Thecle 

St. Thfiophile 

St. Timoth^e 

St. Tite 

Other parts 

Indian Reserve 

Grand'Mere city 

Towns — 

Cap-de-lar-Madeleine 

St. Tite 

Villages — 

Almaville 

Champlain 

Deux Riviferes 

Fermont 

La Pferade 

St. Georges 

Ste. Thfecle 

41254—3 



1,112 
1,030 
3,890 

934 

1,068 

839 

12,719 
880 
994 

1,272 

1,489 
918 
500 

1,394 
946 

1,418 

659 
612 
802 
835 

48,009 

819 

685 

768 

1,498 

1,561 

1,397 

1,725 

548 

649 

240 

608 

749 

660 

1,639 

2,069 

1,187 

329 

1,290 

1,386 

1,705 

1,266 

1,032 

1,611 

1,334 

240 

7,631 

6,738 
1,783 

1,174 
698 
642 
30 
745 
916 
667 



790 
3,344 

1,097 
900 

857 

is.m 

660 
1,064 
1,403 
1,360 
956 
534 
1,385 
1,697 
1,501 

624 

820 



39,834 

1,600 

1,757 
1,437 
2,513 
1,280 
1,847 
682 
.764 

587 

718 
2,101 
1,828 
2,233 
1,316 

316 
1,363 
2,303 
2,492 
1,348 

921 
1,608 
2,589 

4,783 



1,438 



1,362 

940 
849 
957 

11,SS9 
1,661 
1,611 
1,485 
1,354 
968 
532 
1,464 
1,689 



775 



32,015 

1,539 

1,722 

750 

2,550 

1,173 

1,814 

626 

554 



660 
1,464 
2,210 
2,015 
1,334 

1,183 
2,294 
1,658 
1,321 

3,314 
1,323 

2,511 



240 
546 

-163 

168 

-18 

715 

220 

-70 

-131 

129 

-38 

-34 

9 

-751 

-83 

25 

-18 



8,185 
-781 

-989 
61 
-952 
117 
-122 
-134 
—115 

21 

31 

-1,441 

-189 

-174 

-129 

13 

-73 

-917 

-787 

-82 

HI 

3 

-1,255 

2,848 



345 



1,982 

157 

51 

-100 

i65 

-1,001 

-547 

-82 

6 

-12 

2 

-79 



45 



7,809 

61 

35 

687 

-37 

107 

33 

56 

210 



58 

637 

-382 

218 

-18 

180 

9 

834 

27 

-1,706 
1,266 

2,272 



12 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, arid 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Klectoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) or 
' Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


QUEBEC— Continued 
Charlevoix-Montmorency 


28,874 

20, 708 
2,220 
1,114 
1,950 
2,382 

982 
1,372 
1,067 

854 
1,052 

667 
1,062 
2,291 

444 

1,883 

703 

665 

8,166 
1,857 

962 
1,348 

940 
1,411 
1,648 

26,731 

13,557 

385 

1,032 

1,358 

841 

1,748 

1,483 

980 

1,014 

1,357 

881 
540 

457 
832 
649 

13,174 

723 

693 

949 

1,603 

701 

1,589 

1,647 

1,737 

596 

1,190 

345 
1,401 


27,972 

20,637 
2,305 

980 
2,138 
3,034 
1,083 
1,412 
1,018 

991 
1,290 

723 
1,228 
1,857 

1,449 
617 
512 

7,335 
1,773 
2,381 
1,136 
853 
1,192 

26,562 

13,322 
. 473 
808 
1,332 
2,145 
1,785 
1,489 
1,020 
1,021 
1,867 

782 
600 

13,240 
1,891 

714 
1,009 
1,623 

825 
1,429 
1,740 
1,904 

527 

313 
1,265 


25,813 

19,334 
2,519 
1,055 
2,369 
2,673 
855 
1,588 
1,150 
1,035 
, 1,059 
1,039 
1,221 
1,408 

826 
537 

6,479 
1,595 
1,939 
1,052 
853 
1,040 

27,662 

13,583 
525 
851 
2,207 
1,545 
1,797 
1,626 
1,080 
1,222 
1,889 

841 

13,979 
1,610 

795 
1,152 
1,735 

925 
1,658 
2,018 
2,093 

533 

338 
1,122 


902 

71 

-85 

134 

—188 

-652 

-101 

-40 

49 

-137 

-238 

-56 

-166 

434 

434 

86 

153' 

831 
•84 
-1,419 
212 
87 
219 

169 

235 

-88 

224 

26 

-1,304 

-37 

-6 

-40 

-7 

-510 

50 
49 

—66 

-1,168 

-21 

-60 

-20 

-124 

160 

- 93 

-167 

69 

32 
136 


2,169 


Charlevoix . 


1,303 


Baie St. Paul 

Ile-aux-Coudres 


-214 
-75 




-231 




361 




228 




-176 


^ St. Fidele 


-132 


St. Hilarion 


-44 


St. Ir6n6e; 


231 




-316 


■ St. Urbain ....'.... 


7 




449 


Villages — 






623 


Pointe-au-Pic 


80 


'' St. Simeon 




Montmorency 


858 


Chateau Richer 


178 




442 


' ■ St. F^rfeol 


84 







St. Tite des Caps 


152 






ChEteauguay-Huntingdon 


-1,000 


' Chdteauguay 

St. Antoine Abb6 ' 


—281 
. -52 


Ste. Clotilde ■. .'. 


-43 


St. Jean Chrysost6me .. 


-875 


St. Joachim 


600 


St. Malachie d'Ormstown. 

Ste. Martine 


-12 
-137 


Ste. Philoinene 


-60 
-201 


Trfes Saint-Sacrement ! . . . . 


-22 


Towns— 




De L6ry 


_ 


Villages— 






-59 






Huntingdon 


-739 




281 


Elgin.. 


-81 




-143 




-112 




-100 


Hemming! ord 


-229 
-278 




-189 


Ste. Barbe 


-6 


■ Indian Reserves ; 




Villages- 


-25 




143 







13 



"^^^^ A^" P°P"lati°n ^y Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and' 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Com. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 



Chlcoutimi-Saguenay 

Chicoutimi 

Albanel 

Anse St. Jean parish ' 

Bagotville parish (St. Alphonse). . .' 

Chicoutimi parish 

Gerard canton 

Hfebertville parish 

Jonquiere (St. Dominique) 

K6nogami (St. Cyriac) 

L'Ascehsion parish 

Normandin (St. Cyrille parish) 

Notre- Dame de la Dor^e parish 

Notre-Dame de Laterriere 

• P^ribonka (St. Edouard) 

Petit Saguenay (Dumas) 

Pointe de la Savane municipality 

Roberval parish (Charlevoix, Roberval, 

Ouiatchouan cantons) 

St. Arribroise parish '. 

St. Alexis de la Grande Baupr. Boileau (Ferland 

canton) ,. 

St. Am^d^e de Pferibonka and Ste. Jeanne d'Arc 

St. AndrS parish 

Ste. Anne parish (Tremblay canton) 

St. Bruno parish (K^nogami part); 

St. Charles Borrom§e (Bourget) 

St. Charles Borrom^e (Kfenogami part) 

St. Coeur de Marie (Delisle) 

Ste. Croix (Caron canton) 

Ste. Edwidge parish (Dalmas canton) 

St. F61icien parish 

St. rsiix d'Otis (Monmigny) 

St. Franpois de Sales 

St. Fulgence parish 

St. G6d6on parish 

St. Henri de Taillon parish 

St. Honors parish 

St. Joseph d'Alma parish 

St. J6rorao parish (Caron and Metabetchouan 

cantons part) 

St. Louis Metabetchouan 

St. Louis Nazaire (Canton Tach6) 

St. M^thode 

St. Michel do Mistassini parish 

St. Prime parish 

St. Thomas d'Aquin parish 

Towns — 

Bagotville * 

Chicoutimi...^ 

Jonquifere 

K6nogami 

Port Alfred ,....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'. 

Roberval ' 

Villages — 

Grande Baie 

Hfebertville 

H6bertville station 

Riviere du Moulin 

St. Coeur de Marie (Delisle) 

St. Ambroise 

Ste. Anne 

St. Bruno 

St. Ffelicien 

St. G6d6on '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'... 

41254-3J 



Population 



1921 



90,609 

73,117 

1,276 

716 

749 

1,922 

494 

1,371 

1,213 

787 

702 

2,416 

972 

1,188 

583 

559 

249 

1,077 
946 



492 

1,528 

964 

491 

152 

1,107 

884 

491 

1,580 

200 

■ 816 

1,199 

731 

798 

1,054 

1,102 

1,153 
1,424 
781 
1,174 
1,034 
1,744 
1,256 

2,204 
8,937 
4,851 
2,557 
1,213 
2,068 

1,735 
719 
739 
738 
419 
323 
838 
. 346 

1,306 
550 



1911 



65,888 

50,486 

778 
1,079 

680 
2,321 

132 
1,688 
1,078 

577 

1,528 
607 
936 
462 



1,170 
606 

598 
401 
484 

1,414 
932 
481 
143 

1,445 

331 

1,346 

355 

767 

941 

1,309 

626 

434 

1,512 

1,467 
1,608 
475 
663 
763 
1,515 
775 

1,011 
5,880 
2,354 



1,737 

1,355 
655 

737 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



657 
373 
581 



48,391 

se, 131 

335 
1,526 

652 
1,970 

2,023 

1,630 

642 

930 

895 



1,345 



1,628 



584 

1,025 

634 

880 



1,386 

646 

981 

1,155 

303 

1,305 

1,579 
1,640 
186 
437 
916 
1,230 
536 

507 
3,826 



1,248 
537 

516 



1921 
over 
1911 



24,721 

22,631 

498 

-363 

69 

-399 

362 

-317 

135 

210 



365 
252 
121 



-93 
339 



100 



114 

32 

10 

9 

-338 

160 

234 

-155 

49 

258 

-578 

172 

.620 

-410 

-.314 
-184 
306 
511 
271 
229 
481 

1,193 
3,057 
2,497 



331 

380 

64 

2 



181 

-27 
725 

- 



1911 
over 
1901 



17,697 

U, SBB 

443 

-447 

28 

351 

-335 
-552 
- 65 

598: 

41 



-175 



-1,030 



830 

-93 

-153 

565 



-40 

121 
-40 
154 
323 

-207 

-112 
-32 
289 
226 

-153 
285 
239 

504 
2,054. 



489 
118 

141 



14 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Chlcoutlml-Saguenay— Continued 

St. J6r6me 

St. Joseph d'Alma 

Val Jalbert 



Saguenay 

(West o! Beraimis River) 

Bergeronnes 

Bersimis 

/ Escoumains 

Ste. Anne de Portneuf 

St. Firmin and Saguenay canton 

St. Paul des Mille Vaches 

Sacr6 Coeur de J§sus and Labrosse canton. 

Tadoussac parish 

Indian Reserves 

Tadoussac village 



(East of Bersimis River) 

Aquanish 

Baie au Saumon 

Baie de la Tabatifere 

Baie de la Trinitfe 

Baie des Homards 

Baie des Moutons 

Baie des Roches 

Baiedu Ha! Ha! ■. . 

Baie Middle 

Baie Rouge 

Baie Wolfe 

Belles Amours 

Beth Chain 

Blanc Sablon 

Bonne Esp6rance 

Bras d'Or 

Canton Arnaud 

Canton Babel 

Canton Blufs 

Canton Estamanu 

Canton Franquelin 

Canton Grenier 

Canton Kegashka 

Canton Le Neut 

Canton Musquaro 

Canton Natashkwan 

Canton Sacr6 Coeur de J6sus. 

Canton Romaine 

Canton Washicoutai 

Cap Rouge. 

Cawi 

Chaloupe 

Coxipi 

Duck 

Five Leagues 

Godbout 

Harrington 

lie Beets 

lie au Marteau 

lie aux Oeuts 

He du Vieux Fort 

He Greenly 

He Michon 

He Perroquet ■ • ■ • 

He Plate 

Kekapani 

Lac Salle 



Population 



1921 



5: 



923 
850 
840 

705 
,903 
822 



359 
248 
1,172 
946 
176 
655 
470 

8,351 

158 

114 

27 

25 

2 

185 

9 

7 

10 

48 

18 

12 

3 

12 

41 

49 

584 

202 

13 

■ 8 

227 

24 

36 

46 

12 

263 

226 

56 

8 

25 

3 

31 

7 

37 

29 

168 

236 

85 

11 

6 

123 

6 

60 

■2 

4 

6 

16 



1911 



719 



S,8S5 
6,597 
797 
298 
949 
614 
285 
627 
810 
183 
423 
611 

6,797 



1901 



498 



2,662 
654 

490 

247 



259 
501 
511 

5,148 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



204 



1,7S0 

306 

25 

-229 

37 

-255 

-37 

545 

136 

-7 

232 

-141 

1,554 



1911 
over 
1901 



221 



4,70S 

2,935 

143 

459 
367 



-76 

-78 

100 

1,649 



15 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 
Chicoutlml-Saguenay— Concluded 

Saguenay — Concluded 

Longue Pointe 

Longue Pointe du Blanc Sablon 

Magpie 

Manikougan 

Mingan 

Old Post 

Papinachois 

Pentec6te ; , 

Petit Mai 

Petites lies 

Pigou 

Pointe aux Anglais 

Pointe aux Esquimaux 

Pointe aux Outardes 

Pointe Caribou 

Pointe des Monts *. . 

Pointe du Maurier 

Pointe Le Bel Moulin 

Pointe Manitou 

Pointe Watsi 

Riviere aux Graines 

Riviere au Tonnerre 

Riviferes aux Vases 

Rivifere Corneille 

Rivifere St. Jean 

St. Augustin 

Sept lies (St. Joseph de) 

■ Sheldrake 

Shekatica 

Shippctagan 

T6te h la Baleine 

Watshihu 

Other parts 

Indian Reserves 



Anticosti Island. 



Ungava 

Chimo 

Fort George 

Great Whale River 

Hope's Advance Bay . . . . 

Noaskwaskaw 

North West River Arm . 

Port Burwell " 

Rigolet, Hamilton Inlet. 

Wakenham Bay 

Wolstenholm 

Other parts 



Compton 

Aukland (St. Malo) '. . . 

Aukland (St. Isidore) 

Bury 

Chesham 

Clifton East 

Clifton West 

Clinton 

Compton 

Eaton 

Emberton 

Hampden 

Hereford (St. Hermfen^gilde) . 
La Patrie (Ditton) 



Population 



1921 



287 

131 

254 

28 

9 

25 

65 

298 

14 

15 

14 

98 

885 

130 

76 

12 

5 

4 

13 

12 

103 

.465 

14 

2 

294 

70 

641 

129 

50 

22 

171 

9 

726 

451 

', 787 . 

710 

.588 

611 

10 

140 

317 

155 

217 

8 

31 



1911 



3,2 



,385 
7211 
724/ 

,733 

,011 
583\ 
438/ 
59 

,987 

,728 
829 
333 

,199 

,356 I 



1901 



6,170 
627 

461 

S,S47 



2,547(1) 

39,630 

1,248 

1,668 
897 

919 

2,038 
1,765 
868 
373 
1,779 
1,288 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



,520 
628 

442 



3,908(1) 
36,460 

891 

1,560 
. 770 

1,481 

1,983 
1,796 
799 
390 
1,864 
1,079 



1911 
over 
1901 



-10 



2,655 

197 

65 
114 

102 

-51 
-37 
-39 
-40 
-580 



1,650 
-1 

19 

-i,sei 



3,170 

357 

108 
127 

-562 

55 
-31 

69 
-17 
-85 
209 



(') Not given by localities in 1901 and 1911. 



16 

TABLE S. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease {— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Compton— Concluded 

Lingwick 

Marston and Piapolis 

Newport 

St. Alphonse 

St. Edwidge (de Clifton) 

St. L6on de Marston 

St. Venant de Hereford 

Westbury 

Whitton ■. 

Whitton North (Ste. Cfecile) 

Winslow North and St. Remain. 

Winslow South 

Towns — 

Cookshire 

East Angus 

Megantic (part) 

Scotstown 

Ascot (part) 

Villages — 

Compton 

Sawyerville 

Waterville 



Dorchester 

Honfleur (part) 

St. Anselme 

Ste. Aurfelie (Metgermette N. part) 

St. Benjamin 

St. Bernard 

Ste. Claire 

St. Cyprien 

St. Edouard de Frampton .' 

Ste. Germaine d'Etchemin 

Ste. Htofidine 

St. Isidore 

Ste. Justine 

St. Lfeon de Standon. ." 

St. Louis de Gonzague 

St. Luc .-... 

St. Malachie 

Ste. Marguerite : 

St. Nazaire ' 

St. Odilon de Cranboume 

St. Prosper (Watford West) 

Ste. Rose de Watford 

Ste. Sabine (part) 

St. Zacharie (Metgermette North), part . 
St. Anselme village 



Druminond and Arthabaska. . 

Drummond. 

Durham 

Durham S. (St. Fulgence) 

Grantham 

Kingsey 

JKingsey Falls 

Li'Avenir 

Notre-Dame du Bon Conseil. 
.St. Edmond de Grantham. . . 

;St. Eugene de Grantham 

:St. Germain de Grantham. . . 

;St. Lucien 

St. Majorique de Grantham . . 

"Wendover and Simpson 

. Wickham 



724 

1,040 

870 

882 
545 
543 
662 
985 
1,080 
776 
909 

950 

3,802 

2,609 

987 

248 

486 
518 
968 

28,954 

342 
1,415 

575 

981 
1,482 
1,945 

444 
1,980 
2,312 
1,129 
1,931 
1,666 
1,618 

496 

491 
1,525 
1,101 

484 
1,426 
2,022 
1,150 

281 
1,758 

400 

44,823 

19,97B 

362 

1,174 

1,581 

1,440 

947 

1,170 

1,268 

451 

1,135 

1,763 

571 

570 

1,408 

711 



839 
1,057 
997 
248 
948 
515 

2,708 

813 

1,066 

1,400 



2,399 
933 



382 

432 

1,054 

25,096 

2,080 

341 

712 

1,505 

1,899 

1,937 
2,126 
1,113 
1,774 
1,542 
1,530 
149 

1,442 
1,083 

452 
1,541 
1,528 

943 

1,399 



41,590 

17,149 
336 

1,294 
880 

1,331 
851 

1,189 

1,140 

1,120 

2,181 

438 

597 

1,498 

530 



791 
1,407 
1,092 

585 



1,976 
1,547 

1,510 



804 

1,883 
791 



457 
428 
576 

21,007 

2,049 

403 
1,436 

1,758 

1,935 
1,587 
1,075 
1,766 
959 
1,674 



1,372 
1,088 

1,300 
958 
581 

1,066 



38,999 

16, Oil 
454 
1,308 
1,017 
1,521 
866 
1,202 
1,196 

824 
2,573 



2,043 
468 



-115 

-17 

-127 



30 

-2,046 

172 

14 

-624 



-46 



210 
54 



104 

86 

-86 

3,858 

-665 

234 

269 

-23 

46 

43 
186 

16 
157 
124 

88 
347 

83 

18 

32 

-115 

494- 

207 

359 



3,233 

z,82e 

26 

-120 

701 

109 

96 

-19 

128 

15 

-418 

133 

-27 

-90 

181 



17 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Q UEBEC— Continued 

Drummond and Arthabaska— Concluded 
Drummoni — Concluded 

Wickham W 

Drummondville town 

Villages 

Durham S 

St. Cyrille 



Arthabaska 

Chfenier 

Chester E. (Ste. H61fene) 

Chester N. (St. Christophe). 

Chester W. (St. Paul) 

Maddington 

Princeville (Stanfold) 

St. Albert de Warwick 

Ste. Anne du Sault 

St. Christophe 

Ste. Clotilde de Horton 

Ste. Elizabeth de Warwick. . . 

St. Louis de Blandford 

St. Norbert 

St. R6mi de Tingwick 

St. Rosaire 

St. Valfere de Bulstrode 

Ste. Victoire 

Tingwick 

Warwick 

Towns 

Victoriaville 

Arthabaska 

Villages 

Chesterville 

Daveluyville 

Princeville 

Warwick 



Gasp£ 

GaspS (Mainland) 

Anse au Griffon 

Anse du Cap 

Cap Chat 

Cap des Hosiers (Grande Greve) 

Cap des Hosiers (St. Alban du) 

Cloridorme 

Douglas E 

Douglas W 

Fox River & Sydenham N 

Gaspfi Bay N. and Sydenham S 

Gasp6 Bay S 

. Grande Rivifere 

Grand Vall6e des Monts 

Malbaie No. 1 (St. Pierre) 

Malbaie No. 2 (St. Pierre) 

Mont-Louis (St. Maxime) 

Ste. Madeleine de la Riviere Madeleine, 

Newport 

Pabos 

Percfe 

Ste. Anne des Monts 

St. Joachim 

York 

Other parts. 

Villages 

Chandler 

Gaspfe 



Population 



1921 



1,416 
2,852 

390 
766 



,368 
899 
528 

,270 
383 

,274 
897 
703 
.696 

,667 
695 
503 
698 
861 
926 

,268 
947 
472 

,329 



,234 

257 
384 
869 
961 



40,375 

ss,us 



930 
,503 
,897 

252 

988 

953 
,203 

517 
,191 
,760 

659 
,059 

750 
,2411 
,270/ 
,218 

605 
,711 
,251 
,472 
,172 
,465 

661 



,756 
764 



1911 



1,328 
1,725 



711 

H,U1 

1,440 

1,087 

645 

1,407 

355 

1,272 

781 

762 

685 

1,398 

619 

■ 499 

683 

943 

933 

1,143 

1,241 

532 

1,293 

3,028 
1,458 

263 
294 
752 
928 

35,001 

S7,SS9 

886 

2,510 

1,469 

1,562 



1901 



1,163 
468 

2,038 

1,072 
703 

1,711 
570 

2,428 

581 
684 
1,547 
2,223 
1,768 
2,847 

523 



606 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1,119 
1,450 



S2,958 

1,189 

1,300 

511 

2,074 

1,520 



1,396 
861 

1,286 
429 
440 
746 
962 
879 

1,192 

1,073 
896 

1,318 



1 



693 
995 



742 
790 

30,683 

Se, 702 

792 

2,294 

1,416 

1,350 

1,098 

1,729 
855 
570 

1,564 
314 

1,993 

1,205 
1,357 
1,905 
1,868 
2,269 

417 
3,252 



454 



1921 
over 
1911 



1,127 



55 

407 

-72 

-188 

-117 

-137 

28 

2 

116 

-59 

11 

269 

76 

4 

15 

-82 

-7 

125 

-294 

-60 

36 

731 
-224 



90 

117 

33 

5,374 

5,909 

44 

-7 

428 

-574 

40 
49 
153 
688 
-44 
348 
180 

83 

657 

-79 

164 

28, 

-296 

-675 

138 



158 I 



1911 
over 
1901 



209 
275 



1,483 
251 

-213 
134 

-667 

-248 

115 

-634 

-176 

112 

190 

59 

-63 

-19 

54 

-49 

168 

-364 

-25 

1,335 
463 



10 
138 

4,318 

637 
94 

216 
53 

212 

65 

309 
217 
133 
147 
256 

435 



-521 
190 
318 

-100 

578 

106 



152 



18 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 




Population 


- 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


QUEBEC— Continued 
Gasp6— Concluded 


7,127 
1,099 
1,357 
1,672 

767 

•857 

1,375 

51,800 

24,805 
29,995 

73,526 

22,572 

29,517 

14,197 

7,240 

43,541 

167 
218 
428 
5921 
375 [ 
259 
141 
100 
OOO] 
1,917[ 
l,005j 
613 
277 
733\ 
461/ 
8441 
836 f 
889j 
281 
272 


7,662 

2,823 
999 

695 
1,801 
1,344 

51,937 

21,116 
30,821 

44,884 
10,453 
20,986 
13,445 

37,917 

220 
262 
428 

1,394 

159 
60 

3,626 

993 

272 

1,116 

3,562 

383 

248 

333 

18,222 

3,854 

1,751 
1,034 

56,855 

586 
221 
813 

1,075 
805 

2,228 

3,299 

6,129 
20,325 
11,688 

375 


S,981 
2,376 

709 
896 

53,673 

26,754 
26,919 

14,193 

1,279 
12,914 

33,851 

192 
162 
427 

1,701 

153 
118 

3,887 

1,617 

143 

1,208 

3,778 

330 

222 

389 

13,993 

2,936 

1,583 
1,012 

21,966 

682 
234 
341 

1,186 
800. 

2,341 

2,626 
1,737 
6,365 


sss 

-1,466 
673 

72 

-944 

31 

2,863 

3,689 
-826 

28,642 

12,119 

8,531 

752 

5,624 

-53 

-44 



-168 

-18 
40 

196 

-380 

5 

78 

-993 

-102 
24 
46 

5,895 
-19 

168 
-84 

32,442 

102 

52 

224 

-1 

-296 

-399 

2,220 

11,172 
7,179 
3,716 

203 


5,681 




- 




447 




- 


Grosse He, Wolfe Island, Grand Kntry, Byron 


_ 




1,092 




448 


Georges EtienneCartler (Montreal city part) .... 


-1,736 

-5,638 


Rt Tenuis Ward 


3,902 




30,691 




9,174 




8,072 




- 




- 


Hull 


4,066 




28 


Blake 


100 




1 








-307 


"Riiplcintrham S E. 


- 




6 


DiiHlpv 


r-58 


Hull East 




Hull South 


-261 


Hull West 






-624 


McGill 


129 


PnrtlnnH Kast • . 


-92 


Portlnnd West . 










-216 








53 




26 


Wells 


379 

24,117 

3,835 

284 
321 
1,919 
950 
428 

89,297 

688 

273 

1,037 

1,074 

509 

1,829 

5,519 

17,301 
27,504 
15,404 

172 
578 


-56 


TTuU ritv 


4,229 




918 


Villages 






- 




168 




22 




- 


JjirniiPR-Cartier 


34,889 




-96 


T,n Pr^sipntation T S Vieree 


-13 


Rtp Atiup du Bout de L'lle 


472 




-111 




5 




-113 


Ahuntsic Bordeaux Ward, part (Montreal city 


_ 


Notre Dame de Grfice Ward, part (Montreal 


3,503 


St. Gabriel Ward (Montreal city part) 


18,588 
5,323 


Towns 6 


_ 


Beaconsfield 


- 



19 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act.of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Jacques-Cartlcr— Concluded 
Towns — Concluded 

Dorval 

Hampstcad 

lie Dorval 

La Salle 

Montreal West 

Pointe Claire St. Joachim 

Roxboro 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue 

St. Laurent 

St. Pierre aux Liens 

Villages 

C6teSt.Luc 

Ste. Genevifeve 

Ste. Genevieve de Pierrelonds. . 

Saraguay 

Senneville 



Joliette 

French 

St. Alphonse 

St. Ambroise de Kildare. 

Ste. B6atrice 

St. Charles Borromfee 

St. C16ophas de Brandon. 

St. C6me 

Ste. Elizabeth 

Ste. Em^lie 

St. Ffelix de Valois 

St. Jean de Matha 

Ste. M^lanie 

St. Paul 

St. Thomas 

Joliette city 



Kamouraska 

Mont Carmel (Notrc-Dame du). 

Rivifere Quelle ! . 

St. Alexandre 

St. Andr6 and N.D. du Portage.. 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatifere ■. . . 

St. Bruno and Woodbridge 

St. Denis 

St. Eleuth6re (Pok6n6gamook) . . 

St. Germain 

Ste. H61ene 

St. Louis de Kamouraska 

St. On6sime 

St. Pacome 

St. Pascal 

St. Philippe de N6ri 

Villages 

Andrfeville 

St. Louis de Kamouraska 



tiabelle 

Addington 

Amherst 

Bouthillier 

Boycr 

Campbell East. 
Campbell West. 

Clyde 

Dicarie 

Gravel 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



1,466 

53 

59 

726 

1,882 

2,617 

23 

2,212 

3,232 

3,535 

377 
278 
405 
55 
489 



25,913 

16 

709 

1,459 

883 

883 

307 

963 

2,276 

1,151 

2,024 

1,800 

991- 

1,769 

1,569 

9,113 

22,014 

1,346 

1,405 

, 1,889 

93] 
2,885 
1,032 

793 
1,855 

488 
1,479 

574 

644 
2,559 
2,153 

879 

596 
5i06 

35,927 

183 

835 

563 

552 

850\ 

567/ 

602 

826 

763 



1,005 



703 
793 

1,416 
1,860 
2,201 

303 
612 



418 

23,911 

874 
1,501 
1,052 
1,043 
355 
954 
2,372 
.1,471 
1,907 
1,958 
1,118 
1,433 
1,527 
6,346 

20,888 
1,282 
1,608 
2,011 

961 
2,412 

937 

823 
1,200 

503 
1,370 

618 

707 
2,093 
2,357 

969 

428 
519 

30,115 

177 
708 
495 
412 

1,185 

641 

450 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



481 



352 
555 

1,343 

1,390 

505 



735 



293 

22,255 

930 
1,712 
1,022 
810 
395 
1,031 
2,696 
1,201 
2,130 
1,958 
1,110 
1,470 
1,670 
4,220 

19,099 

1,084 

1,608 

1,760 

1,316 

2,434 

711 

806 

746 

567 

1,286 

637 

583 

1,665 

2,352 



578 

22,291 

185 
605 

277 

379 
519 

200 



1921 
over 
1911 



461 



1,179 

1,824 

796 
1,372 
1,334 

74 
-334 



71 

2,002 

-165 

-42 

-169 

-160 

-48 



-320 
117 

-158 

-127 

336 

42 

2,767 

1,126 

64 

-203 

-122 

-30 

473 

95 

-30 

655 

-105 

109 

-44 

-63 

466 

-204 

-90 

168 
.-13 

5,812 

6 

127 

68 

140 

232 

-39 

313 



1911 
over 
1901 



524 



351 

238 



73 

470 

1,696 



-123 



125 

1,656 

-56 

-211 

30 

233 

-40 

-77 

-324 

270 

-223 



8 

-37 

-43 

2,126 

1,789 

198 



251 

-355 

-22 

226 

17 

454 

26 

84 

-19 

124 

428 

5 

3 



-59 

7,824 

-7 
103 
218 



806 
122 

250 



20 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


QUEBEC— Continued 

Labelle— Concluded 

Hartwell 


909 

475 

• 759 

17 

684 

705 

6 

2 
6651 
555 
4571 
834 
15 

1,601 
163 
504 
400 

1,572 

1,033 
621 
643 
384 
264 

1,582 

1,143 
/84 

2,102 
772 
281 

1,276 
487 
561 

611 
511 
641 
612 
977 
2,211 
700 
884 
446 
538 
499 

20,065 

12,071 

1,553 

1,411 

1,129 

907 

569 

1,264 

2,652 

2,158 

428 

7,994 
1,165 
1,070 
1,194 
1,436 
1,253 


1,011 
454 
650 
36 
463 
520 

5 

4 

1,821 

506 
12 

1,402 
120 
211 
460 

1,658 
967 
631 
547 
388 
214 

1,820 

807 

89 

2,428 
779 
347 

1,176 
369 
329 

505 

826 
622 
954 
752 
■ 548 
1,015 

601 

19,335 

11,623 
1,469 
1,395 
1,166 
1,090 

1,615 
2,500 
2,388 

7,712 
1,063 
1,079 
1,235 
1,370 
1,253 


1,460 

962 

370 

56 

307 

6 
27 

2,028 

494 

1,352 

138 

42 

522 

917 

634 
452 
144 
193 
1,827 
346 

2,938 
928 
389 

1,173 
205 
125 

795 

772 
525 

19,633 

11,057 
1,559 
1,525 
1,315 
1,390 

1,707 
2,110 
1,451 

8,578 
1,421 
1,105 
1,336 
1,410 
1,450 


-102 

21 

109 

-19 

221 

185 

-2 

-144 

328 

3 

199 

43 

293 

-60 

-86 

66 

-10 

96 

-4 

50 

-238 

336 

-5 

-326 

-7 

-66 

100 

118 

232 

106 

-185 

-10 

23 

1,459 

152 

-131 

-63 

730 

448 

84 

16 

-37 

-183 

-351 

152 

-230 

282 

102 

-9 

-41 

66 




-449 


Joly 


-508 




280 




-20 




156 








„ 




-1 




-23 








-207 








12 








50 




-18 




169 




-62 




741 








-3 




95 




244 




21 




-7 




461 








-510 




-149 




-42 




3 




164 




204 


Villages 

nb^n^villo 






_ 


Lnhellp 


_ 




« 




159 








_ 




243 




_ 


Thurso. 


76 


- Val-Barrette 


_ 


T^nralrip-N^aniervllle 


-298 




566 




-90 




-130 




-148 




-30( 




_ 




-9S 




39( 




937 








—86J, 




-35i 


St Edouard 


-2( 




-101 




— 4( 


St. R6mi 


-19: 



, 21 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cora. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Lapralrle-NapIcrvHIe— Concluded 

Namerville — Concluded 
Villages 

Napierville 

.St. R6mi 



L'Assomption-Montcalm. . 

U Assomption 

Lachenaie 

L'Assomption 

L'Epiphanie 

Repentigny 

St. G6rard-Magella 

St. Henri de Mascouche. 

St. Lin 

St. Paul I'Ermite 

St. Roch de I'Achigan.. . 

St. Sulpice 

Towns 

L'Assomption 

Laurentides 

Charlemagne village 



Montcalm , 

Lussier (St. Donat and Chilton). 

St. Alexis.! 

St. Calixte de Kilkenny. 

St. Emile (Wexford) 

St. Esprit 

St. Jacques 

Ste. Julienne 

St. Liguori 

Ste. Marie Salomfeo 

St. Patrice do Rawdon 

St. Theodore (Chertsey) 

Other parts 

Villages 

Rawdon 

St. Alexis 

St. Jacques 



Population 



1921 



I.Aurier-Outrcmont. 

Laurier Ward (Montreal city part) 

Notre-Damc de Grftce Ward, part (Mont.c.pt.) 

Outremont City 

Mount Royal town 

Laval-Two Mountains 

Laval 

Ste. Dorothfie 

St. Elzfiar ■ 

St. Francois de Sales 

St. Martin 

Ste. Rose 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Towns 

Laval-des- Rapides 

Laval sur le Lac 

Ste. Rose 

Abord-A-Plouffe village 

Two Mountains 

L'Annonciation 

St. Augustin 

St. Benoit 

St. Canut .- '... 

St. Colomban 

St. Eustache 



741 
1,135 

28,318 

U,ssi 

717 
881 

1M7 
673 
383 

1,926 

1,415 
762 

1,718 
610 

1,320 

1,150 

829 

IS, 987 

796 

873 

859 

241 

1,504 

1,714 

1,302 

1,112 

813 

654 

806 

416 

1,042 

523 

1,332 

72,047 

55,217 

3,421 

13,249 

160 

28,314 

14,005 

992 

871 

807 

1,515 

1,357 

3,571 

1.989 

81 

1,8U 

1,011 

U,S09 

1,617 

1,264 

872 

784 

297 

1,721 



1911 



691 
1,021 

28,506 

IS, 164 
752 
892 

1,697 
639 
414 

1,889 

1,585 
771 

2,200 
674 

1,747 

1,128 

776 

1S,S4S 

637 

1,329 

827 

365 

1,401 

2,753 

1,265 

1,190 

774 

1,557 

990 

254 



44,261 

37,000 
2,444 
4,820 

25,275 

11,407 

900 

920 

941 

2,968 

1,284 

2,914 



1,480 

IS, 868 

1,601 

1,215 

890 

665 

291 

1,703 



1901 



774 
1,080 

26,996 

13,995 

657 

1,148 

1,455 

611 

2,027 
1,664 
1,388 
1,841 
665 

1,605 
934 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



13,001 

977 

.1,153 

925 

464 

1,392 

2,580 

1,289 

1,242 

704 

1,117 

1,158 



13,237 

10,933 
1,156 
1,148 

24,686 

10,248 
881 

857 

3,180 

. 1,369 

2,807 



1,154 

14,438 
1,571 
1,292 
1,317 
651 
324 
1,685 



1921 
over 
1911 



50 
114 

-188 

—8SS 

-35 

-11 

250 

34 

-31 

37 

-170 

-9 

-482 

-64 

-427 
22 
53 

645 

159 

-456 

32 

-124 

103 

-1039 

37 

-78 

39 

-903 

-184 

162 



27,783 

18,217 

977 

8,429 

3,039 

.2,598 

92 

-49 

-134 

-1453 

73 

657 



331 

441 

16 

49 

-18 

119 

6 

18 



1911 
over 
1901 



-83 
-59 

1,510 

1,169 

95 

-256 

242 
28 

-138 

-79 

-617 

359 

9 

142 
194 

S41 

-340 

176 

-98 

-99 

9 

173 

-24 

—52 

70 

440 

-168 



31,027 

26,067 
1,288 
3,672 

589 

1,169 
19 

84 

-212 

-85 

107 



326 

-570 

30 

-77 

-427 

14 

-33 

18 



22 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Laval-Two Mountains— Concluded 
Two Mountains — Concluded 

St. Herraas 

St. Joseph du Lac 

Ste. Monique 

St. Placide 

Ste. Scholastique 

Indian Reserv'es 

Villages 

St. Benoit 

St. Eustache 

Ste. Scholastique 



L€vls 

Notre-Dame de Charny 

St. David de I'Aube-Rivifere. 

St. Etienne de Lauzon 

Ste. H616ne de Breakeyville. . 

St. Henri de Lauzon 

St. Jean Chrysost6me 

St. Joseph de L6vis 

St. Lambert de Lauzon 

St. Louis de Pintendre 

St. Nicholas 

St. Nicholas South 

St. Romuald d'Etchemin 

St. Tfelesphore 

L6vis city 

Lauzon town 

Villages 

Bienville 

St. Henri 

St. R6dempteur '. 



L'Islet 

Arago (St. Marcel) 

Ashtord (St. Damase) •. 

L'Islet 

St. Adalbert (Leverrier and Casgrain) , 

St. Aubcrt 

St. Cyrille... 

St. Eugfene ' 

St. Jean Port Joli 

Ste. Louise 

St. Pamphilc 

Ste. Perp6tue. . . .' 

St. Roch des Aulnaies. 

Tourville 

Bonsecours village 



LotbiniSre 

Desohailldns (St. Jean) 

Issoudum (Notre-Dame du Sacr§-Coeur) . 

St. AgapitAle-Beaurivage 

Ste. Agathe 

St. Antoine de Tilly 

St. Apollinaire 

Ste. Croix 

St. Edouard 

Ste. Em61ie 

St. Flavien de Ste. Croix 

St. Giles 

St. Jacques de Parisville 

St. Louis de Lotbinifere 

St. Narcisse de Beaurivage 

St. Octave de Dosquet 



Population 



1921 



965 
1,056 

737 

819 
1,374 

451 

414 

1,098 

840 

33,383 

2,265 
833 
683 

1,005 

1,615 

1,130 
252 

1,189 
942 
818 
655 

3; 825 

259 

10,470 

4,966 

1,462 
417 
537 

17,859 

535 

795 

1,681 

601 

1,236 

1,692 

1,292 

2,022 

1,046 

2,271 

1,970 

1,183 

766 

769 

31,837 

538 
799 
719 
704 

1,234 
988 

1,682 

1,654 
721 

1,149 
808 
809 

1,032 
883 
672 



1911 



1,034 

1,099 

913 

888 
1,471 



345 
996 
757 

28,913 

1,408 

738 
1,024 

731 
2,026 
1,007 

265 
1,308 

924 
1,543 

3,993 

261 

8,703 

3,978 

1,004 



16,435 

502 
1,022 
2,411 

1,324 
1,642 
1,359 
2,213 
1,120 
2,257 
1,295 
1,290 



22,158 

1,069 

780 

1,109 

996 

1,325 

1,755 

1,819 

1,506 

712 

1,841 

900 

697 

1,574 

875 



1901. 



1,126 

1,091 

940 

946 

1,551 



1,079 
865 

26,210 

718 
854 

2,180 

1,757 

401 

1,280 

1,627 

3,589 

295 

9,242 

3,416 

851 



14,439 

597 
2,454 

1,409 
1,656 
1,477 
2,261 
1,280 
1,307 
676 
1,322 



20,039 

1,047 

1,094 

894 

1,416 

1,462 

2,136 

1,358 

642 

1,712 

796 



1, 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-69 
-43 
-176 
-69 
-97 



69 

102 

83 

4,410 

857 

95 

-341 

274 

-411 

123 

-13 

-119 

18 

-725 

-168 

-2 

1,767 



• 458 



1,424 

33 
-227 
-730 



50 

-67 

-191 

-74 

14 

675 

-107 



-321 

-531 

19 

-390 

-292 

-91 

-767 

-137 

148 

9 

-692 

-92 

112 

-542 



23 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



QUEBEC— Continued 



tiOtblnlfere— Concluded 

' St. Patrice de Beaurivage 

Ste. Philom6ne de Fortierville . 

St. Sylvestre de Beaurivage 

' Villages 

Deschaillons 

Fortierville 

Francoeur 

Leclercville 

Lotbini^re; 

St. Agapit 

Ste. Agathe 

St. Flavian 

St. Sylvestre 



tfaisonneuve 

Pointe-aux-Trembles 

Rivifere des Prairies 

St. Jean de Dieu (Hospital) 

St. Leonard de Port Maurice • 

Laval de Montreal 

.\huntsio-Bordeaux ward, pt. (Montreal city pt.) 

Hochelaga ward (Montreal city part) 

Mercier-Maisonneuve ward (Montreal city part) 
Towns 

Montreal East 

Montreal North 

Pointe-aux-Trembles 

St. Leonard de Port Maurice 

St. Michel de Laval 



)Iaskinong£ 

Hunterstown 

Laviolette 

Louiseville (Riviere du Loup) 

Ste. Angfele. 

St. Alexis des Monts ■. . . 

St. Charles de Mandeville pt 

St. Didace 

St. Edouard de Maskinongfe 

St. Ignace du Lac (Masson canton). 

St. Joseph de Maskinongfe 

St. Justin 

St. L«on 

St. Paulin 

Ste. Ursule 

Other parts 

Louiseville town 



latane 

Causapscal (St. Jacques le Maj.) 

Dalibaire and Romieux (St. Edouard) . 

Notre-Dame de Mac Nider 

Price 

Romieux : 

St. Antoine de Padoue (Kempt) 

St. Benoit and Joseph Labre 

St. Damase 

St. Edmond des Machins 

Ste. F61icit6 , 

Ste. Florence de Beaurivage 

St. J6rome de Matane 

St. Lfiandre ." 

St. L6on le Grand 

St. Luc de Matane 

Ste. Marie de Sayabec 

St. Mo!so 



855 
1,054 

1,142 
485 
593. 
552 
491 
410 
250 
486 
229 

64,933 

47 

585 

3,371 

326 

539 

2,699 

11,035 

40,476 

1,776 

1,360 

1,764 

462 

493 

16,945 

571 

25 

1,310 

494 
1,713 

692 
1,050 

622 

653 
2,168 
1,393 
1,411 
1,584 
1,487 

1,772 

36,303 

3,094 

800 

1,703 

362 

848 
1,985 
1,190 

633 
1,935 

680 
1,558 

647 
1,902 
1,018 
1,423 
1,090 



950 
1,274 
1,285 

1,161 
530 



33,796 

560 

638 

2,494 

1,268 

1,935 

1,319 

24,415 



1,167 



16,509 

604 

1,305 

1,618 

734 

1,463 



2,043 
1,435 
1,593 
1,669 
2,075 
295 
1,675 

27,539 

2,022 

1,769 
1,095 

393 

496 
2,430 
1,019 

613 
1,868 

365 
1,551 

458 

627 

2,208 

731 



770 
1,116 
1,458 

1,213 



525 



12,402 

1,291 
677 

1,193 

1,576 

315 

7,350 



15,813 

553 

1,249 

1,496 

730 

1,499 



2,060 
1,619 
1,653 
1,244 
2,105 
40 
1,565 

18,521 

1,179 

1,908 
245 

2,632 
896 
557 

1,445 

1,528 



564 
965 
908 



-52 
-419 
-231 

-19 



22 



31,137 

-513 
-53 

877 
-942 

764 

9,716 

16,061 



597 



436 

-33 



95 

-42 

-413 



125 
-42 

-182 
-85 

-588 

97 

8,764 

1,634 



-31 

352' 

-445 

171 

20 

67 

315 

7 

189 

391 

-785 

359 



180 

158 

-173 

-52 
5 



21,391 

-731 
-39 

75 

359 

1,004 

17,065 



696 

51 

56 

122 

4 

-36 



-17 
-184 

-60 
425 

-30 
255 
110 

9,018 

281 

-139 

148 

-202 

123 

56 

423 

23 



63 
1,243 
-177 



24 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 


Population 


Increase (+) or 
Decrease (-) 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1921 
over 
1911 


1911 
over 
1901 


QUEBEC— Continued 

Ma tane— Concluded 

St Opfn.vp dp M^tis South 


1,111\ 
1,903/ 
1,029 
1,775 

251 
1,793 
1,416 
1,354 
3,050 
791 
962 

33,633 

1,160 

815\ 

563/ 

1,359 

1,595 

1,274 

1,440 

802 

349 

773 

1,186 

1 209 

1,064 

1,002 

884 

884 

1,062 

476 

7,886 

2,656 

386 
751 
182 
365 
596 
2,032 
882 

17,709 

2,190 

1,158 

522 

343 

1,038 

1,030 

648 

868 

532 

542 

867 

379 

1,669 
3,343 

277 
1,094 
295 
254 
390 
270 


1,550 

1,904 
1,221 

285 

1,070 

1,171 

2,056 

637 

31,314 

1,141 

1,480 

1,385 

1,439 

1,030 

1,420 

817 

413 

747 

1,352 

1,914 

941 

611 

830 

1,055 

923 

527 

7,261 

2,645 

628 
194 
399 

1,559 
603 

17,466 

2,194 
1,240 
768 
283 
937 
1,074 
908 
876 

619 
806 
658 

1,432 
3,560 

881 
296 
282 
347 
305 


2,499 

1,725 
294 

1,176 

23,878 

1,312 

1,595 

1,542 

1,227 

1,061 

1,435 

693 

431 

702 

1,464 

1,316 
877 
1,420 
1,035 
2,205 
721 
3,256 

1,586 

17,339 

2,246 

1,388 
907 
311 

1,039 
926 
999 

1,004 

641 
922 
802 

1,364 
3,114 

699 
277 
231 
214 
255 


1,464 

-875 
554 

-34 

346 
183 
994 
154 

2,319 

19 

-102 

-26 

158 

244 

20 

-15 

-64 

26 

-166 

-705 

123 

391 

54 

-171 

139 

-51 

625 

11 

123 
-12 
-,34 

473 
279 

243 

-4 

-82 

-246 

60 

101 

-44 

-260 

-8 

-77 

61 

-279 

237 
-217 

213 
-1 

-28 
43 

-35 


-^49 


St, Ortave de M^tis North 


St, Pierre du Lac ("Cedar Hill) 


_ 


St. Ulric 


-504 


Villages 

Petit M6tis 


-9 




- 




_ 




_ 


St J^rftme de Matane* 


■ 880 


St Moise 


- 


Val-Brillant 


- 




7,436 


Halifax N 


-171 


Halifax S 


1 1 f; 


Halifax S W 






-157 




212 


Ireland S 


-31 




-15 




124 




-18 




45 




- 




450 




- 




-705 




-47 




-365 




-112 


Thetford South 


-1,678 




6,540 




-611 


Villages 


_ 




- 




- 




- 




- 




-27 




- 


Missisaiioi 


127 




-52 




-148 




-139 




-28 




-102 


St Armand W 


14S 




-9: 




-12S 




- 


St Thomas 


-25 




-lU 




-144 


Bedford 


6S 




44( 


Villages 


_ 




18! 




1< 




5 




3, 


Sweetsburc 


5 



25 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 

* 



QUEBEC— Continued 



Montmagny 

Cap St. Ignace 

He aux Grucs 

L'Assomption de Berthier 

Montminy (St. Paul) 

Notre-Dame du Rosaire 

Rolette, Panet and Talon 

Ste. Appoline de Patton 

Ste. Euphfimie ; . . . 

St. Fabien-de-Panct 

. St. Franfois .' . . . 

St. Just-de-Bretonnifere 

Ste. Lucie de Beauregard 

St. Pierre de la Rivi4re-<lu-Sud . 

St. Thomas 

" Montmagny town 



Nlcolet. 



Bfecancour 

Gentilly 

Nicolet, St. Jean-Baptiste. 

Prficieux Sang 

Ste. Ang61e de Laval 

Ste. Brigitte des Saults 

Ste. C6cile de Lfevrard 

St. Cfelestin 

Ste. Eulalie 

Ste. Gertrude 

St. Gr6goire-le-Grand 

St. Joseph de Blandford 

St. Leonard d 'Aston 

Ste. Marie de Blandford, . . 

Ste. Monique 

Ste. Perpfetue.. ., 

St. Pierre les Bocquets 

St. Raphael d 'Aston 

St. Samuel de Horton 

Ste. Sophie de L6vrard 

St. Sylvferc 

St. Wenceslas 

Indian Reserves 

Nicolet town 

Villages 

Annaville (St. Cfilestin).. 

B6cancour 

Gentilly 

La Rochelle 

Laval 

St. Ltenard 

Villers 



'ontiac 

Aberdeen and Malakoff 

Aldfield 

Alleyn 

Alluraette Island 

Authier 

Baby East (Mont Carmel) . 

Barraute 

Bristol 

Brodeur 

Calumet Island 

Cawood 

Chazel 



Population 



1921 



21,997 

3,190 
646 
901 

1,462 
798 

766 
797 
1,039 
1,632 
1,254 
1,046 
1,297 
2,964 
4,145 

29,695 

1,095 

1,822 

1,077 

588 

759 

1,124 

769 

1,135 

1,092 

1,372 

774 

■1,115 

1,253 

1,095 

1,420 

1,232 

1,217 

617 

512 

.1,578 

1,073 

1,515 

13 

2,342 



239 
262 
423 
932 
391 
529 
330 

46,201 

179 

703 

. 237 

1,575 

, 317 

467 

512 

1,721 



1911 



1, 



271 
104 



17,356 

3,648 
681 
928 

1,460 
668 
574 

. 578 
723 

1,570 



1,220 
2,689 
2,617 

30,055 

1,167 
2,044 
1,108 
598 
687 
1,142 

1,380 
1,228 
1,474 
1,484 

829 
1,645 

781 
1,639 
1,282 
2,007 

574 
1,522 
1,118 
1,725 

2,593 

243 
311 
430 
391 
323 

330 

31,479 

765 

215 

1,709 

155 

1,957 

1,208 
108 



1901 



14,767 

3,519 

517 

1,080 

661 
1,612 



1,624 



1,127 
2,698 
1,919 

27,209 

1,992 
2,158 
1,318 

1,051 
907 

1,320 
1,133 
1,752 
1,706 

1,403 
476 

1,861 
939 

1,847 

490 
1,415 
1,036 
1,626 

2,225 

212 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



342 



28,127 

286 
817 
328 (1) 
1,761 



2,237 
1,339 



1921 
over 
1911 



4,641 

-458 

-35 

33 

2 

130 

188 
74 

62 



77 

275 

1,528 

-360 

-72 
-222 
-31 
-10 
72 
-18 



1911 
over 
1901 



2,599 

129 

164 

-152 

7 
-1,038 



-54 



93 
-9 



2,846 

-825 

-11 

-210 

-364 
236 



-245 


60 


-136 


95 


-102 


-278 


-710 


-222 


286 


_ 


-392 


242 


314 


305 


-219 


-222 


-50 


343 


-790 


. 160 


-62 


84 


58 


107 


-45 


82 


-210 


99 


-251 


368 


-4 


31 


-49 


_ 


-7 


_ 


541 


49 


68 


- 





- 


14,722 


3,352 


-62 


-5 


. 22 


-113 


-134 


-52 


312 


- 


-236 


-280 


63 


-131 


-4 


■ - 


— 


— 



(1) Includes Cawood . 



26 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Pontlac — Continued 

Chichester 

Church 

Clapham 

Clarendon 

Clermont 

Courville 

Dalquier 

Dorion 

Doucet 

^ Duhamel East 

Duhamel Quest 

Fabre 

Fiedmont 

Figuery 

Forget 

Gaboury 

Gendreau 

Gu6rin 

Harricanaw River 

Huddersfield 

Lamorandi^re 

Lamotte 

Landrienne 

Languedoo 

La Reine and Desmeloizes Est. . . 
La Reine and Desmeloizes Quest. 

Lasarre 

Latulipe 

Launay 

Laverlochfere (St. Isidore) 

Leslie 

Litchfield 

Mansfield 

Mazenod 

Monet 

N^delec 

N.-D. des Quinze 

Onslow North 

Onslow South 

PalmaroUe 

Pontefract. : 

Poularies 

Press 

Privat 

Royal Roussillon 

St. Bruno de Guigues 

St. Eugfene de Guigues 

St. Edouard de Fabre 

St. Placide 

Senneterre 

Sheen and Esher 

Shehyn 

Signal 

Thfirien : 

Thome 

Trfecesson 

Villemontel 

Waltham and Bryson 



Unorganized parts . 

Abitibi 

Wolf Lake 

Hunter's Point.. 
Longue Point . . . 



Population 



1921 



839 
143 
327 
244 

11 
297 
200 
387 

70 
160 
583 
128 

50 

928 

5 

50 
755 
506 

13 
119 

38 
343 
404 

21 
,244 
799 
,446 
233 
121 
675 
550 
,236 
809 

45 

67 
,002 
372 
584 
855 

44 
216 
275 

28 



1,426 
564 
784 
471 
731 
617 

77 
6 

32 
783 
451 
115 
450 

2,o59 
250 
151 
160 
136 



1911 



847 
2,421 

408 

911 
373 
653 



650 
352 



806 

1,030(1) 

1,382 

1,297 

15 

727 

744 

878 

48 



1,624 



1901 



698 
44 



833 

447 

S,4S6 

910 



717 
2,736 

1,566 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-177 



-21 



459 
-525 



105 
154 



943(1) 
1,814 
1,151 



825 
1.050 



591 

960 

368 
5,1S7 



1911 
over 
1901 



130 
-315 

-282 



-131 
-480 
-146 
-488 
30 

275 

-160 
-23 

168 



366 



-81 
33 



87 

-432 

146 



-81 
-172 



101 



-50 


-12" 


3 


7< 


—867 


—1,7 1 


-213 


- 



(1) Includes Clapham and Huddersfield. 



27 

rABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
■ the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Q UEBEC— Continued 

•ontlac— Concluded 
Unorganized parts — Concluded 

East Main 

Mistassini 

Nemiskau 

Ruperts House 

Waswanipi 

Other parts 



Indian Reserves. . . 
Villages 

Amos 

Bryson 

Campbell's Bay. 

Chapeau 

Fort Coulonge 

Macamic 

Portage du Fort. 

Quyon 

Sham'ille 

Ville-Marie 



Population 



1921 



ortneuf 

Bois (Riv. & Pierre) 

Cap Sant6 

Deschambault 

Crondines 

Notre-Dame des Anges 

Portneuf (Notre-Dame de) 

St. Alban 

St. Bazile , 

St. Casimir 

Ste. Catherine : 

Ste. Christine 

St. Gilbert 

Ste. Jeanne de Neuville 

St. L6onard 

St. Raymond 

.St. R6mi du Lac-au-Sable 

St. Thuribe 

St. Ubalde 

Weimont Stn 

Weiontaching 

Bausquest, Fitzpatrick, Flammand, LaCroche 
Towns 

Lac Sergent 

La Tuque 

Villages 

Grondines 

Mpntauban 

Notre-Dame des Anges 

Pont Rouge .' 

Portneuf 

St. Alban.. ; 

St. Casimir 

St. Casimir East 

St. Marc des Carriferes. . .- 

St. Raymond 

St. Ubald 



uebec County 

Ancienne Lorette 

Beauport 

L'Ange-Gardien 

Laval (Ste. Brigitte) 

Notre-Dame des Laurentides. 
St. Ambroiso 



255 
162 
152 
272 
179 
842 

658 

1,488 
201 
700 
314 
973 

1,104 
338 
787 
735 
840 

34,452 

842 

1,071 

1,342 

626 

'469 

952 

943 

2,465 

734 

1,072 

560 

506 

961 

821 

2,274 

1,216 

713 

1,074 

7 

124 

448 

60 
5,603 

419 
325 
482 

1,419 
877 
486 

1,457 
583 

1,492 

1,693 
336 

31,130 

2,620 
2,774 
1,167 
556 
1,150 
1,907 



1911 



1601 
191 
56] 
445 1 
301, 
1,363 



477 
447 
277 
811 

365 
806 
715 
850 

30,260 

848 
989 
1,493 
1,111 
1,177 
1,767 
1,451 
2,095 



1901 



,640 
1,158 

591 

466 
2,091 

896 
2,526 
1,088 

642 
1,420 



2,934 



1,224 
1,653 

28,046 

2,740 
3,546 
1,447 
655 
1,010 
2,020 



2,405 
2,732 

508 

230 

482 

449 
682 
648 
502 

24,176 

729 

1,093 

1,814 

1,205 

1,141 

1,541 

1,989 

1,722 

2,456 

1,137 

664 

469 

1,342 

765 

2,284 

263 

606 

1,388 



Increase (-|-) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



296 
1,272 

24,381 

2,641 

6,800 

1,179 

657 

2,715 



951 
-291 

96 ^ 
-1731 
-1221 
-521 



-276 

253 

37 

162 

-27 

-19 

20 

-10 

4,192 

-6 

82 

-151 

-485 

-708 

-815 

-508 

370 

-1,906 

-86 

-31 

40 

-130 

-75 

-252 

128 

71 

-346 



2,669 



268 
40 



3,084 

-120 
-772 
-280 
-99 
140 
-113 



1911 
over 
1901 



-1,252 
-1,369 

-31 

47 
329 

-84 

124 

67 

348 

6,084 

119 

-104 

-321 

- 94 

36 

226 

-538 

373 

184 

21 

-73 

-3 

749 

131 

242 

825 

36 

32 



928 
381 



3,665 

99 

-3,254 

268 

-2 

-695 



28 



TABLE 5 Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Quebec County— Concluded 

St. Charles de Charlesbourg 

St. Charles de Charlesbourg East. 

St. Dunstan Lac Beauport 

Ste. Famille. 

St. Franpois. . . * 

St. Gabriel de Valcalrtier 

St. Gabriel West 

St. Gferard de Magella 

St. Gr6goire de Montmorency 

St. Jean 

St. Laurent 

St. Pierre • • ■ • 

Stonehani and Tewkesbury 

Other parts 

Indian Reserves 

Towns 

Courville 

Quebec west 

Villages 

Beaulieu (Ste. Pfetromlle) 

Beauport 

Charlesbourg 

Giffard....- 

Loretteville 

Montmorency 

St. Jean de Boischatel 



Quebec East— (Qu ebec city part) . 

Jacques Cartier ward (part) 

St. Jean ward 

St. Roch ward 

Jjimoilu ward 



Quebec South 

St. Colomb de Sillery • • 

Belvedere ward— (Quebec City part) 
Champlain ward " |^ 

Montcalm ward ■ " ^^ 

Palais ward '' \^ 

St. Louis ward " ^^ 

St. Pierre ward 



Quebec West 

Les Ecureuils • 

Neuville (Pointe aux Trembles) 

St. Augustin 

St. F61ix du Cap Rouge 

Ste. Foye. ., >A- ' ' ' --V ' VT 

Jacques Cartier ward part^(Que. city pt.) . 

St. Sauveur ward— (Quebec city part) 

Donnacona town 

Neuville village 



Richelieu 

St. Aim6 

Ste. Anne de Sorel 

St. Joseph de Sorel 

St. Louis de Bonseoours. 

St. Ours.. 

St. Pierre de Sorel — 

. St. Robert 

St. Roch 

Ste. Victoire 

Sorel city 

St. Ours town 



Population 



1921 



,014\ 
295/ 
169 
719 
414 
287 
308 
833 

,463 
812 
766 
555 
885 

429 

1,293 
130 

282 
5,240 
1,267 
1,254 
2,066 
1,904 

571 



1911 



38,330 

8,279 

10,995 

9,777 

9,279 

87,706 

2,116 
4,940 
1,546 
12,231 
2,404 
2,839 
1,630 

37,993 

668 

991 
1,441 

557 

1,473 

2,382 

28,891 

1,225 

365 



,764 

879 
885 
329 
752 
145 
366 
,316 
773 
,211 
,174 
622 



1901 



2,127 

225 
618 
481 
470 
449 
886 

2,710 
940 
702 
560 
735 

1,943 



477 



1,-588 
1,717 



30,982 

8,273 
9,087 
9,910 
3,652 

34,163 

1,969 
3,486 
1,532 
8,213 
1,872 
4,081 
3,010 

30,506 

572 
1,247 
1,384 
490 
1,219 
1,406 
24,188 



19,810 

1,088 
946' 
623 
791 

1,132 
395 

1,431 
821 

1,349 

8,420 
622 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



2,512 

228 
751 
496 
452 
478 



■1,137 
797 
595 

1,168 



220 



1,555 



28,645 

8,866 
9,751 
10,028 



21,833 

2,069 
1,343 
2,225 
7,790 
2,587 
3,107 
2,712 

24,897 

521 
1,077 
1,385 

417 
1,066 

20,431 



18,576 

1,967 
1,123 
1,257 

828 
1,328 

482 
1,562 

900 
1,463 
7-, 057 
■ 609 



-818 

-56 

101 

-67 

-183 

-141 

-53 

-1,247 

-128 

64 

-5 

150 



-195 



478 
187 



7,408 

6 
1,908 
-133 
5,619 

3,543 

147 

1,454 

14 

4,018 

532 

-1,242 

-1,380 

7,487 

96 

-256 

57 

67 

254 

976 

4,703 



-1,046 

-209 

-61 
-294 

-39 
13 

-^29 
-115 

-48 

-138 

-246 

■ 



1911 
over 
1901 



29 



'^^l^ L P°P^'^2'f ^^3'=-^°''^' Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Cow. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 



Richelieu— Concluded 
Villages 

Massueville 

St. Joseph 



Richmond and Wolfe 

Richmond 

Brompton 

Cleveland 

Melbourne and Brompton Gore. 

Shipton 

St. Franpois-Xavier 

St. Georges do Windsor 

Stoke 

Windsor 

Windsor North 

Towns 

Ascot (part) 

Brornptonville 

Richmond 

Windsor 

Villages 

Asbestos 

Danville 

Kingsbury 

Melbourne 

New Rockland 



Wolfe ,.: 

D'Israeli ' ' ' . ' 

Dudswell 

Garthby 

Ham North 

Ham South (St. Joseph) ...... 

Notre-Dame de Lourdes do Ham . 

St. Adrien de Ham 

St. Camille : . 

St. Fortunat de Wolfestown. ...... 

St. Jacques 

St. Raymond de Pennafort '. . 

Stratford 

Wcedon 

Wolfestown 

Wotton [['[ 

Villages 

Beaulac 

Bishop's Crossing 

D'Israeli 

Lake Weedon 

Marbleton 

Weedon Centre , . 

Wottonville 



Imouski. . . 

Notre-Dame du Sacrfe-Coeur. . . 

Ste. Angfele de Mferici, 

St. Anaclet 

Ste. Anne de la Pointe-au-P4re. 

fete. Blandine 

Ste. CfecileduBic [ 

St. Donat 

St. Fabien 

Ste. Flavie '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

St. Francois-Xavier 

St. Gabriel and St. Marcellin... 
St. Germain do Rimouski 



Population 



192r 



654 
1,658 



,248 
,067 
,084 
977 
,784 
023 
468 
334 
527 
8971 
127/ 

322 
603 
450 
330 

189 
290 
241 
340 
81 

181 

792 
1,245 

509 
1,293 

745 

476 

864 

980 

908 

449 

469 
1,111 

764 
,053 
,553 

491 
300 
,646 
582 
670 
805 
476 



42 



18. 



1911 



27,520 

690 
1,146 
1,435 

343 
1,364 
1,188 
1,189 
2,182 

707 

726 
1,870 
2,085 



776 
1,416 



313 
1,239 
2,175 
2,233 

2,224 

1,331 

263, 

314 

176 

18, SOB 
738 

1,464 
474 

1,418 
707 
501 
851 

1,061 

1,042 



1,009 
1,254 
1,119 
1,914 

431 

1,606 
607 
681 
836 



23,951 

723 
1,693 
1,618 

1,255 

2,037 

922 

1,981 



1,571 
1,736 



1901 



39,491 


34,137 


m,s8s 


17,821 


1,002 


963 


1,130 


1,216 


1,597 


1,626 


1,957 


1,810 


1,171 


1,247 


1,549 


1,622 


1,313 


■ 1,512 


1,295 


1,219 



2,057 
■ 2,149 

783 
1,017 
237 
224 
139 

16,316 

1,759 

1,437 

527 

1,412 

610 

612 

659 

962 



769 
1,015- 
1,613 
1,903 

326 



512 
694 
640 



21,636 

686 

1,361 

928 

844 
2,047 

802 
1,989 
1,147 

1,038 
1,295 



Increase (+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-122 
242 

2,757 

Z,785 

82 

-153 

187 

66 

297 

-215 

214 

729 

9 

1,364 

275 

97 

-35 
-41 
-22 
26 
-95 



54 

-219 

35 

-125 

38 

-25 

13 

-81 

-134 

-47 

102 

-490 

-66 

-361 

60 

40 
-25 
-11 
-31 



3,569 

-33 

-547 
-83 

109 

-849 

267 

201 

38 

299 
. 349 



1911 
over 
1901 



5,354 

S,461 

39 

-86 

-29 

147 

-76 

-73 

-199 

76 



118 
84 

1,441 

314 

26 

90 

37 

1,89S 

-1,021 

27 

-53 

6 

97 

-111 

192 

99 

176 



240 

239 

-494 

11 

105 



95 
-13 
196 



2,315 

37 

, 332 

590 

411 

-10 

120 

-8 

-478 

533 
44] 



30 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act of 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 



Rimouskl— Concluded 

St. Joseph de Lepage. . . 

Ste. Luce 

St. Mathieu 

St. Narcisse 

St. Simon 

St. Valferien 

Other parts 

Rimouski town 

Villages 

Bie 

Luceville 

Mont-Joli 

St. Ang6!e-de-M6rici.. 

Ste. Anne 



Ste. Anne ward (Montreal city part) . 
St. Gabriel ward do 
St. Georges ward do 
St. James ward do 
A^erdun city 



St. 



Antoine 

St. Andrew ward 

St. Joseph ward (part) . 



St. Denis (Montreal city part) 

Ahuntsic-Bordeaux ward (part) . 

Delorimier ward 

St. Denis ward 



St. Hyacinthe and BouvOle 

>S(. Hyacinthe 

La Presentation 

St. Barnabfe 

St. Bernard de Michaudville. . 

St. Charles 

St..Damase 

St. Denis 

St. Hyacinthe le Confesseur.. . 
St. Hyacinthe (Notre-Dame) . 

St. .Tudes 

Ste. Marie-Madeleine 

St. Thomas d'Aquin 

St. Hyacinthe city 

Villages 

La Providence 

St. Joseph 

St. Denis 

St. Madeleine 



Rouville 

L'Ange-Gardien 

Notre-Dame de Bonsecours. 

Ste. AngJile de Monnoir 

St. Cfeaire 

St. Hilaire 

St. Jean Baptiste 

Ste. Marie de Monnoir 

St. Mathias 

St. Michel de Bougemont. . . 

St. Paul d'Abbotsford 

Marieville town 



Population 



1921 



• 481 
979 
781 
460 
805 
893 

3,612 

912 

426 

2,799 

447 

52,049 

17,292 

9,029 

82 

645 

25,001 

32,394 

15,106 
17,288 

78,920 

20,081 

4,723 

54,116 

36,751 

23,098 

1,062 

839 

443 

773 

1,256 

1,053 

760 

626 

1,101 

611 

828 

10,859 

1,078 
540 
820 
449 

1S,6S6 

1,291 

392 

932 

1,264 

802 

1,128 

949 

735 

500 

1,322 

1,748 



1911 



1901 



400 

1,696 

842 

766 
904 

3,097 



2,141 



41,541 

20,992 

8,236 

226 

458 

11,629 

31,794 

16,915 
17,879 

15,111 

4,777 

40,364 

35,173 

22,542 

1,218 

1,004 

465 

889 

1,341 

1,160 

648 

584 

1,165 

1,039 

891 

9,797 

894 
514 
733 



13,131 

1,252 

391 

887 

1,315 

1,309 

1,246 

1,003 

722 

748 

1,169 

1,587 



Increase {+ ) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



414 

1,235 

893 

798 

846 

2,687 

1,804 



822 



11,225 

21,835 

15,959 

439 

1,094 

1,898 

17,653 

47, 653 

10,391 

1,366 

9,025 

31,950 

21,643 

1,273 

913 

931 
1,446 
1,945 

673 

521 
1,609 
1,037 

814 
9,210 

819 
352 



13,407 

1,433 

385 

954 

1,456 

1,275 

1,298 

1,054 

657 

749 

1,333 

1,306 



81 
-717 
-61 

39 
-11 

515 



658 



10,508 

-3,700 

793 

-144 

187 

13,372 

-2,400 

-1,809 
-591 

33,779 

15,304 

13,752 

1,281 

756 
-156 
-165 

-22 
-116 

-85 

-107 

112 

42 

-64 
-428 

-63 
1,062 

184 
26 
87 



S25 

39 

1 

45 

-51 

-507 

-118 

-54 

13 

-248 

153 

161 



1911 
over 
1901 



31 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for tjie Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



QUEBEC— Continued 

St. Ilyacinthe and Kouvllle — Concluded 
Villages 

Canrobert 

Richelieu 

Rougemont 

St. Cfaaire 

St. Hilairo 

St. James (Montreal city part) 

Lafontaine ward 

St. James ward 

St. Johns and Iberville 

St. Johns 

Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel 

St. Bernard de LacoUe 

St. Blaise 

St. Jean I'Evangfeliste 

St. Luc 

Ste. Marguerite de Blairfindie 

St. Paul, de I'lle-aux-Noix 

St. Valentin 

St. Johns, city 

Lacolle village 

Ibenille 

St. Alexandre 

Ste. Anne de Sabrevois 

St. Athanase 

Ste. Brigide 

St. Georges d'Henriville 

St. Grfigoire le Grand 

St. S6bastien 

Iberville town 

St. Alexandre village 

5t. Lawrence-St. George (Montreal city part) 

St. George ward 

St. Lawrence ward 

St. Mary (Montreal city partj 

Papineau ward 

St. Mary's ward 

ihefford 

Ely North '. 

Ely South 

Granby r 

Roxton 

St. Alphonse de Granby 

Ste. Cfeoile de Milton -. . . 

St. Joachim 

Ste. Pudentienne 

St. Val^rien 

Shefford 

Stukely North 

Stukely South 

Granby. city 

Waterloo town 

Villages 

Lawrenceville 

Roxton Falls 

Ste. Pudentienne 

Warden ■. . . 

WestShefEord 



1, 



281 
426 
379 
985 
522 

43,443 

25,332 
17,111 

23,518 

U,2I9 
670 
,147 
906 
701 
611 
865 
495 
535 
7,734 
555 

9,299 
1,018 

491 

742 
1,290 

994 
1,149 

901 
2,454 

260 

36,913 

14,634 
22,278 

63,975 

38,937 
25,038 

25,644 

857 
1,797 
2,684 
1,298 

378 

895 
1,037 

990 

1,421 

. 1,367 

1,417 

829 
6,785 
2,063 

225 
777 
408 
185 
331 



229 
332 



941 



44,057 

25,026 
19,031 

21,882 

12.SS9 

2,074 
1,040 
674 
653 
963 
531 
561 
5,903 



9,m 

1,372 

549 

772 

1,589 

991 

1,183 

1,132 

1,905 



38,883 
13,844 
25,039 

62,521 

39,079 
23,442 

23,976 

956 

1,766 

. 2,189 

1,334 

455 
1,055 
1,110 
1,098 
1,703 
1,394 
1,481 

827 
4,750 
1,886 

226 

■ 873 

510 

363 



253 
389 

865 

42,618 

42,618 
20,679 

11,006 

2,361 
933 
674 
717 

1,114 
614 
563 

4,030 



9,673 
1,608 
685 
764 
1,545 
1,110 
1,222 
1,227 
1,512 



21,889 

21,889 
40,631 

40,631 

23,628 

1,092 
1,643 
2,119 
1,563 

541 
1,142 
1,126 
1,330 
1,795 
1,425 
1,879 

895 
3,773 
1,797 



818 
339 

351 



52 
94 

44 

-1,614 

306 
-1,920 

1,636 

1,830 

-927 

-134 

27 

-42 

-88 

-36 

-26 

1,831 



—194 

-354 

-58 

-30 

-299 

3 

-34 

-231 

549 



-1,971 

790 
-2,761 

1,454 

-142 
1,696 

1,668 

-99 

31 

395 

-36 

-77 

-160 

-73 

-108 

-282 

-27 

-64 

2 

2,035 

177 

-1 

-96 

-102 

-32 



-24 
-.57 

76 

1,439 

-23,587 
1,203 

1,383 

-287 

107 



-64 

-161 

-83 

-2 

1,873 



—180 

-236 

-136 

8 

44 

-119 

-39 

-95 

393 



16,994 

3,150 
21,890 

-17,189 

348 

-136 

123 

70 

-229 

-86 

-87 

-16 

-232 

-92 

-31 

-398 

-68 

977 



55 
171 



12 



32 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



QUEBEC— Continued 



Sherbrookc 

Ascot 

Orford 

Rock Forest 

St. Elied'Orford... 

Sherbrooke city 

Towns 

Ascot (part) 

Lennoxville 

Petit Lac Magog. 



Stanstead 

Barford (North and South). 

Barnston 

Hatley 

Hatley West 

Magog 

Stanstead 

Ste. Catherine de Hatley 

St. Herm6n6gilde 

Towns 

Coaticook 

Magog 

Villages 

Ayers Cliff 

Beebe Plains 

Dixville 

Hatley 

Hatley North 

Rock Island 

Stanstead Plain 

St. Hermfendgilde 



Tfimiseouata 

B6gon (St. Jean de Dieu) 

Cabano, Packington and Unorganized. 

Cacouna 

L'lle Verte •, 

Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs 

Notre-Daine du Lac 

Notre-Dame du Portage 

St. Antonin 

St. Arsfene 

St. C16mcnt 

St. Cyprien (Hocquart) 

St. David d'Escourt 

St. Eloi 

St. Epiphane 

St. Eus6be 

Ste. Fran?oise 

St. Honor6 (Armand) 

St. Hubert and St. Francois Xavier. . . 

St. Joseph de la Rivifere Bleue 

St. Louis du Ha! Ha! 

St. Marc du Lac-Long 

St. Mathias 

St. Michel de Squatek 

St. Modeste 

St. Patrice de la Ri v. du Loup .' 

St. Paul de la Croix 

Ste. Rose du D6gel6 

Trois Pistoles 

Indian Reserves 

Rivifere du Loup city 

Trois Pistoles town 

Villages 

Cacouna (St. Georges de) 

St. Joseph de la Riviere Bleue 



30,786 

2,603 



951 
23,515 

366 
1,554 
■ 42 

S3,380 

1,010 

2,618 

539 

473 

1,000 

2,787 

979 

383 

3,554 
5,159 

461 
921 
425 
250 
430 
1,442 
798 
151 



44, 

2, 



310 

121 

618 
,276 

341 
,115 

415 
,222 
,072 
,234 
,167 
,036 

900 
,716 

499 
,060 
,257 
,030 

929 
,780 

878 
,102 

384 

737 

949 

999 
,962 
,801 

156 
,703 
,454 

533 
864 



23,211 

2,799 
1,256 

770 
16,405 

770 
1,211 



20,765 

943 
2,342 

1,295 

865 

2,954 

885 

614 

3,165 
3,978 

316 

808 
404 

498 
861 
837 



36,430 

1,965 
3,261 

653 
2,169 

365 
1,868 

427 
1,271 
1,051 
1,208 

964 

929 
1,511 

890 

961 

1,509 

1,409 



678 

798 

851 

1,325 

3,076 

6,774 



517 



18,426 

3,702 
1,096 

743 
11,765 



1,120 

18,998 

1,527 
2,482 

2,508 

852 
2,832 



2,880 
3,516 



477 
430 

261 
615 
618 



29,185 

1,357 

640 

707 

2,256 

337 

1,845 

441 

1,186 

1,093 

1,024 

607 

970 
1,278 

708 

453 

1,395 

1,812 



817 
699 
844 
963 
2,595 

4,569 



589 



7,575 

-196 
-387 

181 
7,110 

-404 
343 



2,615 

67 
276 

-283 

135 

-167 

94 

-231 

389 
1,181 

145 

113 

21 



581 
-39 



7,880 
156 

-35 

107 

-24 

247 

-12 

-49 

21 

26 

203 

-29 
205 

170 
296 
521 

371 



59 

151 

148 

637 

-1,275 

929 



16 



33 

TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



QUEBEC— Continued 

Terrebonne 

Abercrombie East (St. Hyppolyte) 

Brfeboeut 

DeSalaborry and Grandison (St. Jovite) 

Ivry sur le Lac 

Mont Holland (St. Joseph du) 

Ste. AdMe 

Ste. Agathe 

Ste. Anno des Plaines 

St. Janvier. 

St. J6r6me 

St. Louis de Terrebonne 

Ste. Lucie (Doncaster) 

Ste. Marguerite 

St. Sauveur 

Ste. Sophie 

Ste. Th6r6se 

Wolfe (St. Faustin) 

Towns 

St. Agathe des Monts 

St. J6r6me 

Ste. Thferfese 

Terrebonne 

Villages 

New Glasgow 

Shawbridge 

St. Jovite 

Three Rivers and St. Maurice 

Banlieue (Trois-Riviferes par.) 

Charetto '■ ■ .. 

Pointe-du-Lac 

St. Barnabfe 

St. Boniface de Shawinigan 

St. Elie de Caxton 

Ste. Etienne des Grfes 

Ste. nore 

St. Mathicu du Lac Bellemare 

St. S6v6ro 

Yamachiche 

Unorganized parts. 

Indian Reserves 

Cities 

Shawinigan Falls 

Three Rivers 

Villages 

Baie Shawinigan 

St. Boniface Shawinigan 

Yamachiche 

audreull and Soulanges 

Vaudreuil 

Rigaud (Ste. Madeleine) 

Ste. Jeanne de I'lle Perrot 

Ste. Justine de Newton 

St. Lazare 

Ste-Marthe 

St. Michel de Vaudreuil 

Trfes St. R6dempteur 

Towns 

Dorion 

Rigaud 

Villages 

Belle Plage. . . . .• 

Como 



33,908 

931 

340 

1,244 

292 

921 

1,223 

1,691 

1,762 

1,025 

1,762 

748 

780 

709 

1,331 

906 

2,049 

1,482 

2,812 
5,491 
3,043 
2,056 

146 
302 
862 

50,845 

881 
922 
1,400 
1,419 
1,042 
1,014 



464 
413 
616 
890 
615 
28 
418 



10, 625 
22,367 

1,213 
570 



21,630 

11,55B 
1,395 

929 
1,248 
1,267 
1,190 
1,112 

368 

833 
939 



1,146 



29,018 

896 

325 

1,742 



1,814 

1,707 

1,778 

1,030 

1,783 

653 

908 

805 

1,283 

1,135 

1,703 

1,467 

2,020 
3,473 
2,120 
1,990 

131 
255 



36,153 

750 

1,316 
2,501 
1,513 
1,281 
1,688 
2,541 
770 
895 
1,845 
1,108 



4,265 
13,691 

1,024 

965 

20,439 

11,039 
1,305 

913 
1,332 
1,351 
1,312 
1,285 

401 

631 

856 



898 



26,816 

961 

1,752 



1,546 
1,679 
1,728 



016 

2,072 

743 

874 

808 

1,511 

1,112 

1,543 

1,283 



1,073 
3,619 
1,541 
1,822 

133 



39,311 

758 

1,337 

2,291 

3,818 

1,375 

1,741 

3,144 

544 

864 

2,195 

163 



9,981 



1,100 

20,373 

10, U5 
1,534 

819 
1,472' 
1,411 
1,414 
1,022 

442 

275 
779 



628 



4,890 

35 
15 



-591 

-16 

-16 

-5 

-21 

95 

-128 

-96 

48 

-229 

346 

15 

792 

2,018 

923 

66 

15 

47 



14,692 

131 

84 

-1,082 

-471 

-267 

-224 

872 

-154 

-5 

-230 

-1,080 



6,360 
8,676 

189 

-17 

1,181 

sie 

90 

16 

-84 

-84 

-122 

-173 

-33 

202 
83 



248 



2,202 

-65 

-10 



268 

28 

50 

14 

-289 

-90 

34 

-3 

-228 

23 

160 

184 

947 

-146 

579 

168 

-2 



6,842 



-21 

210 

-2,305 

-94 

-53 

-603 

226 

31 

-350 

945 



3,710 



-135 



594 

-229 

. 94 

-140 

-60 

-102 

263 

-41 

356 
77 



270 



34 



TABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901— Con. 



Electoral Districts 



QUEBEC— Continued 

VaudrcuU and Soulanges— Concluded 
Vaudreuil — Concluded 
Villages — Continued 

Como E 

Pointe Fortune 

Vaudreuil 

Soulanges 

C6teau du Lac (St. Ignace) 

St. Clet 

St. Joseph do Soulanges 

St. Polycarpe 

St. T61esphore 

St. Zotique 

Villages 

Coteau du Lac 

Cotoau Landing 

Coteau Station 

Rividre Beaudette 

St. Joseph de Soulanges N 

St. Polycarpe 

St. Zotique 

Westmount-St. Henri 

St. Henri ward (Montreal city part) . . 
St. Joseph ward part (Montreal o. pt.) 
Westmount city 

Wright 

Aumond 

Aylwin 

Baskatong 

Bouchette 

Cameron 

Denholm 

Eardley 

Egan 

Hincks 

Kensington 

Low 

Lytton 

Maniwaki '. 

Masham North 

Masham South 

Northfield 

Sicotte 

Wakefield East (St. Pierre) 

Wakefield 

Wright 

Other parts 

Indian Reserves 

Aylmer town : 

Villages 

Gracefield 

. Montcerf 

Wakefield 

Tamaslia 

La Visitation 

Notre-Dame de Pierreville 

St. Antoine (La Baie du Febvre) 

St. Bonaventure d'Upton 

St. David 

St. Elph^ge 

St. Francois du Lac 

St. Gerard de Magella 



Population 



1921 



279 
324 
456 

10,065 
764 
1,006 
1,848 
1,477 
1,231 
471 

435 
365 
851 
239 
536 
528 
314 

62,909 

34,275 
11,041 
17,593 



21, 



850 

797 
802 
143 
798 
699 
319 
137 
666 
730 
732 
309 
441 
403 
504 
412 
560 
131 
513 
757 

,360 
388 
506 

,970 

342 
160 
271 



18,840 

500 

798 
1,277 
1,225 
1,618 

678 
1,100 

468 



1911 



311 

444 

9,400 
830 
1,011 
1,972 
1,327 
1,237 
732 

428 

385 

643 

, 368 

467 



56,088 

30,335 
11,174 
14,579 

21,171 

617 
900 
108 

1,880 
619 
313 

1,197 

1,812 
733 
562 

l',292 
375 

2,053 

2,009 

552 
128 

1,432 
1,180 



3,109 
300 



20,387 

562 

994 
1,725 
1,441 
1,911 

574 
2,278 

515 



1901 



264 
385 

9,9S8 
1,463 

930 
1,981 
1,515 
1,301 

950 



578 
570 
235 

405 



40,960 

21,192 

10,912 

8,856 

19,589 

658 
805 
167 

1,420 
623 
422 

1,477 

1,590 
782 
531 

1,300 
381 

1,512 

2,081 

530 
96 

1,522 

1,369 

32 

2,291 



21,S06 

673 
996 
1,902 
1,265 
2,050 
717 
2,639 



Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



-60 

. -5 

-124 

150 

-6 

-261 

7 
-20 
208 
-129 



61 



6,821 

3,940 
-133 
3,014 

679 

180 

-98 

35 

-82 

80 

6 

-60 

-146 

-3 

170 

17 

66 

-650 

-93 



-675 
180 



-139 

42 



-1,547 

-62 

-196 

-448 

-216 

-293 

104 

-1,178 

-47 



35 

ABLE 5. Population by Electoral Districts According to the Redistribution Act, 1914, and 
the Amending Act of 1915, Compared for the Census Years 1921, 1911 and 1901 — Con. 



Electoral Districts 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



.Increase (+) or 
Decrease (— ) 



1921 
over 
1911 



1911 
over 
1901 



QUEBEC— Concluded 

famaska — Concluded 

St. Guillaume d'Upton 

St. Joachim do Courval 

St. Marcel 

St. Michel d' Yamaska 

St. Pie de Guire 

St. Thomas de Picrreville 

St. Zephirin do Courval 

Indian Reserves 

Villages 

La Bale ville 

Pierrevillc 

St. Frangois du Lac 

St. Guillaume 

St. Michel 



1,494 
569 
784 
975 
832 
717 

1,246 
342 

536 
1,394 
740 
937 
610 



1,772 
548 

■ 876 

1,091 
933 
821 

1,383 



1,363 



905 
695 



2,778 
204 
942 

1,575 

1,268 
932 

1,695 



1,108 
762 



-278 
21 
-92 
-116 
-101 
-104 
-137 



31 



32 
-85 



-1,006 
344 
-66 
-484 
-335 
-111 
-312 



255 
-67 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN X 



PUBUSHBD BY AUTHORITT OP THE HONOURABLE JaMES A. ROBB, MINISTER OP TrADE AND COMMERCE. 

R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau op Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief 

Statistician for Population. 



POPULATION OF CANADA, 1921 
General Summary by Provinces, Electoral Districts, Cities, towns, etc. 

CONTENTS 

Table 1. Population of Canada and its provinces and territories, 1871-1921. 

Table 2. Per cent distribution of the population, 1871-1921. 

Table 3. Numerical increase in population of Canada by provinces and territories, 1871-1921. 

Table 4. Increase per cent of population by provinces, 1871-1921. 

Table 5. Estimated population by provinces and territories as of June 1st of each year 1912- 

Table 6. Rural and urban population by provinces and territories, 1891-1921. 

Table 7. Per cent distribution of rural and urban population by provinces and territories, 

Table 8. Population by provinces and Dominion electoral districts, 1901-1921 together with 
increase m each decade. 

Table 9. Population classified by sex and nativity by provinces and Dominion electoral 
districts, 1921 

rABLB 10. Population of cities, towns and villages of 1,000 population and over, 1871-1921 
arranged according to size in 1921. 

INTRODUCTION 

This Bulletin summarizes the statistics presented ' for each province in 
Jensus bulletins 1 to 9. In addition it affords comparisons for each province 
■ity, town tvnd village of 1,000 population and over by decades since 187L 
rabies 6 and 7 deal with the distribution of the population as urban and rural, 
''or Census purposes the population of cities, towns and incorporated villages* 
egardless of size is classified as urban. On this basis 31-80 per cent of the 
)opulation of Canada was contained in urban centres in 1891 as against 37-50 
ler cent in 1901, 45-42 per cent in 1911 and 49-53 in 1921. Prince Edward 
sland and Saskatchewan have the smallest proportion of population dwelling in 
irban centres, namely, 21-55 per cent and 28 - 90 per cent respectively. Ontario 
hows the largest proportion of urban population (58-20 per cent) followed 
>y Quebec (with 56-01 per cent). The relative position of urban and rural 
copulation in Manitoba has remained practically unchanged in the ten vears 
911 to 1921; f J h y^Mis 

There being no incorporated towns or villages in British Columbia, the 
lassification of the population as urban and rural is not strictly comparable 
,'ith that of the other provinces. (See note to Table 7). 



TABLE 1. Population of Canada and its Provinces andiTerritories, 1871-1921 
TABLEAU 1. Population du Canada, par provinces et territoires, 1871-1921 



Provinces 


1871 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


1921 




3,689,857 

36,247 

25,228 

285,594 

387,800 

1,620,851 

■ 94,021 

1,191,516 

48,000 


4,324,810 

49,459 

62,260 

321,233 

440,572 

1,926,922 

108,891 

1,359,027 

56,446 


4,833,339 

98,173 
152,506 
321,263 
450,396 

2,114,321 
109,078 

1,488,535 

98,967 


5,371,315 

73,022 

178,657 

255,211 

331,120 

459,574 

2,182,947 

103,259 

1,648,898 

91,279 

27,219 

20,129(2) 


7,206,643 

374,295(') 
392,480 

461,394(») 
351,889 
492,338 

2,527,292 (») 
93,728 

2,005,776(5) 
492,432 
8, ,512 
6,507(5) 


8,788,483 


Alberta 


588,454 


Rritiqh Columbia 


624,682 




610,118 




387,87b 




523,837 

2,933,662 

88,616 

2,361,199 

757,510 

4, 1,57 

7,988 

485 




V K Island' .....'. ' 


Quebec 




Yukon . 


'Mnrtbwp'iti Territories 


nanadifln Naw 





(') As corrected by tranatsr of population ot Fort Smith (368) to Northwest Territories. 

(4 Represents population of area as after formation of Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

(•) As corrected by Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912. 

(') Tel que oorrigfi par lo transtert de la population de Fort Smith (368) aux Territoires du Nord-Ouest. 
m Reprfsento la population de la zone d'aprSs la formation dea provinces de Saskatchewan et d Alberta. 
(') Tel que corrigd par I'Acte de I'Extension des FrontiSres de 1912. 



TABLE 2. Per cent distribution of the population, 1871-1921 
TABLEAU 2. Repartition pour cent de la population, 1871-1921 



Provinces 



CANADA 



Alberta — 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick. : 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island . . 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan — . . — 

Yukon — 

Northwest Territories. 



1871 



100 00 



0-98 

0-68 

7-74 

10-51 

43-94 

2-65 

32-30 



1-30 



1881 



100 00 



1-14 

1-44" 

7-43. 

10-19 

44-66 

2-62 

31-42 



1-30 



1891 



100 00 



203 
3-16 
6-65 
9-32 

43-74 
2-26 

.30-80 



2-05 



1901 



too 00 

1-36 
3-33 
4-76 
6-16 
8-66 

40-64 
1-92 

30-70 
1-70 
0-51 
0-37 



1911 



100 00 

5'19 
6-45 
6-40 
4-88 
6-83 

35-07 
1-30 

27-83 
6-84 
0-12 
0-09 



1921 



TABLE 3. Numerical Increase in Population of Canada by Provinces and Territories, 

1871-1921 

TABLEAU 3. Augmentation num6rique de la population du Canada, par provinces et terri- 

toires, 1871-1921 



Provinces 



Popul. 
in-en 
1871 



Increase by Decades 
Augmentation par decades 



1871 to-a 1921 



1871 


1881 


1891 


to-a 


to-a 


to-4 


1881 


1891 


1901 


635,553 


508,429 


538,076 


_ 


_ 


73,022 


13,212 


48,714 


80,484 


37,032 


90,246 


102,705 


35,639 


30 


9,857 


52,772 


9,824 


9,178 


306,071 


187,399 


68,626 


14,870 


187 


-5,819 


167,511 


129,508 


160,363 


- 


- 


91,279 


- 


- 


27,219 


8,446 


42,521 


-78,838 


" 


" 


" 



1901 
to-a 
1911 



1911 

to-a 

1921 



Popul. 
in-en 
1921 



Increase 
Augmen- 
tation 
1871 

to-a 

1921 



CANADA 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

P.E. Island 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 

Northwest Territories 
Canadian Navy 



3,689,257, 



36,247 
25,228 
285,594 
387,800 
,620,851 
94,021 
,191,516 



48,000 



1,835,328 

301,273 

213,823 

206, 183 

20,769 

32,764 

344,345 

-9,531 

356,878 

401,153 

-18,707 

-13,622 



1,581,840 

214,159 

132,102 

148,724 

35,987 

31,499 

406,370 

-5,113 

355,423 

265,078 

-4,355 

1,481 

485 



8,788,483 

588,454 

524,582 

610,118 

387,876 

523,837 

2,933,662 

88,615 

2,361,199 

757,510 

4,157 

7,988 

485 



5,099,226 

588,454 

488,335 

584,890 

102,282 

136,037 

1,312,811 

-5,406 

1,169,683 

757,510 

4,157 

-40,012 

485 



TABLE 4. Increase per cent of population by provinces, 1871 to 1921 
TABLEAU 4. Pourcentage d'accroissement de la population par provinces, 1871-1921 



Provinces 



Popul. 
in-en 

1871 



Per cent Increase by Decades 
Accroissemcnt pour cent par <16cades 



1871 

to-a 

]8S1 



1881 
to-a 
1891 



1891 
to-a 
1901 



1901 

to-a 

1911 



1911 

to-a 

1921 



Per cent 

Increa.se 

in 50 

years 

Accroiss. 
pour cent 
en 50 ans 



CANADA 

fVlberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

P.E. Island 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 

Northwest Territories 



3,689,257 



36,247 

25, 228 

285,594 

387,800 

1,620,851 

94,021 

1,191,516 



48,000 



17-23 



36-45 
146-79 
12-48 
13-61 
18-88 
15-82 
14 06 



17-60 



11 76 



98-49 
144-95 
0-01 
2-23 
9-73 
0-17 
9-53 



75-33 



11 13 



81-98 

67-34 

3-07 

2-04 

3-25 

-5-33 

-0-77 



-79-66 



34 17 

412-58 

119-68 

80-79 

6-27 

7-13 

15-77 

-9-23 

21-64 

439-48 

-68-73 

-67-67 



21 95 

57-22 

33-66 

32-23 

10-23 

6-40 

16-08 

-5-46 

17-72 

53-83 

-.51-16 

22-76 



138-22 



.1,347-24 
2,318-42 
35-82 
35-08 
80-99 
-5-75 
98-17 



-83-36 



49701— U 



TABLE 5. ' Estimated Population, by Provinces and Territories, as at June 1 of each year, 1912-1920. 
TABLEAU 5. Population estimative, par provinces et territoires, au ler juin de chacune des ann6es 1912-1920 





(Census) 

1911 

(Recense- 

ment) 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 


1910 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


(Census) 

1921 

(Recense- 

ment) 


Alberta 


374,295 

392,480 

461,394 

351,889 

492,338 

2,527,292 

93,728 

2,005,776 

492,432 

8,512 

6,507 


398,350 
405,036 
479,417 
354,932 
494,715 

2,563,879 
• 93,075 

2,038,092 

523,000 

8,065 

6,644 


422,569 

417,775 

497,652 

358,147 

497,335 

2,601,092 

92,469 

2,071,377 

553,784 

7,623 

6,785 


446,984 

430,714 

516,124 

361,537 

500,198 

2,640,763 

91,909 

2,105,663 

584,826 

7,185 

6,929 


471,616 

443,857 

534,841 

365,095 

503,292 

2,681,070 

91,390 

2,140,936 

616,156 

6,749 

7,076 


496,525 

457,243 

553,860 

368,844 

506, 660 

2,722,804 

90,916 

2,177,352 

647,835 

6,317 

7,228 


514,540 

470,372 

564,705 

372,382 

509,729 

2,762,985 

90,392 

2,212,527 

669,273 

5,880 

7,375 


632,774 

483,705 

575,799 

376,087 

513,028 

2,804,397 

89,908 

2,248,684 

691,227 

5,448 

7,525 


551,131 

497,149 

587,028 

379,882 

516,451 

2,846,471 

89,446 

2,285,371 

712,926 

5,015 

7,676 


569,670 

510,757 

598,449 

383,799 

520,040 

2,889,468 

89,014 

2,322,801 

735,060 

4,586 

7,831 


588,454 




524,582 




610,118 




387,870 




523,837 




2,933,662 




88,615 




2,361,199 




757,510 




4,157 




7,988 




485 








7,206,643 


7,365,205 


7,537,208 


7,692,832 


7,862,078 


8,035,584 


8,180,160 


8,328,382 


8,478,546 


8,631,475 


8,788,483 







t*^ 



TABLE 6. Rural and Urban Population by Provinces and Territories, 1891-1921 
TABLEAU 6. Population rurale et urbaine par provinces et territoires, 1891-1921 





1891 


1901 


1911 


1921 


Provinces 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


CANADA 


3,296,141 

(') 

60,945 

111,498 

272,362 

373,403 

1,295,323 

94,823 

988,820 

(') 

(') 

(') 


1,537,098 

37,228 
41,008 
48,901 
76,993 

818,998 
14,255 

499,715 


3,357,093 

54,489(2) 

. 88,478 

184,775(3) 

253,835 

330,191 

1,246,969 

88,304 

994,833 

77,013(»1 

18,077 

20,129 

■ 


3,014,332 

18,533(2) 
90,179 

70,436(8) 
77,285 

129,383 

935,978 

14,955 

654,065(8) 

14,266(«) 
9,142 


3,933,696 

236,633(2) 
188,796 

261,0290 
252,342 
306,210 

1,198,8030 
78, 758 

1,038,934(8) 

361,037(») 
4,647 
6,507(1°) 


3,373,947 

137,662(2) 

203,684 

200,365 

99,547 

186,128 

1,328,489 

14,970 

966,842(8) 

131,395(») 

3,865 


4,435,710 

365,550 

277,020 

348,502 

263,432(5) 

296,799(«) 

1,226,379 

69,522 

1,038,630 

538,552 

2,851 

7,988 

485 


4,353,773 

222 904 


British Columbia. 


247,562 
261,616 


New Brunswick.. . 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 


124,444(8) 
227,038(8) 
1,707,283 
19,093 
1,322,569 


B.E. Island 


Saskatchewan 

Yukon 


218,958 
1 306 


N. W. Territories 
R. C. Navy 





0) The population (98,967) in territories now comprised in the provinces of "Alberta, Saskatchewan and Yukon an 
Northwest Territories was classified as rural in 1891. 

(^) La population (98,967) dans les territoires maintenant compris dans les provinces d'Alberta, de Saskatchewan, 
le Yukon et les Territoires du Nord-Ouest, 6tait classifies comme rurale en 1891. 

(*) Volume 1, Census 1911 places the urban population of Alberta for that year at 141,937. Included in this figure was 
the population (5,250) of twelve places which according to the Report of the Municipal Commissioner for Alberta were 
not then incorporated. The places included were Aetna, Bankhead, Bellevue, Bickerdike, Canmore, Cardiff, Exshaw, 
Hillcrest, Passburg, Queenston and Elmpark. The corrections resulting from this and from other small adjustments con- 
sequent upon more definite knowledge as to incorporated areas, place the urban population for 1911 at 137,662. 

(8) Le premier volume du recensement de 1911 6tablit la population rurale de I'AIberta fk 141,937. Ce chiffre comprend 
la population (5,250) de douze places qui, selon le rapport du Commissaire municipal pour I'AIberta, n'^taient pas alors 
incorporfies. Les places comprises €taient Aetna, Bankhead, Bellevue, Bickerdike, Canmore, Cardiff, Exshaw, Hillcrest, 
Passburg, Queenston and Elmpark. Les corrections occasibnn6es par ceci et par d'autres rajustements, basSs sur une con- 
naissance plus d6finie des superficies incorpor6es, permettent de fixer la population urbaine de 1911 & 137,662. 

(3) As corrected in Census Report, Prairie Provinces, 1916. 

(3) Tol que corrig6 dans le rapport du recensement des provinces des Prairies, 1916. 

(*) As changed by Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912. 

(*) Tel que chang6 par I'Acte de TExtension des Fronti^res de 1912. 

(8) Corrected by information received, since Bulletin 1 was printed, which transferred population of Shediac and 
Hampton to urban colurhn and population of Salisbury to rural. 

(6) Tel que corrigfi d'aprSs les mformations regues depuis la publication du Bulletin 1, transf^rant la population de Shediac 
et Hampton £L la colonne urbaine et la population de Salisbury & la colonne rurale. 

(") Corrected by information received since Bulletin 2 was printed, giving Clark's Harbour as an incorporated town. 

C") Tel que corrigfi d'apr^s les informations repues depuis la publication '' 'i Bulletin 2, donnant Clarks' Harbour comme 
une ville incorpor€e, 

C) As changed by Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912. 

(') Tel que chang6 par I'Acte de I'Extension des Fronti^res de 1912. v 

(•)' The urban population of 970,791 shown in Volume I, Census 1911, is reduced to 966,842, by the transfer of the popula' 
tion of Maniwaki, Martinville, Moisie, St. Bruno, St. Martin and St. Vincent de Paul, from urban to rural and by adjustments 
in area of the villages of Ste. Anne and Ste. Genevieve; and Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912. 

(•) La population urbaine de 970,791 donn6e dans le premier volume du recensement de 1911, est rfiduite k 966,842 par le 
transfert de la population de Maniwaki, de Martinville, de Moisie, de St-Bnmo, de St-Martin et de St-Vincent de Paul, 
do la colonne urbaine i la colonne rurale, ainsi que par les rajustements de superficie des villages de Ste-Anne et de Ste- 
GeneviSve; et aussi par I'Acte de I'Extension des Frontidres de 1912. 

(») Urban and rural population for 1911 and 1901 are as corrected in Census Report Prairie Provinces, 1916. 

(') La population urbaine et rurale pour 1911 et 1901, est telle que corrig6e dans le rapport du recensement des provinces 
des Prairies, 1916. 

0") As reduced by Extension of Boundaries Act, 1912. 

(") Tel qu'^tabli par I'Acte de TExtension des Fronti^res de 1912. 



49701—2 



TABLE 7. Per cent Distribution of Rural and Urban Population by Provinces and Territories, 

1891, 1901, 1911, 1921 

TABLEAU 7. Distribution pour cent de la population rurale et urbaine par provinces et 

territoires, 1891, 1901, 1911, 1921 





1891 


1901 


1911 


1921 


Provinces 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


Rural 
Rurale 


Urban 
Urbaine 


CANADA 


68-20 

(■) 

62-08 

73-11 

84-78 

82-91 

61-26 

86-93 

66-43 

(') 


31-80 

37-92 
26-89 
15-22 
17-09 
38-74 
.13-07 
33-57 


62 SO 

74-62 

49-62 

. 72-40 

76-66 

71-85 

57-12 

85-52 

60-33 

84-37 

■ 66-41 

100-00 


37-50 

25-38 
50-48 
27-60 
23-34 
28-15 
42-88 
14-48 
39-67 
15-63 
33-59 


51-58 

63-22 
48-10 
56-57 
71-71 
62-20 
47-43 
84-03 
51-80 
73-32 
54-59 
100-00 


15-12 

36-78 
51-90 
43-43 
28-29 
37-80 
52-57 
15-97 
48-20 
26-68 
45-41 


50-17 

62-12 
52-81 
57-12 
67-92 
56-66 
41-80 
78-45 
43-99 
71-10 
68-58 
100-00 
100-00 


19 -63 

37-88 
47-19W 
42-88 
32-08 
43-34 
58-28 
21-55 
56-01 
28-90 
31-42 


British Columbia. 


N. Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario. . . 


P. E. Island 

Quebec 


Saskatchewan 

Yukon 


N. W. Territories. 
R. C. Navy 



(') See notes Table 6. 

W If Vancouver South with a population of 32,267; and Point Grey with 13,736, which are wholly urban in character 
were included m the urban class, the ratio of rural to urban would be 44-1 to 55-9. 

0) Voir les notes, Tableau 6. 

(!) Si Vancouver Sud, aveo une population de 32,267; et Point Grey, aveo 13,736, qui sent pour toute fin entifirement 
urbames, etaient comprises dans la classe urbaine, la proportion de la classe rurale par rapport & la claese urbaine serait 
comme 41-1 & 55-9. 



TABLE 8 
TABLEAU 8. 



Population by provinces and Dominion electoral districts, 1901-1921, together with 
increase in each decade 
Population des provinces et des circonscriptions ^lectorales fed6rales, 1901-1921 
avec augmentation k chaque decade 



Electoral Districts 
Circonscriptions 6lectorales 



CANADA 



Alberta. 



Battle Biver 

Bow River 

Calgary E 

Calgary W.-O.... 

Edmonton E 

Edmonton VV.-O. 

Lethbridge 

Macleod 

Medicine Hat 

Red Deer 

Strathcona 

Victoria 



British Columbia. 



Burrard 

Cariboo 

Comox-Alberni 

Fraser Valley 

Kootenay E 

Kootenay W.-O 

Nanaimo 

New Westminster. 

Skeena 

Vancouver Centre. 

Vancouver S 

Victoria City 

Yale 



Manitoba. 



Brandon 

Dauphin 

Lisgar 

Macdonald 

Marquette 

Neepawa 

Nelson 

Portage la Prairie. 

Provencher 

Selkirk 

Souris 

Springfield 

Winnipeg Centre. . . 

Winnipeg N 

Winnipeg S 



New Brunswiclc. 



Charlotte 

Gloucester 

Kent 

Northumberland 

Restigouche & Madawaska... . 

Royal 

St. John & Albert 

Victoria & Carleton 

Westmorland 

York-Sunbury. 



Population 



1921 



8,788,483 

588,454 

49,173 
55,356 
44,995 
44,341 
56,548 
74,267 
37,699 
34,008 
43,179 
49,629 
42,520 
56,739 

524,582 

69,922 
39,834 
32,009 
28,811 
19,137 
30,502 
48,010 
45,982 
28,934 
60,879 
46,137 
38,727 
35, 698 

610,118 

40,183 
35,482 
29,921 
23,824 
41,254 
28,356 
19,806 
22,254 
29,308 
55,395 
26,410 
58,870 
76,470 
62,957 
59,628 

387,876 

21,435 
38,684 
23,916 
33,985 
42,977 
32,078 
69,093 
33,900 
53,387 
38,421 



1911 



7,206,643 

374,295 

26,352 
27,304 
35,163 
30,023 
30,926 
35,386 
29,487 
30,779 
24,697 
37,507 
28,355 
38,318 

392,480 

48,493 
26,541 
19,739 
22,645 
22,466 
' 28,373 
31,878 
29,. 384 
22,685 
60, 104 
20,446 
31,660 
28,066 

461,394 

39,734 
23,358 
25,978 
20,802 
32,384 
23,923 
11,737 
22,059 
24,276 
32,653 
27,133 
37,247 
58,903 
45,682 
35,525 

351,889 

21,147 
32,662 
24,376 
31,194 
32,365 
31,491 
63,263 
32,990 
44,621 
37,780 



1901 



5,371,315 

73,022 

597 
1,565 
5,526 
3,646 
7,685 
7,641 
5,995 
8,228 
3,185 
7,568 
12,635 
8,851 

178,657 

1,267 

29,155(') 

8,444 

8,219 

8,446 

23,516 

22,293 

14,855 

13,013 

27,010 

1,520 

20,919 

255,211 

25,047 
12,617 
26,899 
17,324 
20,435 
19,140 
2,359 
14,969 
14,129 
16,443 
22,634 
20,290, 

42,925 



331,120 

22,415 
27,936 
23,958 
28,543 
22,897 
32,832 
62,684 
30,446 
42,060 
37,349 



Increase — Augmentation 



1911-1921 



Number 
Nombre 



(') Includes Yale District. 0) Comprend le district de Yale. 
{') Included m Cariboo District. («) Compris dana le district de Cariboo 
49701— 2J 



1,581,840 

214,159 

22,821 

28,052 

9,832 

14,318 

25,622 

38,881 

8,212 

3,229 

18,482 

12,122 

14,165 

18,423 

132,102 

21,429 
13,293 
12,270 

6,166 
-3,329 

2,129 
16,132 
16,598 

6,249 

775 

25,691 

7,067 

7,632 

148,724 

449 

12,124 

3,943 

3,022, 

8,870 

4,433 

8,069 

195 

5,032 

22,742 

-723 

21,623 

17,567 

17,275 

24,103 

35,987 

288 

6,022 

-460 

2,791 

10,612 

587 
5,830 

910 
8,766 

641 



21-95 

67-22 

86-60 
102-74 
27-96 
47-69 
82-85 
109-88 
27-85 
10-49 
.74-84 
32-32 
49-96 
48-08 

33-66 

44-19 
50-08 
62-16 
27-23 
-14-82 

7-50 
50-61 
56-49 
27-55 

1-29 

125-65 

22-32 

27-19 

32-23 

1-13 
51-91 
15-18 
14-53 
27-39 
18-53 
68-75 
0-88 
20-73 
69-65 
-2-66 
58-05 
29-82 
37-82 
67-85 

10-23 

1-36 

18-44 

-1-89 

8-95 

32-79 

1-86 

9-22 

2-76 

19-65 

1-70 



1901-1911 



Number 
Nombre 



1,835,328 

301,273 

25,755 
25,739 
29,637 
26,477 
23,241 
27,745 
23,492 
22,551 
21,512 
29,939 
15,720 
29,465 

213,823 

47,226 

11,295 

14,426 

14,020 

4,857 

9,585 

14,529 

9,672 

33,094 

18,926 

10,741 



206,183 

14,687 

10,741 

-921 

3,478 

11,949 

4,783 

9,378 

7,090 

10, 147 

16,210 

4,499 

16,957 



20,769 



p.c. 



34 17 

412-58 

4,314-07 
1,644-66 
536-32 
746-67 
302-42 
363-11 
391-86 
274-08 
675-42 
395-60 
124-42 
332-90 

119-68 

3,727-39 

133-76 

175-52 

166-00 

20-65 

43 00 

97-81 

74-33 

122-52 

1,245-13 

51-34 



80-79 

58-64 
85-13 
-3-42 
20-08 
58-47 
24-99 
397-54 
47-36 
71-82 
98-58 
19-88 
83-57 



6 27 



-1,268 


-5-66 


4,726 


16-92 


418 


1-74 


2,651 


9-29 


9,468 


41-35 


-1,341 


-4-08 


579 


0-92 


2,544 


8-36 


2,561 


6-09 


431 


1-15 



TABLE 8. Population by provinces and Dominion electoral districts, 

increase in each decade — Con. 


1901-1921, togeth 


er with 




Population 


Increase— Augmentation 


Electoral Districts 


1921 


1911 




1911-1921 1 


1901-1911 


Circonscriptions 61ectorales 


1901 


Number 
Nombre 


p.c. 


Number 
Nombre 


p.c. 


Nova Scotia 


523,837 

,27,098 
31,325 
76,362 
25,196 
41,191 
28,965 
97,228 
19,739 
23,808 
23,723 
33,742 

■40,851 
23,435 
31,174 

2,933,662 

40, 618 

33,676 

20,085 

33,292 

20,872 

23,413 

32,673 

15,415 

24,388 

24,629 

17,306 

27,678 

71,150 

31,425 

39,661 

20,390 

38,573 

16,644 

30,667 

28,384 

21,287 

24,899 

49,820 

39,298 

23,072 

34,451 

23,540 

23,548 

52,139 

24, 104 

25,801 

32,888 

32,993 

34,909 

18,994 

48,625 

53,838 

27,994. 

25,033 

19,439 

58,585 

26,366 

30,512 

15,420 

31,074 

93,740 

24,527 

22,235 

80,780 


492,838 

29,010 
29,888 
66,625 
23,664 
40,543 
29,871 
80,257 
19,703 
25,571 
21,780 
33,260 
35,858 
• 24,211 
32,097 

2,527,293 

37,699 

28,752 

19,259 

26,617 

23,783 

26,249 

24,417 

17,740 

25,973 

26,411 

17,597 

26,715 

38,006 

29,541 

32,158 

21,944 

38,226 

17,545 

33,957 

31,934 

21,562 

22,208 

39,793 

37,279 

24,978 

30,825 

26,886 

26,097 

49,391 

20,660 

28,827 

29,109 

34,375 

36,753 

20,386 

35,429 

46,300 

23,465 

27,300 

21,233 

43,679 

27,110 

32,892 

17,141 

23,865 

77,182 

25,077 

22,294 

59,609 


459,574 

31,937 
24,650 
48,602 
24,900 
36,168 
30,579 
74,662 
20,056 
24,353 
21,937 
32,389 
33,459 
24,428 
31,454 

2,182,947 

25,211 

17,894 

18,273 

19,867 

27,424 

31,596 

22,880 

21,036 

28,350 

27,570 

17,901 

25,685- 

28,789 

29,955 

18,461 

24,746 

40,580 

21,021 

33,003 

36,587 

21,233 

19,545 

24,000 

28,634 

27,943 

31,348 

30,966 

30,854 

49,673 

19,788 

34,440 

29,723 

37,232 

37,975 

23,346 

30,552 

37,976 

23,339 

31,387 

20,971 

24,931 

29,147 

33,550 

18,390 

22,018 

59,140 

25,644 

22,760 

22,303 


31,499 

-1,912 

1,437 

9,737 

1,532 

648 

-906 

16,971 

36 

-1,763 

1,943 

482 

4,993 

-776 

-923 

406,370 

2,919 
4,924 
826 
6,675 
-2,911 
-2,836 
8,256 
-2,325 
-1,585 
-1,782 
-291 
963 
33, 144 
1,884 
7,503 
-1,554 
347 
-901 
-3,290 
-3,550 
-275 
2,691 
10,027 
2,019 
-1,906 
3,626 
-3,346 
-2,549 
2,748 
3,444 
-3,026 
3,779 
-1,382 
-1,844 
-1,392 
13,196 
7,538 
4,529 
-2,267 
-1,794 
14,886 
-744 
-2,380 
-1,721 
7,209 
16,558 
-550 
-59 
21,171 


6-40 

-6-59 

4-81 

14-61 

6-47 

1-60 

-3-03 

21-15 

0-18 

-6-89 

8-92 

1-45 

13-92 

-3-21 

-2-88 

16 08 

7-74 
17-13 
4-29 
25-08 
-12-24 
-10-80 
33-81 
-13-11 
-6-10 
-6-75 
-1-65 
3-60 
87-21 
6-38 
23-33 
-7-08 
0-91 
-5-14 
-9-69 
-11-12 
-1-28 
12-12 
25-20 
5-42 
-7-63 
11-76 
-12-45 
-9-77 
5-56 
16-67 
-10-60 
12-98 
-4-02 
-5-02 
-6-83 
37-25 
16-28 
19-30 
-8-30 
-8-45 
34-08 
-2-74 
-7-24 
-10-04 
30-21 
21-45 
-2-19 
-0-26 
35-52 


33,764 

-2,927 

5,238 

18,023 

-1,236 

4,375 

-708 

5,595 

-353 

1,218 

-157 

871 

2,399 

-217 

643 

' 344,345 

12,488 
10,858 
986 
6,750 
-3,641 
-5,347 
1,537 
-3,296 
-2,377 
-1,159 
-304 
1,030 
9,217 
-414 
13,697 
-2,802 
-2,354 
-3,476 
954 
-4,653 
329 
2,663 
15,793 
8,645 
-2,965 
-523 
-4,080 
-4,757 
-282 
872 
-5,613 
-614 
-2,857 
-1,222 
-2,960 
4,877 
8,324 
126 
-4,087 
262 
18,748 
-2,037 
-658 
-1,249 
1,847 
18,042 
-567 
-466 
37,306 


7 13 


Antigonish & Guysborough 

Cape Breton N. & Victoria. . . . 
Cape Breton S. & Richmond. . . 


-9-16 
21-25 
37-08 

-4-96 


Cumberland 


12-10 


Digby & Annapolis 


-2-32 


Halifax 


7-49 


Hants . 


-1-76 




5-00 




-0-72 


Lunenburg 


2-69 




7-17 




-0-89 


Yarmouth & Clare .... 


2-04 


Ontario 


15-77 




49-53 


Algoma W.-O 


60-68 




5-40 




33-98 


Bruce N 


- 13-28 


Bruce S ' 


-16-92 




6-72 




-15-67 




-8-38 


Durham 


-4-20 


Elgin E . . 


-1-70 


Elgin W.-O 


4-01 


Essex N 


32-02 


Essex S . 


-1-38 


Fort William & Rainy River. . . 


74-19. 
-11-32 


Glengarry & Stormont 


-5-80 




-16-54 


Grey N 


2-89 


Grey S.E 


-12-72 




1-55 


Halton 


13-62 


Hamilton E 


65-80 


Hamilton W.-O 


30-19 


Hastinsra E 


-10-61 


Hastings W.-O 


-1-67 




-13-18 




-15-42 


Kent 


-0-57 


Kingston 


4-41 


Lambton E 


-16-30 


Lambton W.-O 


-2-07 




-7-67 




-3-22 




-12-68 




15-96 




21-92 


Middlesex E 


0-54 




-13-02 




1-25 




75-20 


Norfolk 


-6-99 




-1-96 




-6-79 




8-39 




30-51 


Oxford N 


-2-21 


Oxford S 


-2-05 


Parkdale 


167-26 



TABLEAU 8. Population des provinces et des circonscriptions 61ectorales f^derales, 1901-1921, 
avec augmentation & chaque ddcade — suite 



Electoral Districts 
Circonscriptions felectorales 



Ontario — concluded — fin 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth N 

PerthS 

Peterborough E 

Peterborough W.-O 

Port Arthur & Kenora. . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew N 

Renfrew S 

Russell L 

Simcoe E 

Simcoe N 

Simcoe S 

Timiskaming 

Toronto Centre. . : 

Toronto B 

Toronto N 

Toronto S 

Toronto W.-O 

Victoria 

Waterloo N 

Waterloo S 

Welland 

Wellington N 

Wellington S 

Wentworth 

YorkE 

YorkN 

YorkS 

York W.-O 



Prince Edward Island. 

Kings 

Prince 

Queens 



Quebec 

Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beauharnois 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bona venture 

Brome 

Chambly & Verchferes 

Champlain. 

Charlevoix-Montmorency. . 
Ch&teauguay-Huntingdon . . 

Chicoutimi-Saguenay 

Compton 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska. 

Gasp6 

George-Etienne Cartier. ... 

Hoohelaga 

Hull 

Jacques Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie & Napierville. . . . . 
L'Assomption-Montcalm 



Population 



1921 



27, 022 
23,896 
32,461 
18,382 
13,716 
29,318 
43,300 
26,478 
16,806 
23,956 
27,061 
43,413 
37,122 
22,100 
24,810 
51,568 
51,768 
64,825 
72,478 
37,596 
68,397 
33,995 
41,698 
33,568 
66,668 
19,833 
34,327 
64,449 
77,950 
23,136 
100,054 
70,681 

88,615 

20,445 
31,520 
36,650 

,361,199 

17,165 
18,035 
53,841 
19,888 
21,190 
19,817 
29,092 
13,471 
34,643 
48,009 
28,874 
26,731 
90,609 
32,285 
28,954 
44,823 
40,375 
54,800 
73,526 
43,541 
89,297 
25,913 
22,014 
35,927 
20,065 
28,318 



1911 



26,547 
22,102 
30,235 
18,947 
15,499 
26,151 
39,109 
26,968 
17,150 
23,617 
27,852 
39,434 
35,294 
24, 699 
25,060 
37,380 
54,792 
53,712 
51,318 
43,956 
57,804 
36,499 
33,619 
28,988 
42,163 
22,292 
32,200 
34,634 
32,864 
22,415 
31,933 
35,831 

93,738 

22,636 
32,779 
38,313 

3,005,776 

16,766 
18,206 
51,399 
20,802 
21,141 
19,872 
28, 110 
13,216 
28,715 
39,824 
27,972 
26,562 
65,888 
29,630 
25,096 
41,590 
35,001 
51,937 
44,884 
37,917 
56,855 
23,911 
2'0,888 
30,115 
19,335 
28,506 



1901 



24,936 
21,475 
29,256 
20,615 
16,291 
20,704 
10,526 
27,035 
17,864 
24,556 
27, 676 
35,166 
29,845 
26,071 
26,399 

3,378 
45,888 
36,763 
20, 766 
38,108 
41,069 
38,511 
27, 124 
25,470 
31,588 
26,120 
29,526 
26,818 

8,478 
22,419 
18,964 
17,905 

103,359 

24,725 
35,400 
43,134 

1,648,898 

'16,407 
18,181 
43,129 
21,732 
18,706 
19,980 
24,495 
13,397 
24,318 
32,015 
25,813 
27,562 
48,291 
26,460 
21,007 
38,999 
30,683 
53,673 
14,193 
33,851 
21,966 
22,255 
19,099 
22,291 
19, 633 
26,996 



Increase — Augmentation 



1911-1921 



Number 
Nombre 



475 

1,794 

2,226 

-565 

-1,783 

3,167 

4,191 

-490 

-344 

339 

-791 

3,979 

1,828 

-2,599 

-250 

14, 188 

-3,024 

11,113 

21,160 

-6,360 

10,593 

-2,504 

8,079 

4,580 

24,505 

-2,459 

2,127 

29,815 

45,086 

721 

68,121 

34,850 

-5,113 

-2,191 
-1,259 
-1,663 

355,433 

399 

-171 

2,442 

-914 

49 

-55 

982 

255 

5,928 

8,185 

902 

169 

24,721 

2,655 

,3,858 

3,233 

5,374 

2,863 

28,642 

5,624 

32,442 

2-002 

1,126 

5,812 

730 

-188 



p.c. 



1 

8 

7 

-2 

-11 

12 

10 

-1 

-2 

1 

-2 

10 

5 

-10 

-1 

37 

-5 

20 

41 

-14 

18 

-6 

24 

15 

58 

-11 



137 

3 

213 

97 



-3 

-4 

17 

2 
-0 

4 
-4 


-0 

3 

1 
20 
20 

3 


37 

8 
15 

7' 
15 

5 
63 
14 
57 

8 

5 
19 

3 
-0 



1901-1911 



Number 
Nombre 



1,611 

627 

979 

-1,668 

-792 

5,447 

28,583 

■ -67 

-714 

-939 

176 

4,268 

5,449 

-1,372 

-1,339 

34,002 

8,904 

16,949 

30,552 

5,848 

16,735 

-2,012 

6,495 

3,518 

10,575 

-3,828 

2,674 

7,816 

24,386 

-4 

12,969 

17,926 

1-9,531 

-2,089 
-2,621 
-4,821 

356,878 

359 
25 
8,270 
-930 
2,435 
-108 
3,615 
-181 
4,397 
7,809 
2,159 

-1,000 
17,597 
3,170 
4,089 
2,591 
4,318 

-1,736 
30,691 
4,066 
34,889 
1,656 
1,789 
7,824 
-298 
1,510 



p.c. 



6-46 

2-92 

3-35 

-8-09 

-4-86 

26-31 

271-55 

-0-25 

-4-00 

-3-82 

0-64 

12-14 

18-26 

-5-26 

-5-07 

100-66 

19-40 

46-10 

147-13 

12-10 

40-75 

- 5-22 

23-95 

13-81 

33-48 

-14-66 

9-06 

29-14 

287-64 

-0-02 

68-39 

100-12 

-9-23 

-8-45 

-7-40 

-11-18 

31 64 

2-19 

0-14 

19-18 

-4-28 

13-02 

-0-54 

14-76 

-1-35 

18-08 

24-39 

8-36 

-3-63 

36-44 

11-98' 

19-46 

6-64 

14-07 

-3-23 

216-24 

12-01 

158-83 

7-44 

9-37 

35-10 

-1-52 

5-59 



10 



TABLE 8. 



Population by provinces and Dominion electoral districts 1901-1921, together with 
increase in each decade — Con, 



Electoral Districts 
Circonscriptiona felectorales 



Population 



1921 



1911 



1901 



Increase — Augmentation 



1911-1921 



Number 
Nombre 



p.c. 



1901-1911 



Number 
Nombre 



Quebec — concluded — fi n 

LaurierTOutremont 

Laval-Deux-Montagnes 

L6vis 

L'Islet 

Lotbinifere 

Maisonneuve 

Maskinongfi 

Matane 

Megan tic . ' 

Missisquoi 

Montmagny 

Nicolet 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec County 

Quebec E 

Quebec S 

Quebec W.-p 

Richelieu 

Richmond & Wolfe 

Rimouski 

St. Ann 

St. Antoine 

St. Denis 

St. Hyacinthe-Rouville 

St. James — St-Jacques 

St. Jean & Iberville 

St. Lawrence-St. George 

St. Mary 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

fitanstead 

"•^^misoouata 

Terrebonne 

Trois-Kiviferes & St. Maurice 

Vaudreuil-Soulanges 

VVestmount-St. Henri 

■ Wright ( 

Yamaska. 

Saskatchewan 

Assiniboia 

Battleford 

Humboldt 

Kindersley 

Last Mountain 

Mackenzie 

Maple Creek .' 

Moosejaw 

North Battleford 

Prince Albert 

Qu'Appelle.i 

Regina 

Saltcoats 

Saskatoon 

Swift Current 

Weyburn 

Yukon 

Northwest Territories 

Royal Canadian Navy 



72,047 
28,314 
33,323 
17,859 
21,837 
64,933 
16,945 
36,303 
33,633 
17,709 
21,997 
29,695 
46,201 
34,452 
31,130 
38,330 
27,706 
37,993 
18,764 
42,248 
27,520 
52,049 
32,394 
78,920 
36,754 
42,443 
23,518 
36,912 
63,975 
25,644 
30,786 
23,380 
44,310 
33,908 
50,845 
21,620 
62,909 
21,850 
18,840 

757,510 

34,789 
33,641 
55,225 
44, 772 
50,055 
55,629 
56,064 
50,403 
47,381 
56,829 
34,836 
49,977 
. 43,795 
55,151 
53,275 
35,688 

4,157 

7,988 

485 



44,264 
25,275 
28,913 
16,435 
22,158 
33,796 
16,509 
27,539 
31,314 
17,466 
17,356 
30,055 
31,479 
30,260 
28,046 
30,922 
24,163 
30,506 
19,810 
39,491 
23,951 
41,541 
34,794 
45,141 
35,473 
44,057 
21,882 
38,883 
62,521 
23,976 
23,211' 
20,765 
36,430 
29,018 
36, 153 
20,439 
■ 56,088 
21,171 
20,387 

493,433 

31,975 
21,667 
36,617 
22,299 
33,093 
36,940 
.19,730 
31,552 
24,330 
35,839 
30,470 
44,202 
32,313 
31,633 
28,691 
31,081 

8,513 

6,507 



13,237 
24,686 
26,210 
14,439 
20,039 
12,402 
15,813 
18,521 
23,878 
17,339 
14,757 
27,209 
28,127 
24, 176 
24,381 
28,645 
21,833 
24,897 
18,. 576 
34,137 
21,636 
41,225 
47,653 
10,391 
34,950 
42,618 
20,679 
21,889 
40,631 
23,628 
18,426 
18,998 
29,185 
26,816 
29,311 
20,373 
40,960 
19,589 
21,506 

91,379 

9,053 
1,355 
1,652 
31 
1,575 

11,984 
1,473 
3,725 
4,579 

16,644 

17,133 
6,581 

10,874 

2,964 

484 

1,172 

37,319 

30,139 



27,783 

3,039 

4,410 

1,424 

-321 

31,137 

436 

8,764 

2,319 

•243 

4,641 

-360 

14,722 

4,192 

3,084 

7,408 

3,543 

7,487 

-1,046 

2,757 

3,569 

10,508 

-2,400 

33,779 

1,281 

-1,614 

1,636 

-1,971 

1,454 

1,668 

7,575 

2,615 

7,880 

4,890 

14,692 

1,181 

6,821 

679 

-1,547 

365,078 

2,814 
11,974 
18,608 
22,473 
16,962 
18,689 
36,334 
18,851 
23,051 
20,990 

4,366 

5,775 
11,482 
23,518 
24,584 

4,607 

-4,355 
1,481 



62 
12 
15 

8 
-1 
92 

2 
31 

7 

1 
26 

1 
46 
13 
11 
23 
14 
24 
-5 

6 

14 

25 

-6 

74 

3 
-3 

7 
-5 

2 

6 
32 
12 
21 
16 
40 

5 
12 

3 
-7 



55 
50 

100 
51 
50 

184 
59 
94 
58 
14 
13 
35 
74 
85 
14 

-51 



33-76 



31,027 

589 

2,703 

1,996 

2,119 

21,394 

696. 

9,018 

7,436 

127 

2,599 

2,846- 

3,352 

6,084 

3,665 

2,277 

2,330 

5,609 

1,234 

5,354 

2,315 

316 

-12,859 

34,750 

523 

1,439 

1,203 

16,994 

21,890 

348 

4,785 

1,767 

7,245 

2,202 

6,842 

66 

15,128 

1,682 

-1,119 

401,153 

22,922 
20,312 
34,965 
22,268 
31,518 
24,956 
18,257 
27,827 
19,751 
19,195 
13,337 
37,621 
21,439 
28,669 
28,207 
29,909 

-18,707 

-13,623 



11 



TABLEAU 9. Population classifi6e selon le sexe et la nativitfe par provinces et circonscrip- 

tions 61ectorales f6d6rales, 1921 



Provinces et districts 



Canada 



Alberta 

1 Battle river 

2 Bow River 

3 CalgaryE 

4 Calgary W.-O.... 

5 Edmonton £ 

6 BdmontonW.-O.. 

7 Lotii bridge 

8 Macleod 

9 Medicine Hat 

10 Red Deer 

11 Strathcona 

12 Victoria 



British Columbia 

13 Burrard 

14 Cariboo 

16 Comox-Alberni 

16 Fraser Valley 

17 KootenayE 

18 Kootonay W,-0.... 

19 Nanaimo 

20 New Westminster., 

21 Skeena 

22 Vancouver Centre. , 

23 Vancouver S 

24 Victoria 

25 Yale 



Manitoba— 

26 Brandon -. 

27 Dauphin 

28 Lisgar 

29 Macdonald 

30 Marquette 

31 Neepawa 

32 Nelson 

33 Portage la Prairie., 

34 Provoncher 

35 Selkirk 

36 Souris 

37 Springfield 

38 Winnipeg Centre. . . 

39 Winnipeg N 

40 Winnipeg S 



New Brunswick 

41 Charlotte 

42 Gloucester 

43 Kent 

44 Northumberland 

45 Restigouche&Madawaska 

46 Royal 

47 St. John & Albert 

48 Victoria & Carleton 

49 Westmorland 

60 York & Sunbury 



No»a Scotia 

61 Antigonish&JGuysbcrough 

52 Capo Breton N. & Victoria 

53 Cape Breton S. & Rich- 

mond 

54 Colchester 

56 Cumberland 

66 Digby & Annapolis 

57 Halifax 

68 Hants 

69 Inverness 

00 Kings 

61 Lunenburg .* 

62 Pictou 

63 Shelburne & Queens. . . . 

64 Yarmouth & Clare 



Total 



Both 
Seies 



Les deux 
sexes 



8,788,483 

588,454 
49,173 
55,356 
44,995 
44,341 
66,548 
74,267 
37,699 
34,008 
43,179 
49,629 
42,520 
66,739 

524,582 

69,922 
39,834 
32,009 
23,811 
19,137 
30,502 
48,010 
45,982 
28,934 
60,879 
46,137 
38,727 
35,698 

610,118 

40,183 
35,482 
29,921 
23,824 
41,264 
28,356 
19,806 
22,254 
29,308 
55,396 
'26,410 
68,870 
76; 470 
02,957 
69,628 

387,876 

21,436 
38,684 
23,916 
33,985 
42,977 
32,078 
69,093 
33,900 
53,387 
38,421 

533,837 

27,098 
31,325 

76,362 
25,196 
41,191 
28,965 
97,228 
19,739 
23,808 
23,723 
33,742 
40,851 
23,435 
31,174 



Male 
Hommes 



4,529,945 

324,208 

27,483 
32,460 
23,819 
22,733 
30,719 
41,947 
21,072 
18,976 
23,982 
27,426 
22,682 
30,909 

293,409 

34,387 
23,934 
20,665 
17,054 
11,983 
16,880 
26,079 
25,059 
19,083 
34,867 
23,439 
20,107 
19,872 

320,567 

21,315 
19,254 
15,652 
12,936 
22,433 
15,464 
10,705 
12,027 
16,819 
29,639 
14,341 
.30,935 
39,125 
32,060 
28,862 

197,351 

10,863 
19,697 
12,317 
17,354 
22,268 
16,698 
33,754 
17,706 
26,959 
19,755 

266,472 

13,988 
16,031 

39,759 
12,647 
21,072 
14,633 
48,455 
10,165 
12,421 
12,045 
17,296 
20,537 
11,913 
15,611 



Female 
Femmes 



4,258,538 

264,246 

21,690 
22,896 
21,176 
21,608 
25,829 
32,320 
16,627 
15,032 
19,197 
22,203 
19,838 
25,830 

231,173 

36,535 
15,900 
11,344 
11,767 

7,164 
13,622 
21,931 
20,923 

9,861 
26,012 
22,698 
18,620 
15,826 

289,561 

18,868 
16,228 
14,269 
10,888 
18,821 
12,892 
9,101 
10,227 
13,489 
25,756 
12,069 
27,935 
37,345 
30,897 
30,766 

190,525 

10,582 
18,987 
11,599 
16,631 
20,719 
16,380 
35,339 
16,194 
26,428 
18,666 

267,365 

13,110 
16,294 

36,603 
12,649 
20,119 
14,332 
48,773 
9,674 
11,387 
11,678 
16,447 
20,314 
11,622 
16,663 



Canadian born 

De naissance 
canadienne 



Male 
Hommes 



3,443,403 

166,176 

14,918 
14,174 
11,011 
12,266 
16,669 
23,431 
9,226 
10,181 
11,759 
13,883 
12,107 
16,662 

136,758 

18,171 

12,491 

8,852 

8,649 

4,874 

8,330 

11,664 

12,121 

8,629 

13,147 

11,398 

8,609 

10,023 

198,281 

14,000 
12,890 
12,115 
9,255 
14,623 
10,761 
8,184 
8,180 
10,756 
17,639 
10,416 
19,418 
18,614 
14,805 
16,822 

186,417 
10,050 
19,478 
12,111 
16,943 
21,240 
15,499 
30,519 
16,288 
25,746 
18,543 

243,181 

13,641 
13,359 

32,667 
11,989 
19,624 
14,029 
42,345 
9,718 
12,048 
11,297 
17,076 
18,816 
11,602 
■ 14,981 



Female 
Femmes 



3,389,344 

148,914 

12,743 
11,389 
10,833 
12,637 
16,027 
19,953 
8,168 
8,971 
10,374 
12,328 
11,367 
15,224 

127,288 

19,765 

10,247 

6,643 

7,425 

3,828 

• 7,492 

11,172 

11,622 

6,364 

12,626 

11,495 

9,466 

9,243 

189,462 

13,149 

11,431 

11,666 

8,276 

13,316 

9,594 

7,446 

7,468 

9,787 

16,216 

9,298 

18,448 

19,380 

16,093 

18,994 

180,001 

9,581 
18,795 
11,391 
16,286 
19,740 
14,346 
32,240 
14,795 
25,316 
17,512 

237,151 

12,790 
12,876 

31,436 
11-, 879 
18,803 
13,666 
43,333 
9,150 
11,067 
10,882 
16,231 
18,662 
11,251 
15,136 



British bom 

De naissance 
britannique 



Male 



Hom- 
ines 



567,072 

55,724 

4,024 
4,995 
7,272 
6,679 
5,017 
7,102 
3,677 
3,156 
3,485 
4,375 
3,870 
2,072 

87,769 

12,318 
4,865 
4,624 
3,960 
2,924 
3,926 

10,341 
7,410 
3,807 

10,868 
9,618 
7,788 
5,320 

61,651 

5,242 
1,661 
1,260 
1,646 
4,011 
2,608 
1,102 
1,874 
071 
4,090 
2,822 
3,803 
16,723 
5,980 
9,178 

5,495 

273 

46 

43 

156 

149 

758 

1,980 

624 

687 

779 

15,445 

145 
2,182 

4,516 
419 
886 
279 

4,688 

249 

188 

•478 

87 

1,074 
118 
137 I 



Female 



Fem- 
mes 



498,382 

43,668 

2,823 
3,134 
6,257 
6,007 
4,371 
5,142 
2,913 
2,381 
2,702 
3,133 
3,334 
1,471 

72,983 

12,238 
3,171 
2,919 
2,657 
1,927 
2,983 
9,033 
6,505 
1,666 
8,813 
9,348 
7,699 
4,124 

51,463 

4,179 
1,181 

867 
1,164 
2,770 
1,845 

707 
1,342 

457 
3,193 
1,969 
3,388 
13,962 
5,686 
8,763 

5,214 

321 

56 

38 

140 

126 

649 

2,016 

635 

634 



14,074 

144 
2,106 

3,690 
420 
823 
310 

4,340 

241 

168 

.476 

113 

1,080 
122 
142 



Foreign born 

De naissance 
6trang6re 



Male 



Hom- 
mes 



519,470 

102,308 

8,541 
13,291 
6,536 
3,788 
9,133 
11,414 
8,170 
5,639 
8,738 
9,168 
6,706 
12,186 



3,898 
6,578 
7,189 
4,445 
4,185 
4,624 
4,074 
6,528 
6,747 
10,852 
2,423 
3,810 
4,629 

60,632 

2,067 
4,713 
2,287 
2,036 
3,799 
2,095 
1,419 
1,973 
4,392 
8,010 
1,103 
7,714 
4,883 
11,275 
2,862 

5,439 

630 
173 
163 
255 
869 
441 
1,255 
794 
526 
433 

7,846 

202 
490 

2,686 
239 
563 
326 

1,422 
198 
186 
270 
133 
647 
193 
393 



Female 
Fem- 



370,812 

71,664 

6,124 
8,373 
4,086 
3,064 
6,431 
7,225 
6,546 
3,680 
6,121 
6,742 
5,137 
9,135 

30,902 

3,532 
2,482 
1,782 
1,675 
1,399 
' 3,147 
1,726 
2,896 
1,821 
4,673 
1,866 
1,665 
2,469 

18,626 
1,640 
3,616 
1,846 
1,448 
2,735 
1,453 

948 
1,417 
3,245 
6,347 

802 
6,099 
4,003 
10,118 
3,009 

5,310 

680 
136 
170 
206 
863 
386 
1,083 
864 
479 
455 

6,140 

176 
313 

1,577 
260 
493 
366 

1,100 
183 
152 
321 
103 
572 
149 
385 



12 



TABLE 9. Population c 


lassified 


by Sex 
districts 


and Nat 
, 1921— 


ivity by provinces and 
Continued 


Domu 


lion el< 


jctoral 


.-, . Provinces and Districts 


Total 


Canadian born 

De naissance 
canadienne 


British born 

De naissance 
britannique 


Foreign bom 

De naissance 
6trangfire 


Both 
Sexes 

Les deux 
sexes 


Male 
Hommes 


Female 
Femmes 


Male 
Hommes 


Female 
Femmes 


Male 

Hom- 
mes 


Female 

Fem- 
mes 


Male 

Hom- 
mes 


Female 

Fem- 
mes 




2,933,663 

40,618 
33,676 
20,085 
33,292 
20,872 
23,413 
32,673 
15,415 
24,388 
24,629 
17,306 
27,678 
71,150 
31,425 

39,661 

20,390 

38,573 

16,644 

30,667 

28,384 

21,287 

24,899 

49,820 

39,298 

23,072 

34,451 

23,640 

23,548 

52,139 

24,104 

25,801 

32,888 

32,993 

34,909 

18,994 

48,625 

53,838 

27,994 

25,033 

19,439 

58,565 

26,366 

30,512 

15,420 

31,074 

93,740 

24,527 

22,236 

80,780 

27,022 

23,896 

32,461 

18,382 

13,716 

29,318 

43,300 

26,478 

16,806 

23,956 

27,061 

43,413 

37,122 

22,100' 

24,810 

51,568 

51,768 

64,825 

72,478 

37,596 

68,397 

33,996 

41,698 

33,568 


1,481,890 

22,815 
18,332 
10,180 
16,364 
10,684 
11,904 
16,761 

7,996 
12,338 
12,457 

8,872 
13,860 
37,111 
16,129 

21,573 
10,672 
19,528 

8,266 
15,395 
14,610 
10,889 
12,748 
24,983 
18,893 
11,997 
17,130 
11,657 
11,692 
26,646 
11,666 
13,084 
16,976 
16,332 
17,338 

9,638 
24,874 
25,364 
14,581 
12,678 
10,153 
31,508 
13,305 
15,012 

7,875 
15,762 
43,232 
12,232 
11,133 
38,820 
14,716 
12,371 
16,223 

9,315 

7,101 
14,382 
24,136 
13,429 

8,288 
12,339 
13,765 
22,084 
18,888 
11,227 
12,666 
30,219 
25,326 
31,096 
32,378 
19,336 
32,717 
17,621 
20,591 
16,440 


1,451,772 

17,803 
15,344 

9,905 
16,928 
10,188 
11,509 
■ 15,922 

7,419 
12,050 
12,172 

8,434 
13,818 
34,039 
15,296 

18,088 

9,718 
19,045 

8,378 
15,272 
13,774 
10,398 
12,151 
24,837 
20,405 
11,075 
17,321 
11,883 
11,856 
25,493 
12,438 
12,717 
15,912 
16,661 
17,571 

9,366 
23,751 
28,474 
13,413 
12,355 

9,286 
27,057 
13,061 
15,500 

7,545 
15,312 
50,508 
12,295 
11,102 
41,960 
12,306 
11,525 
16,238 

9,067 

6,616 
14,936 
19,164 
13,049 

8,618 
11,617 
13,296 
21,329 
18,234 
10,873 
12,155 
21,349 
26,442 
33,729 
40, 100 
18,261 
35,680 
16,374 
21,107 
17,128 


1,139,262 

19,188 
12,532 

8,458 
11,307 

9,730 
10,910 
14,304 

7,263 
11,730 
10,426 

7,676 
11,061 
26,629 
13,714 

12,726 

9,852 

18,327 

7,662 

13,669 

13,442 

9,616 

9,685 

14,606 

12,333 

11,151 

15,018 

10,613 

10,740 

21,967 

8,917 

11,576 

14,127 

.14,861 

15,265 

9,003 

17,521 

18,209 

11,350 

11,420 

8,252 

26,661 

11,539 

13,323 

7,120 

12,083 

34,921 

10,122 

9,293 

26,051 

12,543 

9,765 

13,499 

8,287 

6,555 

11,541 

15,100 

13,135 

7,509 

11,248 

12,658 

20,453 

16,628 

10,014 

10,814 

22,215 

12,778 

18,988 

21,803 

10,341 

18,746 

15,932 

17,506 

12,354 


1,152,717 

15,999 
11,541 

8,269 
12,073 

9,365 
10,654 
13,952 

6,904 
11,489 
10,442 

7,403 
11,246 
25,697 
13,325 

11,740 
9,090 
17,966 
7,829 
13,770 
12,750 
9,369 
9,501 
15,564 
14,008 
10,409 
16,449 
10,907 
10,985 
21,508 
10,060 
11,487 
13,491 
15,350 
15,779 
8,811 
17,461 
21,495 
10,871 
11,267 
7,841 
23,645 
11,413 
13,657 
6,930 
12,273 
42,710 
10,393 
9,496 
29,480 
10,954 
9,465 
13,837 
8,242 
6,182 
12,145 
13,382 
12,804 
7,812 
10,685 
12,358 
19,868 
16,400 
9,813 
10,788 
17,329 
15,939 
21,826 
27,115 
11,204 
21,932 
15,094 
18,485 
13,169 


237,220 

1,030 

1,951 

1,513 

3,900 

790 

677 

2,036 

660 

418 

1,783 

981 

2,302 

5,278 

1,054 

3,464 

629 

663 

380 

1,436 

783 

895 

2,722 

7,088 

4,376 

624 

1,562 

■ 870 

744 

2,633 

2,003. 

1,051 

1,892 

1,096 

1,580 

482 

5,239 

5,676 

2,872 

1,009 

1,485 

1,964 

1,376 

1,423 

647 

2,882 

6,421 

1,806 

1,690 

10,662 

1,214 

2,326 

2,181 

772 

461 

2,395 

3,566 

118 

656 

450 

432 

1,083 

1,698 

1,066 

1,608 

3,183 

6,191 

10,197 

9,008 

5,346 

7,093 

1,437 

1,067 

3,201 


222,357 

708 
1,644 
1,424 
3,892 

659 

569 
1,684 

440 

350 
1,496 

809 
2,106 
4,430 

818 

2,846 

438 

614 

361 

1,252 

682 

712 

2,369 

7,072 

4,618 

524 

1,520 

703 

651 

2,243 

1,940 

846 

1,577 

1,049 

1,371 

404 

4,767 

5,670 

2,271 

826 

1,153 

1,680 

1,204 

1,547 

552 

2,511 

5,400 

1,652 

1,364 

10,601 

901 

1,884 

1,965 

627 

373 

2,391 

2,805 

103 

576 

363 

378 

960 

1,511 

937 

1,206 

2,117 

5,819 

10,351 

11,278 

4,619 

7,409 

1,133 

932 

3,235 


105,408 

2,697 

3,849 

209 

1,157 

164 

317 

411 

83 

190 

248 

216 

497 

5,204 

1,361 

5,383 

191 

538 

224 

290 

385 

378 

441 

3,200 

2,184 

222 

560 

174 

208 

2,046 

746 

457 

957 

375 

493 

153 

2,114 

1,479 

359 

249 

416 

2,893 

390 

266 

108 

797 

2,890 

304 

250 

2,107 

969 

280 

643 

256 

85 

446 

5,470 

176 

123 

641 

676 

548 

562 

147 

233 

4,821 

6,357 

1,911 

1,567 

3,648 

6,878 

252 

2,019 

885 


76,698 


65 Algoma 13 


1,096 


66 Algoma W.-O 


2,269 




212 


68 Brantford 


963 


69 Bruce N 


164 


70 Bruce S 


286 




286 




86 


73 Dundas 


211 




234 


75 Elgin E 


222 


76 Elgin W.-O 


467 


77 Esses N 


3,912 


78 Essex S 


1,153 


79 Fort William & Rainy 


3,502 




.190 


81 Glengarry & Stormont 

82 Grenville 


465 
188 


83 Grey N 


250 


84 Grey S E 


342 




. 317 


86 Halton 


281 




2,201 


88 Hamilton W.-O 


1,779 


89 Hastings E 


142 


90 Hastings W.-O 


352 


91 Huron N 


183 




220 


93 Kent 


1,742 




438 




384 


96 Lambton W.-O 


844 


97 Lanark 


262 


98 Leeds 


421 


99 Lennox & Addington 

100 Lincoln 


141 
1,523 




1,309 


102 Middlesex E 


271 


103 Middlesex W.-O 


262 


104 Muskoka 


292 




1,732 


106 Norfolk 


444 




298 


108 Ontario N 


63 




528 


110 Ottawa 


2,398 


HI Oxford N 


250 


112 Oxford S 


242 


113 Parkdale 


1,879 




451 


116 Peel 


176 


116 Perth N ■. 


438 


117 Perth S 


198 


118 Peterborough E 


60 


119 Peterborough W-O 

120 Port Arthur & Kenora. . . . 

121 Prescott 


400 

2,977 

142 


122 Prince Edward 


130 


123 Renfrew N 


569 


124 Renfrew S 


560 


125 Russell 


501 


126 Simcoe E 


323 




123 


128 Simcoe S 


161 


129 Timiskaming 


1,903 


130 Toronto Centre 


4,684 


131 TorontoE 


1,552 


132 Toronto N 


1,707 


133 Toronto S 


2,438 


134 Toronto W.-O 


6,339 


135 Victoria 


147 


136 Waterloo N 


1,690 


137 WaterlooS 


724 



. 13 



tABLEAU 9. 



Population classifi^e selon le sexe et la nativity par provinces et circonscrip- 
tions 61ectorales ffed^rales, 1921 — suile 



Provinces et districts 



Total 



Both 
Sexes 



Les deux 
sexes 



Male 
Hommes 



Female 
Femmes 



Canadian born 

De naissance 
canadienne 



Male 
Hommes 



Female 
Femmes 



British born 



De naissanco 
britannique 



Male 



Hom- 
mes 



Female 



Fem- 
mes 



Foreign born 

De naissance 
6trang6re 



Male 



Hom- 
ines 



Female 
Fem- 



)ntarlo — Continued — suite 



138 WcUand 

139 Wellington N. 

140 Wellingtons... 

141 Wentworth.... 

142 YorkE..- 

143 York N... ■...., 

144 YorkS 

145 YorkW.-O.... 



*Tlnce Edward Island . 

146 Kings 

147 Prince 

148 Queens 



luebec 

149 Argenteuil 

160 Bagot 

151 Beauce 

152 Beauharnois 

153 Bellechasse 

154 Berthier 

155 Bonaventure 

156 Brome 

157 Chambly & Verchdres 

158 Champlain 

159 Charlevoix-Montmorency. 

160 Chftteauguay-Huntingdon, 

161 Chicoutimi-Saguenay 

162 Compton 

163 Dorchester 

164 Drummond & Arthabas- 

.ka 

165 Gasp6 

166 George-BtienneCartier.... 

167 Hochelaga..." 

168 Hull ■.... 

169 Jacques Cartier 

170 Joliotte 

171 Kamouraska 

172 Labelle 

173 Laprairie & Napierville. . . 

174 L'Assomption-Montcalm . . 

175 Laurier-Outremont 

176 Laval-Deux-Montagnes.... 

177 Uvis 

178 L'Islet 

179 Lotbinitoe 

180 Maisonneuve 

181 Maakinongfi 

182 Matane 

183 M^gantio 

184 Missisquoi 

185 Montmagny 

186 Nicolet 

187 Pontiac 

188 Portneuf 

189 Quebec County-Comt€ 

100 QuobecE 

191 Quebec S 

192 Quebec W.-O 

193 Richelieu .-.. 

194 Richmond & Wolfe 

195 Rimouski 

196 Ste. Anne 

197 St. Antoine 

198 St. Denis 

199 St. Hyacinthe-Eouville... 

200 St. Jacques 

201 St. Jean & Iberville 

202 St. Laurent-St. George... . 

203 Ste. Marie 

204 ShefEord 

205 Sherbrooke 



66,668 
19,833 
34,327 
64,449 
77,950 
23,136 
,100,054 
70,681 

88,615 

20,445 
31,520 
36,650 

2,361,199 

17,165 
18,035 
53,841 
19,888 
21,190 
19,817 
29,092 
13,471 
34,643 
48,009 
28,874 
26,731 
90,609 
32,285 
28,954 

44,823 
40,375 
54,800 
73,626 
43,541 
89,297 
25,913 
22,014 
36,927 
20,065 
28,318 
72,047 
28,314 
33,323 
17,869 
21,837 
64,933 
16,946 
36,303 
33,633 
17,709 
21,997 
29,696 
46,201 
34,452 
31,130 
38,330 
27,706 
37,993 
18,764 
42,243 
27,520 
62,049 
32,394 
78,920 
36,754 
42,443 
23,518 
36,912 
63,975 
25,644 
30,786 



30,360 
10,182 
17,161 
32,574 
38,163 
11,840 
49,572 
35,361 

44,887 
10,570 
16.026 
18,291 

1,180 028 

9,085 

9,003 
27,320 

9,805 
10,665 

9,927 
14,879 

7,024 
17,285 
24,760 
14,642 
13,582 
47,182 
16,945 
15,038 

22,816 
20,946 
26,746 
35,828 
22,020 
44, 178 
12,700 
11,137 
18,931 
10,352 
14,225 
34,201 
14,459 
16,523 

9,097 
10,992 
32,398 

8,609 
18,795 
17,161 

8,887 
11,341 
14,841 
25,169 
17,350 
15,234 
17,836 
12,239 
18,349 

9,289 
21,693 
13,865 
25,884 
14,823 
38,276 
17,010 
20,462 
11,943 
18,150 
30,842 
12,970 
15,148 



30,308 
9,651 
17,166 
31,875 
39,787 
11,296 
60,484 
35,320 

43,728 

9,876 
15,494 
18,359 

1,181,171 

8,080 

9,032 
26,621 
10,083 
10,626 

9,890 
14,213 

6,447 
17,358 
23,249 
14,232 
13,149 
43,427 
16,340 
13,916 

22,007 
19,430 
28,054 
37,698 
21,521 
45,119 
13,213 
10,877 
16,996 

9,713 
14,093 
37,846 
13,865 
16,800 

8,762 
10,846 
32,635 

8,336 
17,508 
16,472 

8,822 
10,656 
14,854 
21,032 
17,102 
15,896 
20,494 
16,467 
19,644 

9,475 
20,655 
13,665 
26,165 
17,671 
40,644 
18,844 
21,981 
11,675 
18,762 
33,133 
12,674 
15,638 



23,668 
9,336 
13,628 
20,845 
22,248 
10,249 
28,532 
22,618 

43,702 

10,263 
16,724 
17,715 

1,082,483 

8,597 

8,794 
27,052 

9,357 
10,569 

9,752 
14,742 

6,280 
15,329 
23,940 
14,688 
12,982 
46,408 
15,720 
14,967 

22,269 
20,677 
17,235 
30,769 
21,233 
35,466 
12,350 
10,973 
18,328 

9,986 
13,932 
26,228 
13,048 
16,322 

9,001 

. 10,867 

26,609 

8,522 
18,470 
16,625 

8,121 
11,231 
14,717 
24,287 
■17,112 
15,114 
17,382 
11,385 
18,094 

9,100 
20,671 
13,705 
17,692 
10,199 
33,334 
17,311 
18,437 
11,309 
10,313 
28,415 
12,405 
13,369 



21,494 
8,953 
14,091 
21,002 
23,890 
9,987 
29,680 
23,078 

42,548 

9,583 
15,154 
17,811 

1,090,140 

7,620 

8,778 
26,257 

9,680 
10,445 

9,734 
14,129 

5,717 
15,564 
22,666 
14,133 
12,672 
42,949 
14,239 
13,852 

21,478 
19,298 
19,046 
33,169 
20,820 
36,882 
12,824 
10,709 
16,609 

9,486 
13,845 
29,891 
13,676 
16,593 

8,691' 
10,710 
27,373 

8,265 
17,249 
16,089 

8,062 
10,557 
14,708 
20,414 
16,935 
15,764 
20,057 
14,488 
19,459 

9,271 
19,621 
13,505 
18,114 
12,879 
36,039 
18,203 
20,341 
11,048 
12,114 
30,864 
12,114 
13,929 



5,905 
682 

2,764 
10,133 
14,396 

1,318 
19,377 
10,529 

509 

128 

91 

290 

44,830 

318 
16 
29 

287 
2 
12 
77 

378 
1,481 

142 
10 

290 

266 

663 
2 

73 

134 

706 

2,664 

333 

■5,735 

41 

4 

105 

155 

92 

3,493 

137 

25 

5 

2 

3,823 

11 

20 

88 

290 

3 

4 

287 



82 

491 

63 

16 

366 

14 

6,663 

2,759 

2,203 

91 

265 

210 

3,466 

861 

155 

951 



4,877 
633 

2,663 

9,611 
14,565 

1,087 
19,312 

9,919 

565 

144 
115 
306 

45 034 

311 
21 
26 

239 

10 

39 

304 

1,381 

111 

20 

229 

186 

500 

2 

75 

48 

765 

2,600 

326 

5,667 

33 

3 

65 

95 

86 

3,722 

99 

32 



3,651 

2 

18 

79 

244 



209 

51 

42 

97 

604 

47 

11 

263 

9 

6,901 

3,218 

2,244 

76 

180 

132 

3,612 

886 

141 

837 



6,887 

164 

769 

1,616 

1,620 

273 

1,663 

2,214 

676 

179 
211 
286 

52,715 

170 
193 
239 
161 

94 
163 

60 
366 
475 
678 

44 
310 
519 
662 

79 

474 

134 

8,805 

2,395 

454 

2,987 

309 

160 

498 

211 

201 

4,480 

374 

176 

91 

123 

1,866 

76 

306 

448 

476 

107 

120 

695 

169 

81 

372 

363 

202 

173 

666 

146 

1,539 

1,865 

2,739 

508 

1760 

424 

4,371 

1,566 

410 

828 



3,937 

165 

512 

1,262 

1,332 

222 

1,490 

1,723 

615 

148 
225 
242 

f 5,997 

149 
233 
238 
164 

80 
146 

45 
426 
413 
472 

79 
348 
292 
601 

62 

454 

84 

8,243 

1,929 

375 

2,580 

366 

165 

332 

133 

162 

4,233 

181 

175 

63 

127 

1,611 

69 

241 

304 

516 

93 

140 

409 

116 

90 

340 

376 

138 

193 

671 

141 

1,160 

1,474 

2,361 

566 

1,460 

395 

3,036 

1,383 

419 

872 



TABLE 9. Population classified by Sex and Nativity by provinces and Dominion electora 

districts, 1921 — Concluded 



Provinces and districts 



Total 



Both 

Sexes 


Male 


Les deux 


Hommes 


sexes 




23,380 


11,714 


44,310 


22,638 


33,908 


16,972 


50,845 


25,438 


21,620 


10,969 


62,009 


29,785 


21,850 


11,424 


18,840 


9,432 


757,510 


413,700 


34,789 


18,831 


33,641 


18,561 


65,225 


30,300 


44,772 


25,758 


50,055 


27,731 


55,629 


29,907 


56,064 


31,318 


50,403 


27,376 


47,381 


26,121 


56,829 


31,064 


34,836 


18,819 


49,977 


26,396 


43,795 


23,621 


55,151 


28,862 


53,375 


29,220 


35,668 


19,826 


4,197 


2,819 


7,988 


4,139 


485 


485 



Female 
Femmes 



Canadian bom 



De naissance 
canadienne 



Male 
Hommes 



Female 
Femmes 



British bom 

De naissance 
britannique 



Male 

Hom- 
mes 



Female 

Fem- 
mes 



Foreign bom 

Do naissance 
fitrangfere 



Male 

Hom- 
mes 



Female, 

Fem- 
mes 



Quebec— Concluded— Fin. 

206 Stanstead ■.,.. 

207 Tfimiscouata 

208 Terrebonne 

209 Trois-RiviSres & St. Mau- 

rice 

210 Vaudreuil-Soulanges 

211 Westmount-St. Henri 

212 Wright 

213 Yamaska 

SaskatcheTran 

214 Assiniboia 

216 Battleford 

216 Humbolt 

217 Kindersley 

218 Last Mountain 

219 Mackenzie 

220 Maple Creek 

221 Moosejaw : 

222 North Battleford 

223 Prince-Albert 

224 Qu'Appelle 

225 Regina.: 

226 Saltcoats 

227 Saskatoon 

228 Swift Current 

229 Weybum 

Yukon 

Northwest Territories 

Boyal Canadian Navy 



11,666 
21,672 
16,936 

25,407 
10,661 
33,124 
10,426 
9,408 

343,810 

15,958 
15,080 
24,925 
19,014 
22,324 
25,722 
24,746 
23,027 
21,260 
25,775 
16,017 
23,582 
20, 174 
26,289 
24,056 
16,862 

1,338 

3,859 



10,686 
22,311 
16,282 

24,231 
10,507 
25,590 
11,103 
9,304 

241,557 

12,268 
10,411 
16,438 
15,907 
15,960 
16,573 
15,522 
15,782 
16,167 
19,342 
12,757 
16,164 
13,829 
17,378 
17,766 
11,293 

1,583 

3,951 

49 



10,432 
21,348 
16,375 

24,350 
10,396 
28,345 
10,174 
9,299 

216,376 

11,162 
9,186 
14,660 
12,620 
13,917 
16,420 
13,442 
14,288 
13,416 
17,217 
11,643 
14,448 
12,850 
16,509 
15,718 
9,880 

1,017 

3,830 



487 

16 

284 

344 

180 

2,448 

233 

2 

57,430 

2,730 
3,268 
2,826 
4,091 
3,647 
2,190 
2,983 
5,141 
3,698 
3,797 
3,397 
6,214 
2,650 
5,646 
3,397 
1,766 

486 

80 

433 



449 

8 

233 

307 

156 

3,141 

181 



42,925 

1,939 
2,254 
2,049 
2,756 
2,586 
1,567 
1,959 
4,186 
2,612 
2,751 
2,484 
5,176 
1,905 
4,982 
2,403 
1,316 

86 

13 



642 
311 
406 

■ 863 

282 

1,747 

■ 88 

126 

114,713 

3,833 
4,882 
11,036 
6,760 
8,124 
11,144 
12,813 
6,453 
7,256 
7,915 
2,666 
6,017 
7,142 
5,838 
8,067 
6,778 

750 



786 
316 
328 

75t 

IOC 

1,63S 

71 

loe 

84,601 

2,85- 
3,64( 
8,21f 
3,63f 
5,82: 
8,73; 
9,34! 
4,56! 
6^23! 
6,80' 
1,09( 
3,961 
5,41! 
4,791 
6,93' 
4,66( 

23i 

1 



15 



TABLEAU 10. Population des cit6s, des villes et des villages de 1,000 habitants et plus, 
1871-1921, groupfis selon leur importance en 1921. 

(C— City— cit6; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) 



Cit6s, villes et 
villages 



lontreal, c 

"oronto, c 

Winnipeg, c 

anoouver, c 

Hamilton, c 

ttawa, 

luebec, c 

ialgary , c 

ondon, c 

dmonton, o 

[alifax, 

t. John, c 

jotoria, c 

indsor, o 

egina, c 

rantford, c 

iskatoon, o 

erdun, o 

ull.c 

lerbrooke, o 

^dney, c 

hrce Rivers, c 

tohener, c 

ingston, c 

lult Ste. Marie, o 

terborough, c 

)rt William, c 

Catharines, c 

Dose Jaw, c 

aelph, 

3stmount, c 

jncton, c 

ace Bay, t-v 

atford, c 

Thomas, c 

chine, o 

andon, o 

irt Arthur, c ■. . 

rnia, c : . 

agara Falls, c 

w Westminster, o. . 

atham, c 

tremont, c 

It, c , 

Boniface, c. 

^rlottetown and 

floyalty, c 

Ueville, c 

en Sound, c 

hawa, t-v 

bhbridge, c 

Hyacinthe, c 

rth Bay, t-v. 



Provinces 



Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Br. Columbia., 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Nova Scotia... 
N. Brunswick.. 
Br. Columbia. 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan . 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan. 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia. . . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan . 

Ontario 

Quebec 

N. Brunswick.. 
Nova Scotia... 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Br. Columbia.. 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 



Population 



1921 



P. E. Island. 

Ontario 

Ontario '. . 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Quebec 

Ontario 



618,506 
521,893 
179,087 
117,217 
114,151 
107,843 
95, 193 
63,305 
60,959 
58,821 
58,372 
47,166 
38,727 
38,591 
34,432 
29,440 
25,739 
25,001 
24,117 
23,515 
22,545 
22,367 
21,763 
21,753 
21,092 
20,994 
20,541 
19,881 
19,285 
18,128 
17,593 
17,488 
17,007 
16,094 
16,026 
15,404 
15,397 
14,886 
14,877 
14,764 
14,495 
13,256 
13,249 
13,216 
12,821 

12,347 
12,206 
12,190 
11,940 
11,097 
10,859 
10,692 
10,625 



1911 



490,504(1) 
381,833(2) 
136,035 
100,401 
81,969 
87,062 
78,710 
43,704 
46,300 
31,064(<) 
46,619 
42,511 
31,660 
17,829 
30,213 
23,132 
12,004 
11,629 
18,222 
16,405 
17,723 
13,691 
15,196 
18,874 
14,920(5) 
18,360 
16,499 
12,484 
13,823 
15,175 
14,579 
11,345 
16, 562 
12,g'46 
14,054 
11,688(1) 
13,839 
11,220 

9,947 

9,248 
13,199 
10,770 

4,820 
10,299 

7,483 

11,203 
9,876 

12,558 
7,436 
9,035 
9,797 
7,737 
4,265 



1901 



328, 172 

209,892(8) 

42,340 

27,010 

52,634 

59,928 

68,840 

4,392 

37,976 

4,176 

40,832 

40,711 

20,919 

12,153 

2,249 

16,619 

113 

1,898 

13,993 

11,765 

9,909 

9,981 

9,747 

17,961 

7,169 

12,886 

3,633 

9,946 

1,558 

11,496 

8,856 

9,026 

6,945 

9,959 

11,485 

6,365 

5,620 

3,214 

8,176 

5,702 

6,499 

9,068 

1,148 

7,866 

2,019 

12,080 
9,117 
8,776 
4,394 
2,072 
9,210 
2,530 
2,768 



1891 



219,616 
181,215 
25,639 
13,709 
48,959 
44, 154 
63,090 
3,876 
31,977 

38,437 
39,179 
16,841 
10,322 

12,753 

296 

11,264 

10,110 

2,427 

8,334 

7,425 

19,263 

2,414 

9,717 

9,170 

10,537 
3,076 
8,762 
2,459 
9,500 

10,366 
3,761 
3,778 

6,692 
3,349 
6,678 
9,052 
795 
7,535 
1,553 

11,373 
9,916 
7,497 
4,066 

7,016 



1881 



155,238 

96,196 

7,985 

36,661 
31,307 
62,446 

26,266 

36,100 

41,353 

5,925 

6,561 

9,616 



6,890 
7,227 
1,480 
8,670 
4,054 
14,091 
780 
6,812 

9,631 

9,890 

884 

5,032 

8,239 
8,367 
2,406 



3,874 
2,347 
1,500 
7,873 

5,187 
1,283 

11,485 

9,516 

■ 4,426 

3,992 

5,321 



1871 



115,000 

59,000 

241 

26,880 
24, 141 
59,699 

18,000 

29,582 

41,325 

3,270 

4,253 

8,107 



3,800 
4,432 

7,570 

2,743 

12,407 

879 

4,611 

7,864 

6,878 
200 
600 

4,313 
2,197 
1,696 



2,929 

5,873 
3,827 



8,807 
7,305 
3,369 
3,185 

3,746 



iwinigan Falls, o. . . . Quebec 

(') Includea Maisonneuvo, Cartierville, Bordeaux and Sault au RecoUet, less Asylum (2,494) St. Jean de Dieu. 

(') Comprend Maisonneuve, Cartierville, Bordeaux et Sault au Mcollet, moins I'asile St-Jean de Dieu (2,494). 

(') Includes North Toronto less 87 transferred to township of York. 

(') Comprend Toronto Nord, moins 67 transfdr^s au canton de York. 

(') Includes North Toronto. 

(') Comprend Toronto Nord. 

(') Includes town of Strathcona. 

{') Comprend la ville do Strathcona. 

(') Includes Steelton. 

(*) Comprend Steelton. 

(•) Includes parish of Lachine and Summerlea town. 

(•) Comprend la paroisse de Lachine et la ville de Summerlea. 



16 



TABLE 10. Population of cities, "towns and villages of 1,000 population and over, 1871-1921 
arranged according to size in 1921 — Continued 

(C— City— cit6; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) 



Cities, Towns and 
Villages 


Provinces 


Population 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1891 


1881 


1871 


Lfevis c 


Quebec . ... 


10,470 

10,043 

9,998 

9,935 

9,634 

9,215 
9,113 
9,088 
8,974 
8,937 
8,774 
8,654 
8,621 
8,327 
8,174 
8,114 
7,899 
7,886 
7,875 
7,734 
7,703 
7,652 
7,631 
7,620 
7,562 
7,558 
7,419 
7,073 
7,059 
7,016 
6,936 
6,790 
6,'785 
6,766 
6,738 
6,585 
6,393 
5,902 
5,883 
5,882 
5,870 
5,681 
5,615 
5,603 
5,570 
5,544 
5,491 
5,423 
5,407 
5,327 
5,324 
5,312 
5,230 
5,159 
5,151 
5,150 
4,978 
4,966 
4,906 
4,851 


8,7030 
9,374 
8,973 
9,320 
5,608 

9,449 
6,346 
8,306 
6,383 
5,880 
6,828 
5,318 
4,150 
7,470 
8,420 
7,208 
5,058 
7,261 
5,626 
5,903 
6,774 
8,196(8) 
4,783 
6,964 
6,107 
6,254 
6,598 
6,600 
3,302 
4,663 
6,420 
6,370 
4,750 
5,892 

5,418 

4,184 

3,988' 

4,359 

7,090 

5,713 

,2,934 
3,817 
4,400 
3,473 
3,883 
6,158 
5,074 
3,169 
3,910 
4,476 
3,978 
2,309 
4,763 
4,299 
3,978 
3,846 
2,354 


9,242 
8,940 
4,964 
8,833 
1,570 

11,055 
4,220 
6,130 
4,447 
3,826 
4,907 
1,863 
2,027 
3,191 
7,057 
7,117 
4,806 
3,256 
5,156 
4,030 
4,569 

2,511 
7,003 
5,993 
1,785 
6,704 
6,430 
1,595 
3,174 
5,949 
5,155 
3,773 
3,901 

4,646 

4,217 
3,537 
5,755 

4,559 

2,652 
4,150 
3,619 
2,308 
5,202 
4,239 
776 
2,335 
5,273(9) 
3,516 
700 
4,573 
3,173 
3,416 
3,153 


7,301 
8,791 
3,781 
8,612 

5,515 
3,347 
4,595 
3,776 
2,277 
4,752 
2,035 

2,442 
6,669 
6,502 
6,252 

4,401 
4,722 
4,175 

6,081 
5,102 

6,805 
6,089 

2,088 
5,550 
3,864 
1,710 
3,363 

2,513 

2,941 
4,939 

4,813 

2,042 

1,806 
4,829 

4,191 
3,546 


7,597 
7,609 
2,274 
5,373 

' 3,906 
3.268 
1,645 
2,595 
1,935 
2,911 
1,870 

2,340 
5,791 
6,218 
3,786 

2,820 

4,314 

■2,291 

5,080 
3,461 

4,468 
3,485 

1,095 
4,854 
2,087 
1,040 

_ 

- 
1,520 

2,066 
4,445 

900 
1,920 
4,957 

4,318 
3,709 


6,69 
5,10 

3,98 

1,80 
3,04 

1,39 
1,32 
1,11 

5,6; 
6,0( 

1,5( 

3,o; 

1,5' 

4,0' 

. 2,0 
2,5 

3,3 
1,1 

8 

_ 

1,5 

2,i 

1,67 
4,4 

4,( 

3,: 


BrockviUe, t-v 


Ontario .' 




Nova Scotia 




Medicine Hat, c 


Alberta 


Valleyfield (de Sala- 








Nanaimo and[Suburbs,c 
New Glasgow, t-v 


Br. Columbia.. . 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 


OriUia t-v . ... 


Ontario 


Welland c 


Ontario 


Sudbury, t-v ■. 


Ontario 


Sydney Mines, t-v 

Sorel, c 


Nova Scotia 

Quebec 


Fredericton, c 


N. Brunswick... 
Nova Scotia.... 


Dartmouth, t-v 






St. Jean c 


Quebec 




Quebec . .... 


North Vancouver, c... . 
Grand'Mere c 


Br. Columbia... 
Quebec 


Lindsay, t-v 


Ontario 


Truro, t-v 


Nova Scotia 

Saskatchewan . . 
Ontario 


Prince Albert, c 

Cornwall, t-v 


Yarmouth, t-v 


Nova Scotia. . . . 
Ontario 


Walkerville, t-v 






Barrie t-v 


Ontario 


Smith's Falls, t-v 




Granbv c 


Quebec 


Portage la Prairie, c. . . 
Cap de IaMadeleine,trV 

North Sydney, 1>-v 

Prince Rupert, c 

Trenton t-v 


Manitoba- 

Ouebec 


Nova Scotia.... 
Br. Columbia... 
Ontario 


Waterloo, t-v 


Ontario 


CoUingwood, t-v 

Ford City, t>-v 








Nova Scotia 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 


New Waterford, t-v 

La Tuque, t-v 


Campbellton, t-v 

Hawkesbury, t-v 

St-J6r6me t-v 


N. Brunswick... 


Quebec 






I^enora, t-v 


Ontario 






Eastview, t-v . ... 


Ontario 


Stellarton, t-v 


Nova Scotia 

Br. Columbia... 






Yorkton, t-v 


Saskatchewan . . 




Dundas t-v 


Ontario 


Lauzon, t-v 


Quebec. .' 






Jonquifere, t-v 


Quebec 



(') Includes Notre-Dame de la Victoire. 
O Comprend Notre-Dame de la Victoire. 
(') Includes North Vancouver district. 
(») Comprend le district de Vancouver Nord. 



17 



ABLEAU 10. Population des cites, des villes et des villages de 1,000 habitants et plus. 
1871-1921, group68 selon leur importance en 1921 — suite 

(C— City— cit6; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) 



Citfis, villes et 
villages 



lorold, t-v 

)ngueuil, o 

estville, t-v 

rampton, t-v 

aatham, t-v 

amioops, 

)rt Hope, t-v 

)balt, t-v 

ndwich, t-v 

nprior, t-v 

iris, t-v 

!mie, c 

anscona, t-v 

Dntmagny, t-v 

urgeon Falls, t-v 

3rth Battleford, c... 

aderich, t-v . 

netanguishene, t-v.. 

Imundston, t-v 

lUaoeburg, t-v 

mcoe, t-v 

. Lambert, t-v 

iuphin, t-v 

. Mary's, t-v 

mmins, t-v 

irleton Place, t-v... . 

lokingham, t-v 

ist Angus, t-v 

rth, t-v 

ctoriaville, t-v 

mico, t-v 

lileybury, t-v 

Ikirk, t-v 

rnon, o 

amington, t-v. ..... 

swmarket, t-v 

mouski, t-v 

manoque, t-v 

ndsor, t-v 

laticook, t-v 

rry Sound, t-v 

.Pierre, t-v 

dft Current, c 

iwcastle, t-v 

)ckland, t-v 

. Stephen, t-v 

rt Colborne, t-v 

)odstock, t-v 

3ton, t-v 

rnham, t-v 

thurst, t-v 

chrane, t-v 

kville, t-v 

auport, vl 

wmanville, t-v 

Laurent, t-v 

mmerside, t-v 

innville, t-v 

yburn, c 

mberland, c 

ston, t-\ 

trolia, t-v 

tdge water, t-v 



Provinces 



Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia. . . 

Ontario 

N. Brunswick.. 
Br. Columbia., 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Br. Columbia.. 

Manitoba 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan . 

Ontario 

Ontario 

N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Br. Columbia.. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec. .: 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia... 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan . 
N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

Quebec 

N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

P. E. Island..., 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan. . 
Br. Columbia... 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia 



Population 



1921 



4,825 
4,682 
4,550 
4,527 
4,506 
4,501 
4,456 
4,449 
4,415 
• 4,077 
4,368 
4,343 
4,185 
4,145 
4,125 
4,108 
4,107 
4,037 
4,035 
4,006 
3,953 
3,890 
3,885 
3,847 
3,843 
3,841 
3,835 
3,802 
3,790 
3,759 
3,751 
3,743 
3,726 
3,685 
3,675 
3,626 
3,612 
3,604 
3,591 
3,554 
3,546 
3,535 
3,518 
3,507 
3,496 
3,452 
3,415 
3,380 
3,356 
3,343 
3,327 
3,306 
3,298 
3,240 
3,233 
3,232 
3,228 
3,224 
3,193 
3,176 
3,166 
3,148 
3,147 



1911 



2,273 
3,972 
4,417 
3,412 
4,666 
3,772 
5,092 
5,638 
2,302 
4,405 
4,098 
3,146 

2,6l7 
2,199 
2,105 
4,522 
3,568 
1,821 
3,438 
3,227 
3,344 
2,815 
, 3,388 

3,621 

3,854 

3,588 
3,028 
1,373 
3,874 
2,977 
2,671 
2,652 
2,996 
3,097 
3,804 
3,452 
3,165 
3,429 
2,201 
1,852 
2,945 
3,397 
2,836 
1,624 
3,856 
3,564 
3,560 
960 
1,715 
2,372 

2,814 
1,860 
2,678 
2,861 
2,210 
1,237 
1,875 
3,518 
2,775 



1901 



1,979 
2,835 
3,471 
2,748 
4,868 

4,188 

1,450 
4,152 
3,229 



1,919 
1,418 

4,158 
2,422 

2,763' 
2,627 
1,362 
1,135 
3,384 

4,059 
2,936 

3,588 

1,693 

437 

2,188 
802 
2,451 
2,125 
1,804 
3,526 
3,398 
2,880 
2,884 
505 
121 
2,507 
1,998 
2,840 
1,253 
3,644 
3,698 
3,114 
1,044 

1,643 

2,731 
1,390 
2,875 
2,105 
113 
732 
1,083 
4,135 
2,203 



1891 



3,152 



5,042 



3,341 
3,094 



3,839 



1881 



1871 



2,202 



5,581 



2,147 
3,173 



4,564 



5,114 



1,714 
2,640 



3,954 



(') Included suburbs in 1901. 

(') Comprenait la banlieue en 1901. 



18 



TABLE 10. Population of cities, towns and villages of 1,000 population and over, 1871-1921 
arranged according to size in 1921 — Continued 

(C— City— oitfe; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) 



Cities, Towns and 
Villages 


Provinces 


Population 


1921 


1911 


1901 


1891 


1881 


1871 1 






3,140 
3,109 

3,050 
3,043 
3,038 
3,020 
2,988 
2,974 
2,970 
2,963 
2,890 
2,852 
2,844 

2,812 

2,808 

2,800 

2,799 

2,792 

2,782 

2,781 

2,777 

2,769- 

2,748 

2,725 

2,717 

2,709 

2,691 

2,669 

2,656 

2,650 

2,636 

2,617 
2,603 
2,597 
2,592 
2,557 
2,544 
2,520 
2,499 
2,477 
2,454 
2,451 
2,450 
2,426 
2,401 
2,390 
2,351 
2,344 
2,342 
2,330 
2,328 
2,307 
2,294 
2,291 
2,290 
2,268 
2,250 
2,246 

2,212 
2,211 


2,816 
1,611 

2,056 
2,120 
2,807 
1,460 
3,179 
2,758 
3,109 
2,719 
3,051 
1,725 
1,749 

2,020 
1,816 
2,248 
2,141 
2,681 
3,017 
2,342 
2,368 
■ 2,. 560 
2,856 
3,090 
2,304 
1,831 
2,823 
686 
2,645 
2,811 
2,801 

793 
1,239 
3,082 
2,407 

1,670 
1,663 

2,289 
1,905 
2,776 
2,175 
2,452 
1,770 
2,589 
1,786 
2,601 
2,593 
2,233 
2,118 
1,901 
2,109 
1,857 
1,981 
2,108 
2,015 
2,358 

1,416 
752 


2,171 
697 

1,176 
1,541 
3,143 
1,360 
3,235 
2,241 
2,291 
306 
2,485 
1,450 
1,274 

1,073 

2,110 
822 
2,916 
1,600 
1,392 
■ 2,457 
2,222 
3,391 
1,196 
1,731 
1,119 
2,933 
209 
1,316 
1,916 
3,019 

555 

2,500 
2,022 

1,710 
261 

2,693 
1,512 
2,479 
2,057 
3,023 
1,356 
1,646 
1,827 
2,971 
2,225 
2,149 

323 
1,590 
1,937 
1,408 

141 

1,976 
2,162 

1,343 


" 


- 


\ 




Ontario 


SfrJ6r6me de Matane, 
vl 


Quebec 


Ste-Th6r^ae t-v 


Quebec 




Ontario 


Trail, c 


Br. Columbia.. . 
Nova Scotia — 




Tillsonburg, t-v 


Quebec 


Inverness t-v 


Nova Scotia.... 
Ontario 


Campbellford, t-v 


Quebec 


Trenton t-v 


Nova Scotia.... 
Quebec 


Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, 
t-v 




Saskatchewan. . 
Ontario 


Whitbv t-v .... 






Lunenburg, t-v 

Revelstoke, c 


Nova Scotia 

Br. Columbia.. . 








Amherstburg, t-v 


Ontario 


Nova Scotia — 
Br. Columbia.. . 
Nova Scotia — 
Ontario 








Strathroy, t-v. ......... 


Ontario 




Ontario 










Prcscott t-v 


Ontario 


Pointe Claire, St-Joa- 
chim t-v .... 


Quebec 


Bromptonville, t-v 

Copperclift, t-v 


Quebec 


Ontario .*. ■ 




Kenogami, t-v 


Quebec 




Kelowna, c : 


Br. Columbia.. . 






Ontario 






Bracebridge, t-v 


Ontario 


Quebec ........ 




Ontario 


Bridgeburg, t-v 




Nova Scotia.... 




Walkerton t-v 


Ontario 
















Ontario 




Nova Scotia 




Estevan, t-v 


Saskatchewan . . 
Ontario 


New Liskeard t-v 










Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, 
t-v 


Quebec 


Mont Laurier, vl 


Quebec 


. - ' 1 



19 



TABLEAU 10. 



Population des cit^s,, des villes et des villages de 1,000 habitants et plus, 
1871-1921, group^s selon leur importance en 1921suite 

(C— City— citS; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) 



Citds, villes et 
villages 



•agotville, t-v 

ussex, t-v 

ilexandria, t-v 

:ylmer, t-v . . ■. 

erthier, t-v 

sbestos, vl 

rangeville, t-v 

ickville, t-v 

aprairie, t-v 

ort Coquitlam, c 

bssland, c 

ingham, t-v 

incardine, t-v 

oberval, t-v 

jretteville, vl 

aterloo, t-v.. 

etaskiwin, c 

3orgetown, t-v 

jrrebonne, t-v 

■inoe George, c 

essisville, vl 

inton, t-v 

mira, vl 

•imsby, vl 

imsack, t-v 

val des Rapides, t-v, 

lltown, t-v 

ediao, t-v 

dysmith, c 

Ihousie, t-v 

von, t-v 

into Gatineau, vl.. . . 

ntmorency, vl 

mrose, t-v 

ppawa, t-v 

Ibaie, vl 

ntreal West, t-v 

ton, t-v 

Pas, t-v 

igetown, t-v 

3eronto, t-v 

nd River, t-v 

forth, t-v 

mboldt, t-v 

Rose, t-v 

chell, t-v 

gua, vl 

idon, vl 

rite, t-v 

gsville, t-v 

treal East, t-v... 

iseville, t-v 

lliwack, c '. . 

ite-aux-Trembles, 



Provinces 



Quebec 

N. Brunswick. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Ontario 

N. Brunswick. 

Quebec 

Br. Columbia. 
Br. Columbia. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Br. Columbia.. 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan . 

Quebec. 

N. Brunswick.. 
N. Brunswick.. 
Br. Columbia.. 
N. Brunswick.. 
N. Brunswick.. 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Manitoba 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan . . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Ontario; 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Br. Columbia. . . 



ndler, vl 

ieville, t-v. . . 
igonish, t-v. . 

ort, t-v 

ville, t-v.. . . 
de Bale, vl. 

ins, t-v 

ton, t-v '. 

leod, t-v 



Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia... 
Saskatchewan . 
Nova Scotia... 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia... 

Ontario 

Alberta 



1921 



2,204 
2,198 
2,195 
2,194 
2,193 
2,189 
2,187 
2,173 
2,158 
2,148 
2,097 
2,092 
2,077 
2,068 
2,066 
2,063 
2,061 
2,061 
2,056 
2,053 
2,032 
2,018 
2,016 
2,004 
2,002 
1,989 
1,976 
1,973 
1,967 
1,958 
1,924 
1,919 
1,904 
1,892 
1,887 
1,883 
1,882 
'1,873 
1,858 
1,855 
1,847 
1,843 
1,829 
1,822 
1,811 
1,800 
1,796 
1,793 
1,783 
1,783 
1,776 
1,772 
1,767 

1,764 
1,756 
1,748 
1,746 
1,746 
1,743 
1,735 
1,732 
1,726 
1,723 



Population 



1911 



1,011 
1,906 
2,323 
2,102 
1,335 
2,224 
2,340 
2,039 
2,388 

2,826 
2,238 
1,956 
1,737 
1,588 
1,886 
2,411 
1,583 
1,990 

1,559 
2,254 
1,782 
1,669 
473 

1,804 

1,442 

3,295 

•1,650 

1,751 
1,717 
1,586 
1,864 
1,449 
703 
1,654 

1,954 
2,013 
2,558 
1,983 
859 
1,480 
1,766 
1,634 



1901 



438 
427 

675 
657 



1,167 

1,587 
1,787 
599 
1,458 
1,355 
1,648, 
2,266 
1,844 



507 
1,398 
■ 1,911 
2,204 
1,364 
783 
2,511 
1,444 
1,451 

6,156 
2,392 
2,077 
1,248 
1,555 
1,797 
550 
1,313 
1,822 

1,586 
2,547 
1,060 
1,001 



2,044 

1,075 

746 

862 

1,583 



1,418 
826 
352 

1,372 

2,405 
3,527 
2,656 
2,245 



1,154 
1,945 
1,396 

991 
1,537 

1,565 

277 



1,306 
1,838 

1,412 

1,088 

2,443 

796 



1891 



1881 



1871 



20 



TABLE 10. Population of cities, towns and villages of 1,000 population and over, 1871-1921 
arranged according to size in 1921 — Continued 

(C— City— cit6; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) ' 



Cities, Towns and 
Villages 



Provinces 



Acton, vl 

Merritt, c 

Mount Forest, t-v. 

Souris, t-v 

Sacr^Coeur de Jesus, 

vl 

Chesley, t-v 

Taber, t-v 

St-Raymond, vl 

Tilbury, t-v 

Bedford, t-v 

St-Gabriel de Brandon, 

vl 

St-Joaeph (Richelieu), 

vl 

Thessalon, t-v 

Ste-Anne de BeauprS, 

vl 

Disraeli, vl 

Canso, t-v 

Marysville, t-v 

Cardston, t-v 

Ponoka, t-v 

Carman, t-v 

Coleman, t-v 

Essex, t-v 

Blenheim, t-v. 

Lennoxville, t-v 

Blairmore, t-v 

Acton Vale, t-v 

Fort Erie, vl 

Southampton, t-v 

Biggar, t-v ; ■ • 

Humberstone, vl 

Palmerston, t-v 

Minnedosa, t-v 

Vankleek Hill, t-v 

Durham, t-v 

St-Marc des Carriferes 

vl 

Port Dalhousie, vl 

Amos, vl 

Vegreville, t-v 

Gravenhurst, t-v 

Grand Forks, c ■ 

Dorval, t-v 

Victoria Harbour, vl... 

Mattawa, t-v 

Port Dover, vl 

Bienville, vl 

St-Casimir, vl 

Trois-Pistoles, t-v 

Beauceville, t-v 

StJoseph (Beauce), vl 

Morrisburg, vl 

Rainy River, t-v 

Exeter, vl 

Rook Island, vl 

Indian Head, t-v 

Wedgeport, t-v 

Forest, t-v 

Pont Rouge, vl 

Beloeil, t-v... 

Stettler, t-v 



Ontario 

Br. Columbia.. 

Ontario 

Manitoba 



Quebec. . 
Ontario. 
Alberta . 
Quebec.. 
Ontario. 
Quebec . . 

Quebec . . 

Quebec. . 
Ontario . 



Quebec 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia... 
N. Brunswick.. 

Alberta 

Alberta 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Quebec 

Ontario' 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Ontario 

Ontario 



Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Br. Columbia.. 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario.: 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan . 
Nova Scotia. . . 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Alberta 



1921 



1,722 
1,721 
1,718 
1,710 

1,709 
1,708 
1,705 
1,693 
1,673 
1,669 

1,667 

1,658 
1,651 

1,648 
1,646 
1,626 
1,614 
1,612 
1,594 
1,591 
1,590 
1,588 
1,565 
1,554 
1,552 
1,549 
1,546 
1,537 
1,535 
1,524 
1,523 
1,505 
1,499 
1,494 

1,492 
1,492 
1,488 
1,479 
1,478 
1,469 
1,466 
1,463 
1,462 
1,462 
1,462 
1,457 
1,454 
1,448 
1,445 
1,444 
1,444 
1,442 
1,442 
1,439 
1,424 
1,422 
,1,419 
1,418 
1,416 



1911 



1,720 

703 

1,839 

1,854 

996 
1,734 
1,400 
1,653 
1,368 
1,432 

1,602 

1,416 
1,945 

2,066 
1,606 
1,617 
1,837 
1,207 

642 
1,271 
1,557 
1,353 
1,387 
1,211 
1,137 
1,402 
1,146 
1,685 

315 

1,665 
1,483 
1,577 
1,581 

1,224 
1,152 

1,029 
1,624 
1,577 
1,005 
1,616 
1,524 
1,138 
1,004 



Population 



1901 



1,484 

2,019 
839 

206 
1,734 

1,272 
1,012 
1,364 

1,199 

647 
1,205 

847 
1,018 
1,479 
1,892 
639 
151 
1,439 

1,391 
1,653 
1,120 

231 
1,175 

890 
1,636 



1,850 
1,052 
1,674 
1,422 

296 
1,125 



2,146 

1,012 

481 

989 

1,400 

1,177 

851 



1,677 


- 


1,440 


1,117 


1,696 


1,693 


1,578 


- 


1,555 


1,792 


861 


615 


1,285 


768 


1,392 


1,026 


1,445 


1,553 


1,501 


702 


1,444 


- 



1891 



1881 



1871 



21 



TABLEAU 10. Population des cites, des villes et des villages de 1,000 habitants et plus, 
1871-1921, group6s selon leur importance en 1921 — suite 

(C— City— cit6; T-V— Town— ViUe; VI— village) 



Cit6s, villes et 
villages 



St-Benolt Joseph Labre 



, vl 

Brighton, vl 

pxford, t-v 

[Huntingdon, vl 

aymond, t^v 

ierreville, vl 

lliston, t-v 

anna, t-v 

irden, t-v 

^helburne, t-v 

"ontreal North, t-v. . 
iagara, t-v 

ac-au-Saumon, vl... . 

New Hamburg, vl 

"Dresden, t-v 

weed, vl 

St-Jacques, vl 

"Jrand Falls, t-v 

'eewatin, t-v 

'Assomption, t-v. . . . 

te-Marie, vl 

5t-raicien, vl 

'Orignal, vl 

ourville, t-v 

'ort Elgin, vl 

Danville, vl 

japreol, t-v 

i^ermilion, t-v 

lavelook, vl 

lorden, t-v 

harlesbourg, vl 

larriston, t-v 

oint Edward, vl 

Jeamsville, vl 

liffard, vl 

iardinal, vl 

Lrthabaska, t-v 

)igby, t-v 

!anora, t-v. 

iattleford, t-v 

)onnacona, t-v 

■aledonia, vl 

aie Shawinigan, vl... 

ort d 'Alfred, t-v 

^emptvillc, vl 

[igh River, t-v 

akefield, vl 

oquois Falls, t-v.. . . 

luncan, c 

ahone Bay, t-v 

orwich, vl 

Imaville, vl 

inny Brae, t-v 

agersville, vl 

ichibuoto, t-v 

ivcrside, t-v 

irkhill, t-v 

juisburg, t-v 

lurentides, t-v 

jmo, vl 

launavon, t-v 

Drt Perry, vl 

eschaillons, vl 



Provinces 



Quebec, 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia. . 

Quebec 

Alberta: 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Manitoba 

Nova Scotia.. 

Quebec. 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario *, . . 

Quebec. 

N. Brunswick. 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia. . . 
Saskatchewan . 
Saskatchewan . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Quebec. ...... 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Br. Columbia.. 
Nova Scotia. . . 

Ontario 

Quebec 

N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

N. Brunswick.. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia... 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan . 

Ontario 

Quebec 



1921 



1,416 
1,411 
1,402 
1,401 
1,394 
1,394 
1,376 
1,384 
1,361 
1,360 
1,360 
1,3,57 
1,354 
1,.351 
],.339 
1,.339 
1,.332 
1,327 
1,327 



,320 
1,311 
1,.306 
1,298 
1,293 
1,291 
1,290 
1,287 
1,272 
1,268 
1 , 268 
1,267 
1,263 
1,258 
1,256 
1,254 
1,241 
1,234 
1,230 
1,230 
1,229- 
1,225 
1,223 
1,213 
1,213 
1,204 
1,198 
1,189 
1,178 
1,178 
1,177 
1,176 
1,174 
1,171 
1,169 
1,158 
1,155 
1,1.52 
1,152 
1,150 
1,146 
1,146 
1,143 
1,142 



Population 



1911 



1,070 
1,320 
1,392 
1,265 
1,465 
1,363 
1,279 

1,550 
1,435 

1,318 
1,171 
1,484 
1,551 
1,368 

1,280 
1,242 
1,747 

.581 
1,347 



1901 



1,378 
1,285 
1,122 

1,108 
1,256 

901 
1,445 

1,258 

1,208 
1 , 613 
1,168 

644 
1,156 
1,605 



1,026 



1,235 
1,331 


1,313 
1,017 


625 
1,436 
1,130 


984 
1,522 


1,491 

874 

1,096 


1,637 
780 
832 


1,111 
1,458 
1,247 
435 
1,335 


1,,378 

995 

1,150 

609 


952 
1,024 


801 


1,192 
1,182 
1,397 


1,523 

153 

1,244 


951 
1,112 


,866 
1,269 


1,106 
871 


1,020 
100 


1,289 

1,006 

1,128 

898 


1.430 

1,046 

934 

628 


1,148 
1,161 


1,465 
1,213 



1891 



1881 



1871 



22 



TABLE id. Population of cities, towns and villages of 1,000 population and over, 1871-1921, 
arranged according to size in 1921 — Concluded. 

(C— City— citg; T-V— Town— Ville; VI— village) 



Cities, Towns and 
Villages. 



Provinces 



Provinces. 



1921 



1911 



1901 



8911 



1881 



1871 



Edson, t-v. 

Chippawa, vl 

Eedcliffe, t-v 

Elora, vl 

St-R6mi, vl 

Lacombe, t-v 

Sioux Lookout, t-v 

Winchester, vl 

Waterford, vl 

Port Credit, vl 

Stonewall, t-v 

Greenfield Park, t-v.. . 

St. George, t-v 

Gravelbourg, t-v 

Arthur, vl 

Macamic, vl 

Watrous, t-v 

Moosomin, t-v 

St-Eustache, vl 

Boboaygeon, vl 

Souris, t-y 

Cowansville, vl 

Bridgetown, t-v 

La Providence, vl 

Rosthem, t-v 

Port McNicoll, vl 

Shelburne, vl 

Magrath, t-v 

Chambly Bassin, vl. . . 

St. Andrews, t-v 

Tuxedo, t-v 

Grande Prairie, t-v 

Watford, vl 

St. Georges East, vl . . . 

Madoc, vl 

Big Valley, t-v 

Port Albemi, c 

Richmond Hill, vl 

Stouffville, vl 

Chelmsford, t-v 

Rawdon, vl 

Beverley, t-v 

Fenelon Falls, vl 

Montreal South, t-v 

Port Moody, c 

Dryden, t-v 

Eganville, vl 

Markham, vl 

Tavistock, vl 

Abord-firPIouSe, vl 

Assiniboia, t-v 

Kindersley, t-v 

Maple Creek, t-v 



Alberta 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Quebec 

N. Brunswick... 
Saskatchewan . . 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan. . 
Saskatchewan . . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

P. E. Island . . . . 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan . . 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Quebec 

N. Brunswick... 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Br. Columbia.. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Br. Columbia.. 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan. 
Saskatchewan . 
Saskatchewan . 



1,138 
1,137 
1,137 
1,136 
1,135 
1,133 
1,127 
1,126 
1,123 
1,123 
1,112 
1,112 
1,110 
1,106 
1,104 
1,104 
1,101 
1,099 
1,098 
1,095 
1,094 
1,094 
1,086 
1,078 
1,074 
1,074 
1,072 
1,069 
1,068 
1,065 
1,062 
1,061 
1,059 
1,058 
1,058 
1,057 
1,056 
1,055 
1,053 
1,045 
1,042 
1,039 
1,031 
1,030 
1,030 
1,019 
1,015 
1,012 
1,011 
1,011 
1,006 
1,003 
1,002 



497 

707 

220 

1,197 

1,021 

1,029 

550 

1,143 

1,083 

1,005 

988 

1,102 

781 

1,143 

996 

1,000 

1,089 

881 

996 

894 

1,172 

1,113 
995 
900 

987 



1,092 
1,410 
1,058 



652 

1,034 

550 



1,053 
790 

715 

1,189 

909 

981 



456 
936 



460 

1,187 

1,080 

499 

1,101 
1,122 

589 

733 

1,285 



1, 079 
914 
1,140 
■ 699 
858 
819 
413 

1,188 
424 
849 

1,064 



1,279 

544 

1,157 



629 

1,223 

493 



1,132 



140 

1,107 

967 

403 



382 



SIXIEME RECENSEMENT DU CANADA 
BULLETIN X. 



PUBLIE PAK OBDRE DE l'HONOBABLE JaMES A. ROBB, MiNISTKE DU COMMERCE. R. H. CoATS, StaTISTICIEN 

DU Dominion, Bureau Fed^iral de la Statistique, Ottawa. E. S. MAcrHAiL, Chef Statisticien, 

SECTION DE la DeMOGRAPHIE 



POPULATION DU CANADA EN 1921 

Resum^ g^n^ral par provinces, circonscriptions electorales, cites, 

villes, etc. 

TABLE DES MATlfeRES 

Tableau 1. Population du Canada, par provinces et tenitoires, 1871-1921. ' 

Tableau 2. Repartition de la population, 1871-1921. 

Tableau 3. Augmentation num^rique de la population du Canada, par provinces et territoires. 
1871-1921. ! 

I 
Tableau 4. Pourcentage d'accroissement de la population par provinces, 1871-1921. | 

Tableau 5. Population estimative, . par provinces et territoires, au ler juin de chacune do; 
annlSes 1912-1920. ' 

Tableau 6. Population rurale et population urbaine, par provinces et territoires, 1891-1921. 

Tableau 7. Repartition de la population rurale et de la population urbaine dans les province 
et les territoires, 1891-1921. 

Tableau 8. Population des provinces et des circonscriptions Electorales f(5d6rales, 1901-1921 
avec augmentation k chaque d6cade. 

Tableau 9. Population classifi6e selon le sexe et la nativit6, par provinces et par circonscrip 
tions Electorales fEdErales, 1921. 

Tableau 10. Population des cites, des villes et des villages de 1,000 habitants et plus, 1871-1921 
groupes selon leur importance en 1921. 

INTRODUCTION 

Ce bulletin resume les statistiques consacr6e.s k chaque province par le 
bulletins du recensement, num^rot^s de 1 4 9. De plus, il permet d'^tablir de 
comparaisons, de province k province, de cit6 k cit6, de ville k ville et mem 
entre les villages ayant au moins 1,000 habitants, pour chaque decade, depui 
1871. La division de la population en urbaine et rurale fait I'objet des tableau 
6 et 7. Pour les fins du recensement, la population des cit6s, des villes et dc 
villages incorpores, quelle que soit leur importance, est consid6r6e comme urbaine 
Sur cette base, 31.80 p.c. de la population du Canada habitait les agglomeration 
urbaines en 1891, 37.50 p.c. en 1901, 45.42 en 1911 et 49.53 p.c. en 1921. C'es 
dans rile du Prince-Edouard et la Saskatchewan que Ton trouve la pli. 
minime proportion de populatioii urbaine, .soit 21.55 p.c. et 28.90 p.c. respectiv( 
ment. Mais c'est Ontario qui possfede la plus forte proportion de populatio 
urbaine (58.20 p.c), suivi de pr6s par Quebec (avec 56.01 p.c). Au Manitobi 
la proportion des ruraux et des urbains est demeur^e sensiblement la m6n 
pendant les dix ann6es 1911-1921. 

La Colombie Britannique ne poss6dant ni villes ni villages incorporfe, 
classification de sa population comme urbaine et rurale ne pent etre strictemei 
comparee avec celle des autres provinces. (Voir note au bas du tableau 7). 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN XI 



Published bt Authobitt of the Honoubable James A. Robb, Minister of Teade and Commebob. 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistician, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief 

Statistician for Population. 



ORIGINS OF THE PEOPLE, 1921 

This Bulletin classifies the population enumerated in the Sixth Census of 
Canada according to racial origin, and is the first of a series deahng with the 
grouping of the people by races, nationalities birthplaces, and birthplaces of 
parents; the latter will distinguish Canadians of more than two generations' 
family residence'in Canada. 

Table 1 gives the origins of the people for Canada and for each of the 
provinces. In this table the ethnic stocks of smaller numerical importance, 
which are grouped under the general term "various" in tables 2 and 3, are given 
in detail. Table 2 gives the origins of the people by electoral districts. Table 
3 gives similar information for cities and towns of 5,000 population and over. 

The increase in population in the ten years, 1911-1921, was 1,581,840, or 
21-95 per cent, as compared with an increase of 1,835,328, or 34-17 per cent in 
the previous decade. Of the increase shown by the last Census, persons of 
English origin contributed 722,346, or 45-68 per cent; of Irish, 57,433, or 3-63 
per cent; of Scotch, 175,944, or 11-13 per cent; of other British races, 16,382, 
or 1-03 per cent; of French, 397,892, or 25 - 28 per cent. The British races make 
up 61-66 per cent of the total increase in population from 1911 to 1921, and 
with the French population, which is almost wholly of Canadian nativity, 
account for 1,369,997, or more than 86-5 per cent of the total increase (1,581,840) 
made in the decade. 

Persons of British origin constituted 55-40 per cent of the total population 
in 1921, as against 54-08 in 1911. In 1921 the English made up 28-96 per cent 
of the population; Irish, 12-60; Scotch, 13-36; French, 27-91, and all other 
European races, 8-59 per cent; Asiatics were less than one per cent of the whole. 
More than 83 per cent of the population in 1921 were of British and French 
racial stocks. 

The British races numbered 4,869,189 in 1921, as against 3,896,985 in 
1911 and 3,063,189 in 1901, giving a gain in the last -decade of 25 per 
cent, as against 27 per cent in the previous decade. The population of French 
origin increased from 2,054,890 in 1911 to 2,452,782 in 1921, or more than 
19 per cent. The population of Scottish origin showed an increase of 175,944, 
or better than 17 -5 per cent in the last decade, as against 25 per cent in the pre- 
ceding ten years. 

Owing to new national and. racial alignments in Central and Southeastern 
Europe following the Great War, comparison of the post-war num-erical strength 
of certain ethnic stocks, in Canada, cannot be made with pre-war returns. For 
exiample a number of people who are reported as of Ukranian stock in 1921 
were described in 1911 as Galician, Bukovinian, Ruthenian or Russian. More- 
over in 1911 a great number of people described themselves as Germans, while^ 
in the last Census the same people classed themselves as "Dutch". In order,, 
therefore, to avoid misleading comparisons as to the numerical strength at 
each Census of certain peoples originating in Central, Eastern and South- 
. eastern Europe, they have been grouped under the general term "Other European'* 
with a total of 754,884 in 1921 as against 620,551 in 1911. (See Table 4.) 

51810—1 



TABLE 1. Population— Origins by Provinces, Census 1921 



No. 



Origins 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22. 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
• 72 



Population Total 

British — Britannique{^) 

English— Anglaise(') •• ■ 

Irish — Irlandaise(') 

Scotch — Ecossaise (•) 

Other- AutresC) , 

French — FrangaiseC) 

Austrian — Autrichienne 

Belgian — Beige 

Chinese — Chinoise. "■ ■ 

Czech— Tchfeque (Bohemian & Moravian) 

Danish^Danoise (') 

Dutch — HoUandaise 

Finnish — Finlandaise 

German — Allemande 

Greek — Grecque 

Hebrew — H6braique 

Hungarian— Hongroi'se 

Icelandic — Islandaise 

Indian — Indienne 

Italian — Italionne 

Japanese — Japonaise 

Negro — Nfegre ■ 

Norwegian — Norvegienne 

Polish — Polonaise. 

Roumanian — Roumaine 

Russian — Russe 

Serbo-Croatian — Serbo-Croate 

Albanian — Albanienno 

Croatian— Croatienne 

Dalmatian — Dalmatienne. . 

Herzegovinian — Herzegovinienne 

Jugo-Slavic — Yugoslave 

Montenegrin — Montfenfegrine 

Serbian — Serbe 

Slovenian — Slovene 

Swedish- — Sufedoise 

Swiss — Suisse ■ • 

Syrian — Syrienne ; 

Ukrunian — Ukranienne ^ 

Bukovinian — Bukoviniennc 

Galician — Galicienne 

Ruthenian — Ruthfene 

Ukranian— Ukranienne 

Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6e (') 

Various — Origines diver ses 

Algerian — Algferienne 

Arabian — Arabe 

- Argentinian — Argentiniennc 

Armenian — Armfenienne 

Brazilian — Br6silienne 

Bulgarian— Bulgare 

Chilian — Chilienne 

Egyptian — Egyptienne 

Eskimo. Esquimau ■ ■ ■ 

Hawaiin — Hawaiinne 

Haytian — Haltienne 

Hindu — Hindoue. 

Jamaican — Jamalcaine 

Korean — Corfeenne 

Laplander — Lapone 

Lettish — Lettonne 

Lithuanian — Lithuainienne. ■ 

Malayan — Malaise '■ 

Maltese — Maltaise 

Maoric — Maorie 

Mexican — Mexicaine 

Persian — Persane 

Peruvian — Pfiruvienne 

Philippine — Philippine.'. 

Portuguese — Portugaise 

Spanish — Espagnole 

Turkish— Turque 



Canada 



Alberta 



8,788,483 

Jf, 889, 090 

2,545,496 

1,107,817 

1,173,824 

41,953 

2,452,782 

107,671 

20,234 

39,587 

8,840 

21,124 

117,. 506 

21,494 

294,630 

5,740 

126,196 

13,181 

15,876 

110,596 

66,769 

15,868 

18,291 

68,856 

53,403 

13,470 

100,084 

S,906 

43 

20 



3,624 

5 

193 

21 

61,503 

12,837 

8,282 

t 06,721 

1,616 

24,456 

16,861 

63,788 

21,249 

12,711 

3 

98 

1 

665 

9 

1,765 

34 

29 

3,269 

22 

1 

1,016 



381 

1,970 

1 

279 

3 

70 

80 

5 

2 

467 

2,208 

313 



588,454 

S51 , SSO 

180,478 

68,246 

96,062 

7,034 

30,913 

19,430 

2,590 

3,581 

2,537 

6,772 

9,490 

2,926 

.35,3.33 

350 

3,242 

1,045 

507 

14,557 

4,028 

473 

1,048 

21.323 

7,172 

2,017 

21,212 

802 



792 

6 

4 

15,943 

2,468 

198 

2S.827 

28 

3,930 

4,618 

15,251 

2,2.54 

59S 



British 
Columbia 



10 



156 
94 



44 

156 

28 



524,582 

S87,61S 

221,145 

54,298 

104,965 

7,105 

11,246 

2,993 

1,324 

23,533 

1,040 

2,191 

3,306 

3,112 

7,273 

703 

1,696 

343 

575 

22,377 

8,587 

15,006 

676 

0,570 

1,361 

276 

7,373 

695 

1 



656 

3 

25 

10 

9,666 

983 

211 

793 

1 

416 

31 

345 

1,454 

1,706 



Manitoba 



20 
951 



1 
23 
60 
1 
2 
3 

22 

14 

3 

2 

106 

395 

10 



610,118 

350,992 

170,286 

71,414 

105,034 

4,258 

40,638 

31,035 

5,320 

1,331 

■1,028 

3,429 

20,728 

506 

19,444 

257 

16,669 

828 

11,043 

13,869 

1,933 

53 

491 

4,203 

16,594 

919 

14,00!) 

Ill 

1 



102 



8,023 
897 
310 

U,129 
192 

10,288 
7.987 

25,662 
891 
4S8 



4 
40 



111 
45 



17 
5 



13 

186 

5 



iTotals for Canada include personnel of Royal Canadian Navy. 



TABLEAU 1. Population — Origines par provinces, recensement de 1921 



New 
Brunswick 


Nova 
Scotia 


Ontario 


P.E. 

Island 


Quebec 


Saskat- 
chewan 


Yukon 


Northwest 
Territories 


No. 


387,876 


623,837 


2,933,662 


88,615 


2,361,199 


757,510 


4,157 


7,988 




BSS,OOS 


407,618 


e,B8S,01S 


76,627 


SS7,g95 


400,416 


1,847 


47S 


1 


131,664 


202, 106 


1,211,660 


23,313 


196,982 


206,472 


769 


234 


2 


68,670 


65,712 


590,493 


18,743 


94,947 


84,786 


369 


106 


3 


51,308 


148,000 


465,400 


33,437 


64, 102 


104,678 


.662 


130 


4 


1,360 


1,800 


14,462 


134 


1,264 


4,480 


47 


3 


6 


121,111 


68,619 


248,493 


11,971 


1,889,090 


42,152 


284 


258 


6 


80 


682 


11,790 


2 


1,901 


39,738 


20 




7 


212 


841 


3,175 


2 


3,284 


3,477 


7 


2 


8 


185 


315 


5,625 


14 


2,335 


2,667 


1 




9 


7 


229 


1,336 


- 


82 


2,574 


7 


_ 


10 


976 


352 


2,450 


' 17 


695 


4,287 


87 


17 


11 


3,638 


11,506 


60,512 


239 


1,413 


16,639 


.34 


1 


12 


35 


45 


12,835 


1 


76 


1,937 


21 




13 


1,698 


27,046 


130,546 


260 


4,668 


68,202 


155 


12 


14 


54 


150 


2,078 


3 


1,780 


363 


2 




15 


1,243 


2,161 


47,798 


21 


47,977 


5,380 


8 


1 


16 


6 


180 


1,737 


- 


89 


8,946 


7 




17 


- 


9 


137 


1 


11 


3,693 


-. 


_ 


18 


1,331 


2,048 


26,436 


235 


11,666 


12,914 


1,390 


3,873 


19 


367 


1,620 


33,355 


26 


16,141 


689 


22 


1 


20 


8 


3 


161 


- 


32 


109 


28 




21 


1.190 


6,175 


7,220 


43 


1,046 


396 


6 


_ 


22 


588 


482 


.3,416 


10 


705 


31,438 


107 


14 


23 


65 


080 


16,787 


- 


3,264 


8,161 


19 




24 


11 


111 


3,120 


- 


1,371 


6,645 


- 


„ 


25 


185 


520 


8,606 


1 


2,802 


45,343 


7 


7 


26 


// 


107 


1,H9 


- 


67 


8g7 


11 


B6 


27 


- 


- 


41 


- 


- 


1 


— 




28 


- 


- 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


30 


~. 


— 


— 


— 


— - 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31 


7 


106 


1,044 


- 


64 


816 


ii 


26 


32 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


33 


2 


1 


138 


- 


3 


10 


' - 


- 


34 


— 


— 


7 


— 


— 


— ■ 


— 


^ 


36 


578 


490 


• 6,713 


6 


908 


19,064 


109 


3 


36 


31 


833 


5,014 


■ ' 7 


764 


1,823 


12 


6 


37 


594 


1,140 


2,709 


83 


2,670 


466 


1 




88 


■ S 


S89 


8,S07 


,- 


1,176 


S8,097 


- 


_ 


30 


- 


- 


179 


- 


7 


1,209 


_ 


_ 


40 


2 


88 


2,748 


- 


386 


6,698 


_ 


_ 


41 


1 


44 


806 


- 


47 


3,327 


_ 


_ 


42 


- 


257 


4,574 


- 


736 


16,963 


_ 


_ 


43 


634 


519 


7,636 


44 


6,066 


1,787 


6 


63 


44 


tss 


667 


S,408 


B 


t,lS5 


S80 


8 


S,B4S 


45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


2 


' — 


1 _ 


46 


7 


20 


19 


- 


42 


4 


- 


- 


47 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


48 


- 


4 


508 


1 


119 


8 


- 


_ 


49 


- 


-■ 


7 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


60 


26 


27 


1,378 


- 


78 


87 


_ 


_ 


61 


4 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


62 


- 


- 


U 


- 


16 


- 


- 


_ 


63 


- 


- 


- 


- ■ 


27 


- 


- 


3,242 


64 


— 


— 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


65 


i. 


— 


— 


— 


1 


_ 


„ 


_ 


66 


1 


- 


28 


- 


11 


6 


1 


_ 


67 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


68 


.- 


1 


1 


- 


■ - 


1 


1 


. 


69 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


1 


_ 


60 


- 


2 


35 


- 


20 


34 




_ 


61 


- 


168 


S09 


- 


1,309 


84 


1 


- 


62 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


63 


- 


12 


217 


- 


80 


- 


~- 


_ 


64 


— 


— 


— 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


66 


- 


3 


10 


_ 


8 


7 


_ 


„ 


66 


- 


- 


29 


- 


3 


34 


_ 


_ 


67 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 


— 


- 


— 


~. 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


69 


85 


167 


47 


- 


61 


2 


2 


_ 


70 


49 


246 


704 


1 


402 


67 


2 


_ 


71 


17 


17 


91 


- 


106 


38 


1 


* - 


72 



S0481— 2 



TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 



Origins— Origines 



CANADA 

0) 



ALBERTA 



S« 






H 



S »; 



1 Papulation Total 8,788,483 

2 M.-.II 4,530,945 

3 F. 4, -MS. 538 

4 British— Britannique Total. 4,880,090 

6 M.-H. S,m,6iS 

6 F. B,SS0,U7 

7 English— Anglaise M.-H. 1,297,133 

8 F. 1,248,363 

9 Irish— Irlandaise M.-H. o65,402 

10 F. j;42,415 

11 Scotch— Ecossaisc M.-H. 002,997 

12 - F. 570,827 

13 Otlier— Autrcs M.-H. 23,111 

14 F. 18.842 

15 French— Francaise M.-H. 1,233,667 

16 , F. 1,219,115 

17 Austrian— Autricliienuc — "M.-H. 59,280 

18 F- 48,391 

19 Belgian-Beige M.-H. 11,028 

20 F. 9,206 

21 Chinese— Chinoise M.-H. 37, 163 

22 F. 2,424 

23 Czech-Tchdque (Bohemian & Moraviftn)W.-H. 4,815 

24 . F. 4,025 
26 Danish- Danoise M.-H. 12, 163 

26 F. 8,961 

27 Dutch- HoUandaise M.-H. 61,C62 

28 F. 56,444 

29 Finnish— Finlandaise .M.-H. ' 12,033 

30 F. 9,461 

31 German— Allemande M.-H. 153,603 

32 F. 141,033 

33 Greek— Greccjue M.-H. 4, 150 

34 F. 1,590 

35 Hebrew— Hebratque M.-H. 64,029 

36 F. 02,167 

37 Hungarian— Hongroise M.-H. 6,942 

39 Icelandic— Islandaise M.-H. 8',024 

40 F. 7,852 

41 Indian— Indienne M.-H. 56, 121 

42 F. 54,475 

43 Italian— Italienne M.-H. 39,722 

44 ' F. 27,047 
46 Japanese — Japonaise M.-H. 10|520 

46 F. 6,348 

47 Negro-N6gre M.-H. 9,498 

48 F. 8,79o 

49 Norwegian— Norv^gienne M.-H. 38,937 

50 F. 29,919 
61 Polish— Polonaise M.-H. 29, 127 

52 F. 24,276 

53 Roumanian— Roumaine M.-H. 7,866 

54 F. 5,604 

55 Russian— Russe M.-H. 65, 158 

56 F. 44,908 

57 Serbo-Croatian— Serbo-Croato (') M.-H. 2,527 

58 F. 1,379 
50 Swedish— SuMoiso M.-H. 35,707 

60 F. 25,796 

61 Swiss— Suisse ' . . .M.-H. 0,986 

62 F. 5,851 
83 Syrian— Syrienne M.-H. 4,505 

64 F. 3,687 

65 Ukranian—Ukranienne Total '06,7B1 

66 Buliovinian — Bukovlnicnne M.-H. 893 

67 ■ F. 723 

68 Galician— Galicienne M.-H. 13,392 

69 F. 11,064 

70 Ruthenian— RuthJne M.-H. 9,010 

71 F. 7,851 

72 Ukranian—Ukranienne M.-H. 34,559 

73 F. 29,229 

74 Unspecified- Non-8p4ci6^e M.-H. 10, 765 

76 F. 10,484 

76 Various— Origines d i verses (') M.-H. 7,962 

77 , F. 4,749 



49,173 
27,483 
21,699 

S8,6ee 
ie,oee 
IB, 541 

8,280 

6,663 

3,550 

2,659 

3,917 

3,021 

278 

198 

2, 

2,213 

1,034 

978 

76 

50 

153 

5 

53 

46 

218 

160 

311 

214 

13 

13 

1,469 

1,169 

7 

6 

48 

37 

24 

24 

3 

5 

438 

408 

19 

12 

3 

3 

1 

1,682 

1,231 

268 

219 

36 

29 

691 

547 

6 

2 

987 

720 

72 

63 

4 

1 

t.lll 



121 

86 

154 

138 

847 

769 

2 

6 

28 

19 



aa.m 

32,4C0 
22,896 

S3,9iS 

19,794 

14,119 

9,002 

6,730 

4,527 

3,076 

6,809 

4,018 

466 

306 

1,532 

1,173 

684 

317 

169 

109 

382 

5 

127 

102 

799 

500 

762 

• 546 

159 

120 

2,195 

1,826 

• •30 

1 

181 

147 

83 

54 

4 

3 

388 

358 

256 

98 

13 

4 

40 

31 

1,619 

980 

• 197 

110 

87 

25 

1,526 

1,253 

51 

10 

861 

567 

132 

88 

11 

t64 



29 
9 

15 

3 

186 

22 
342 
28! 

36 

16 



44,995 
23,819 
21,176 

SS,S4B 

17, SSI 

15,981 

9,396 

8,815 

2,638 

2,363 

4,996 

4,624 

362 

259 

388 

409 

269 

189 

49 

39 

678 

40 

16 

15 

207 

192 

295 

242 

7 

. 14 

992 

870 

35 

8 

371 

353 



7 

5 

9 

226 

178 

16 

7 

13 

26 

282 

240 

192 

106 

48 

49 

1, 

1,620 

1 

337 

296 

105 

68 



tei 



58 
63 
126 
108 
16 
11 



44,341 

22,733 
21,608 

SO, SOI 

1S,S19 

17,98S 

9,182 

8,840 

3,586 

3,620 

5,289 

5,278 

262 

244 

• 550 

695 

107 

68 

37 

43 

346 

11 

91 

65 

171 

144 

303 

396 

38 

35 

694 

645 

33 

7 

309 

248 

1 

6 

18 

15 

312 

320 

183 

110 

70 

7 

17 

19 

221 

201 

179 

97 

33 

21 

149 

127 

13 

6 

193 

201 

95 

94 

4 



Sli,54$ 
39,719 
25,829 

28,149 
16,118 

is,om 

8,107 

7,081 

2,681 

2,307 

3,938 

3,414 

400 

221 

3,010 

2,386 

2,926 

2,792 

123 

71 

423 

16 

56 

30 

139 

90 

265 

209 

181 

146 

846 

663 

51 

25 

287 

267 

53 

51 

37 

39 

1,371 

1,333 

167 

125 

21 

10 

246 

208 

410 

339 

502 

440 

123 

72 

734 

477 

26 

20 

473 

250 

79 

40 

30 

16 

1,678 

5 

10 

207 

187 

763 



,770 
44 
42 
28 
22 



71,267 
41,947 
32,320 

ie,44i 

S3,8SS 

18,811 

10,870 

9,158 

5,500 

3,840 

6,946 

5,264 

517 

343 

4,341 

3,422 

1,106 

849 

374 

270 

176 

1 

72 

46 

310 

164 

700 

517 

72 

37 

2,3.58 

1,851 

29 

4 

174 

144 

55 

31 

47 

26 

3,399 

3,233 

. 289 

148 

34 

24 

147 

150 

1,160 

747 

368 

274 

71 

21 

746 

521 

98 

17 

1,082 

682 

159 

85 



274 
4 

37 
190 

70 
127 
119 

78 

44 



110 

61 

14 

7 

06 
26 
68 
69 
21 
21 



(<) See page 1. 



TABLEAU 2. Population— Origines par circonscriptions electorales, recensement de 1921 



ALBERTA— Con. 



34,008 
18,976 
15,032 

tt.eiB 

1I,9SS 

8. 

5, 

4,912 

2,229 

1,738 

3,375 

2,778 

341 

258 

767 

678 

271 

153 

258 

205 

304 

22 

435 

351 

158 

,104 

482 

429 

73 

47 

779 

642 

9 

1 

17 
31 
33 



873 

861 

706 

426 

7 

2 

5 

2 

424 

340 

315 

204 

61 

24 

328 

244 

37 

31 

465 

327 

77 

67 

14 

18 

m 



43,179 
33,982 
19,197 

IS. see 

U,44S 

6,944 

6, 

2,872 

2,315 

3,938 

3,123 

212 

169 

644 

451 

369 

256 

66 

61 

'219 

26 

68 

02 

341 

199 

536 

364 

149 

126 

2,102 

1,681 

13 

4 

127 

05 

28 

20 

2 

1 

32 

35 





o 
K 






42 

10 

2 

6 

4 

1,629 

1,110 

218 

157 

49 

42 

2,442 

2,274 

5 

4 

■701 

499 

1 

81 
17 
5 

lie 
1 



49,629 
27,426 
22,203 

SS.SSi 

18, era 
1S,S14 
9,650 
7,998 
3,496 
2 

5,169 

4, " 

355 

240 

835 

753 

202 

111 

139 

103 

197 

6 

168 

117 

657 

416 

573 

631 

728 

676 

1,906 

1,615 

10 

2 

16 

15 

38 

33 

92 

107 

88 

91 

295 

106 

2 

1 

11 

6 

924 

808 

• 128 

67 

28 

11 

532 

467 

14 

1 

780 

666 

174 

137 



76 



215 
201 
48 
34 



42,520 
22,682 
19,838 

U,see 
IS, us 

11,713 

6,857 

6,181 

2,636 

2,219 

3,237 

3,012 

414 

311 

953 

847 

623 

520 

03 

70 

104 

6 

72 

67 

191 

143 

262 

248 

87 

102 

2,207 

1,840 

10 

5 

61 

39 

17 

11 

3 

11 

414 

430 

43 

25 

2 

3 

39 

42 

763 

636 

706 

594 

19 

10 

1,178 

1,033 

5 

5 

1,007 

947 

87 

65 

20 

12 

779 



S 

s 



379 
313 
10 
7 
37 
33 
48 
46 



56,739 
30,909 
25,830 

18, ue 

W,19S 

8,26S 

4,875 

4,11 

2,387 

1,830 

2,752 

2,172 

179 

140 

734 

623 

2,588 

2,216 

62 

44 

145 

18 

139 

87 

271 

185 

346 

269 

9 

60 

2,323 

1,966 

12 

4 

80 



TOTAL 



37 
35 

1 

77 
70 

8 
' 7 

2 

2 

1 

2,743 

2,226 

858 

794 

419 

399 

1,025 

874 

13 

8 

1,674 

1," 

137 

93 

7 

2 

IS, m 

6 

4 

841 

765 

1,471 

1,243 

4,667 

4,178 

26 

18 

t 



588,454 
324,208 
264,246 

se 1,820 

192,090 
169,724 
97,287 
83,101 
37,946 
30,301 
52,760 
43,312 
4,114 
2,020 
17,000 
13,913 
10,614 
8,816 
1,473 
1,117 
3,309 
182 
1,427 
1,110 
3,983 
2,789 
5,243 
4,247 
1,642 
1,384 
19,342 
15,991 
267 
83 
1,760 
1,492 
681 
464 
254 
253 
7,412 
7,146 
2,668 
1,460 
360 
113 
649 
499 
12,080 
9,243 
4,036 
3,136 
1,188 
829 
11,399 
9,813 
489 
313 
9,172 
6,771 
1,442 
1,026 
131 
67 
2S,S27 
14 
14 
2,158 
1,772 
2,482 
2,136 
8,214 
7,037 
1,190 
1,064 
353 
243 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 



69,922 
34,387 
35,535 

et,oss 

29,S06 
SI, 627 
16,563 
16,970 
4,336 
4,667 
9,118 
9,611 
499 
479 
561 
616 
62 
72 
73 
66 
563 
77 
26 
19 
122 
143 
216 
■ 256 
71 
90 
340 
380 
39 
26 
162 
153 
1 
3 
21 
30 
309 
264 
347 
289 
901 
628 
34 
41 
284 
254 
34 
35 
13 
7 
58 
49 
5 
1 
317 
310 
46 
36 
20 
21 

se 



10 
6 

78 
103 
166 

28 



a 
o 



39,834 
23,934 
15,900 

24,401 

I4,s2e 

10,076 

7,290 

6,668 

2,716 

1,721 

4,065 

2,624 

256 

162 

836 

508 

194 

86 

71 

61 

1,336 



50 

144 

80 

241 

156 

300 

203 

622 

362 

60 

5 

22 

13 

11 

10 

2 

3,236 

3,111 

361 

182 

112 

34 

24 

14 

606 

244 

83 

38 

21 

6 

183 

79 

84 

4 

814 

328 

94 

53 

■3 

4 

91 



OX: 



32,009 
20,665 
11,344 

18,996 

11,4S9 

7,666 

6,137 

4,638 

1,742 

884 

3,282 

1,967 

278 

167 

468 

187 

119 

54 

73 

66 

2,116 

79 

23 

16 

166 

67 

100 

64 

479 

256 

261 

142 

18 

6 

2 

3 

1 

4 

5 

1,763 

1,689 

430 

186 

1,331 

464 

9 

2 

603 

194 

76 

16 

20 

4 

189 

36 

38 

6 

744 

191 

38 

17 

6 

4 

68 



16 
7 
3 
2 

31 

22 

12 

174 

33 



28,811 
17,054 
11,557 

19,396 

10,846 

8,661 

6,883 

4,991 

1,925 

1,295 

2,856 

2,136 

182 

130 

676 

517 

97 

36 

34 

25 

1,622 

78 

19 

6 

86 

67 

107 

99 

130 

94 

257 

156 

23 

10 

7 



12 

3 

937 

966 

226 

88 

783 

369 

8 

6 

260 

187 

65 

42 

14 

5 

68 
23 
23 
15 
499 
305 
30 
21 






28 
14 
81 
67 
208 
20 



1^ 



18 



19,137 

11,983 

7,154 

11,766 

6,940 

4,816 

3,869 

2,823 

1,101 

640 

1,793 

1,225 

177 

127 

411 

264 

465 

240 

30 

25 

659 

20 

. 200 

193 

61 

27 

77 

70 

66 

6 

205 

170 

2 

6 

2 

43 

36 

1 

244 

220 

936 

476 

89 

18 

10 

12 

217 

73 

176 

118 

25 

8 

201 

30 

23 

8 

670 

246 

51 

33 

20 

19 

126 



30,502 
16,880 
13,622 

18,601 

10,142 

8,469 

5,436 

4,713 

1,578 

1,240 

2,931 

2,367 

197 

139 

477 

364 

229 

178 

33 

19 

622 

18 

27 

33 

76 

49 

171 

134 

97 

78 

328 

306 

1 

13 

7 

26 

29 

3 

4 

62 

67 

931 

643 

22 

7 



261 
211 
101 






27 
, 27 
166 
132 
33 
10 



<D fi _ 



48,010 
26,079 
21,931 

S9,S68 

20,632 

18,8S6 

13,301 

12,346 

1,763 

1,621 

4, 

4,369 

589 

i)00 

280 

234 

186 

163 

163 

166 

1,914 

150 

48 

46 

86 

56 

64 

49 

240 

234 

208 

191 

27 

7 

23 

13 

5 

3 

22 

20 

849 

868 

384 

220 

356 

219 

44 

37 

113 



30 
18 
13 
69 
36 
60 
37 
176 
122 
37 
37 



23 



2 

1 

4 

1 

50 

44 

106 

22 



45-, 982 
2S.059 
20,923 

36,476 

18,S66 

17;119 

10,704 

10,106 

2,816 

2,565 

4,629 

4-236 

308 

. 223 

437 

428 

79 

69 

30 

29 

1,838 

97 

16 

9 

74 

66 

164 

162 

89 

95 

320 

284 

41 

12 

16 

19 

>6 

11 

• 65 

62 

128 

97 

185 

108 

1,901 

1,288 

21 

20 

453 

342 

58 

36 

13 

10 



li 

2-: 

5'. 



46 

16 

13 

431 

398 

30 

31 

1 

2 

SO 



44 
44 
176 
16 



101' 

ii- 

12.' 

13.5 

14 i 

16 •• 

16. 

17.7 

Ki 

i;9Si 

20'i 

21: 

22-i 

2'3;i 

241 

25: 

26; 

27.' 

28 ^; 

29" 

30' I 

31 

32 ■ 

33-. 

34 i 

36. 

36.; 

37 

38 

39 

40! 

41 

42 

43; 

44 

46- 

46 

47- 

48 

49' 

50- 

61- 

62' 

53.; 

64 

65-. 

56- 

57- 

68- 

59' 

60- 

61 

62 

63' 

64 

66, 

66: 

67 

6& 

69. 

70 

71 

72- 

73 

74 

75 
76 
77 



51810— 2i 



6 



TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Origins — Origines 



BRITISH COLUMBU-Con. 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
BO 
61 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
67 
58 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
86 
56 
37 
38 



Population TotaL 

M.-H. 
F. 

British — Britannique Total 

M.-H. 
P- 

English— Anglaise M.-H. 

F. 
Irish— Irlandaise M.-H. 

r. 

Scotch— Ecossaiae M.-H. 

F. 
Other — Autrea M.-H. 

F. 
French— Franpaise M.-H. 

Austrian— Autrichienne M.-H. 

F- 
Belgian— Beige M.-H. 

F. 
Chinese — Chinoise M.-H 

F 
Czech-TohSque (Bohemian & Moravian).M.-H. 

F. 
Danish— Danoiae '. M.-H 

F. 
Dutch— HoUandaise M.-H. 

F. 
Finnish — ^Finlandaise ; .M.-H. 

F. 
German — ^Allemande M.-H 

F. 
Greelc— Grecque M.-H. 

F. 
Hebrew— H6bralque M.-H. 

F. 
Hungarian — Hongroise M.-H. 

F. 
Icelandic — Islandaise — ; M.-H 

F- 
Indian — Indienne M.-H. 

F. 
Italian— Italienne M.-H. 

F. 
Japanese — Japonaise M.-H. 

F, 
Negro — NSgro M.-H 

F. 
Norwegian — Norvfeienne M.-H. 

F. 
Polish — Polonaise M.-H. 

F. 
Roumanian — Roumaine M.-H 

F. 
Russian — Ruase M.-H 

F. 

Serbo-Croatian — Serbo-Croate 0) M.-H. 

■ F. 

Swediah — Sufidoise M.-H. 

F. 
■Suisse M.-H. 

F. 
Syrian — Syrienne; M.-H. 

F. 
Ukranian — Ukranienne Total, 



Bukovinian — Bukovinienne. . 

Galician — Galioienne 

Ruthenian— Ruthtoe 

Ukranian — Ukranienne 

Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6e 

Various— Origines diverses (')... 



...M.-H. 

F. 
...M.-H. 

F. 
. . .M.-H, 

F. 
. . .M.-H, 

F. 
. . .M.-H, 

F. 
. . .M.-H 

F, 



21 






22 



28,934 
19,083 
9,851 

is,in 

B,0S7 

i,' 

4,247 

2,434 

1,653 

744 

2,956 

1,402 

181 

100 

462 

224 

142 

37 

15 

17 

1,021 

20 

36 

10 

• 111 

31 

102 

67 

206 

34 

324 

187 

■ 66 

6 

13 



• 59 
3,364 
3,138 

297 

76 

1,871 

532 
11 
18 

791 

351 

43 

18 

19 

3 

163 
19 
86 
15 

626 

lS7 
46 
12 
17 
13 
fi 



23 



60,879 
34,867 
26,012 

48,861 

23, 043 

SO, 818 

12,464 

11,342 

3,469 

3,194 

6,630 

5,925 

490 

357 

647 

656 

96 

60 

66 

56 

5,485 

509 

26 

13 

147 

100 

181 

171 

103 

67 

272 

272 

202 

62 

514 

446 

11 

10 

13 

26 

13 

23 

687 

490 

1,841 

1,176 

133 

118 

, 305 

220 

63 

45 



155 
119 

82 
44 
476 
305 
68 
28 
27 
38 
74 



46,137 
23,439 
22,698 

41,317 

20,664 

20,763 

11,666 

11,872 

2,600 

2,659 

6,930 

5,871 

378 

351 

298 

284 

41 

27 

39 

31 

772 

37 



97 

102 

139 

120 

39 

35 

184 

203 

13 

11 

60 

50 



56 
152 
118 
192 
167 



13 
5 
52 
43 
119 
58 



.HO 

> 



160 
183 
40 



25 



38,727 
20,107 
18,620 

32,811 

16,879 

18,942 

10,386 

11,077 

1,609 

1,798 

3, 

3,862 

224 

205 

144 

216 



20 

16 

2,938 

603 

2 

1 

57 

44 

72 

49 

16 

15 

185 

177 

60 

20 

77 

76 

1 

2 

17 

19 

16 

16 

128 

07 

129 

96 

36 

36 

76 

60 

12 



39 
13 


10 

1 


S 


- 


52 


23 


36 


25 


4 


2 


1 


1 


223 


73 


233 


90 


30 


20 


28 


20 


8 




B 


- 


26 


1 


~2 


: 


1 


1 


1 


- 


14 


_ 


f 


- 


6f 


76 


71 


51 


llf 


55 


33 


31 



TOTAL 



35,698 
19,872 
15,826 

26,773 
14,4^1 
12,362 
8,230 
7,209 
2,243 
1,851 
3,697 
3,137 
261 
166 
677 
497 
133 
118 
68 
53 
1,044 
36 
83 
64 
94 
61 
159 
138 
47 
32 
486 
462 
21 
1 
2 
2 
49 
60 
12 
7 
474 
409 
348 
204 
336 
155 
10 
3 
'156 
99 
42 
■ 44 
10 
7 
647 
624 
52 
27 
468 
308 
68 
43 



26 



524,582 
293,409 
231,153 

387,613 
206,030 
182,483 
115,166 
105,989 
29,629 
24,769 
56,335 
43,630 
4,010 
3,095 
6,263 
4,983 
1,846 
1,147 
705 
619 
21,820 
1,713 
677 
463 
1,309 
882 
1,783 
1,523 
1,873 
1,239 
3,992 
3,281 
643 
160 
909 
787 
172 
171 
298 
277 
11,464 
10,913 
6,412 
3,175 
9,863 
5,143 
357 
319 
4,084 
2,486 
821 
540 
192 
84 
4,071 
3,302 
505 
190 
6,173 
3,493 
689 
394 
105 
106 
793 
1 

249 

167 

20 

11 

247 

98 

752 

702 

1,384 

322 



40,183 
21,315 

18,868 
33,137 
17,611 
16,626 

8,763 

7, 

3, 

3,281 



934 

,531 

206 

181 

386 

279 

661 

411 

181 

,168 

74 

3 

12 

7 

68 

48 

133 

122 

, 6 

3 

394 

361 

28 

4 

T27 

133 

11 

15 

80 

110 

262 

254 

40 

22 



62 

62 

373 

329 

16 

18 

128 

92 



115 

86 
22 
12 
25 
10 



97 

72 

16 

7 

578 

613 

18 

102 

4 



35,482 
19,254 
16,228 

14,927 
8,14s 
e,779 
3,854 
3,226 
1,938 
1,614 
2,267 
1,876 



1,755 

1,383 

1,665 

1,470 

206 

164 

63 

4 

6 

86 

41 

107 

88 

88 

61 

228 

204 

4 



86 



205 
192 
254 
261 
1 
1 



2 
1 

94 

65 

334 

255 



139 

117 

13 

12 

174 

125 

20 

14 

4 

4 

to, set 

46 

32 

1,672 

•1,499 

921 

816 

2,876 

2,500 

8 

8 

47 

46 



^See page 2, 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions electorales, recensement de 1921-^suite 







- 








MANITOBA 


















2 


S 

s 

1 


2 


15 


11 


o 

1 


J<1 




.11 




If 




TOTAL 




28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 



5; 


29,921 


23,824 


41,254 


28,350 


19,806 


22,254 


29,308 


55,395 


26,410 


68,870 


76,470 


62,957 


59,628 


610,118 


1 


15,652 


12,936 


22,433 


1S,4G4 


10,705 


12,027 


15,819 


29,639 


14,341 


30,935 


39,125 


32,060 


28,862 


320,567 


2 


14,209 


10,888 


18,821 


12,892 


9,101 


10,227 


13,489 


25,756 


12,069 


27,935 


37,345 


30,897 


30,766 


289/551 


3 


10,079 


16,196 


ee;6Si 


B0,6S6 


8,266 


14,622 


6,919 


22,224 


S 2,6 86 


18,646 


62,077 


24,296 


61,060 


860,992 


4 


s.see 


8, no 


14.48! 


11,166 


4,696 


7,828 


S,S9S 


11,920 


12,241 


9,768 


SI, 662 


12,19S 


24,828 


184,068 


5 


S,014 


7,0S6 


12, OSS 


9,S61 


S,671 


6,694 


2,626 


10,804 


10,444 


8,787 


80,416 


12,10s 


26,232 


166,984 


6 


2,587 


3,763 


6,907 


4,779 


'2,185 


3,486 


1,633 


6,299 


5,533 


6,159 


15,871 


6,470 


12,068 


89,356 


7 


2,080 


3,293 


6,738 


3,978 


1,778 


3,017 


1,213 


5,452 


4,687 


4,710 


15,319 


0,371 


12,435 


80,930 


8 


1,554 


2,099 


2,733 


2,880 


1,077 


1,744 


777 


1,756 


3,266 


1,451 


5,780 


1,966 


4,849 


37,467 


9 


1,335 


1,787 


2,206 


2,461 


751 


1,387 


601 


1,436 


2,811 


1,336 


6,604 


2,027 


6,360 


33,947 


10 


1,767 


2,321 


4,721 


3,393 


1,379 


2,505 


960 


3,723 


3,365 


3,012 


9,516 


3,638 


7,503 


64,894 


11 


1,661 


1,877 


4,014 


2,843 


1,000 


2,225 


093 


3,301 


2,875 


2,641 


, 9,132 


3,650 


8,021 


60,140 


12 


57 


87 


120 


113 


. 54 


94 


23 


142 


• 98 


136 


495 


219 


408 


2,341 


13 


38 


68 


95 


89 


42 


05 


19 


115 


71 


100 


400 


155 


416 


1,917 


14 


549 


2,438 


487 


676 


643 


1,013 


3,309 


1,195 


424 


5,444 


1,008 


234 


1,002 


21,062 


15 


564 


2,149 


379 


596 


. 465 


1,442 


2,968 


1,016 


393 


6,402 


1,103 


293 


1,104 


19,576 


16 


134 


174 


2,002 


991 


281 


-804 


1,087 


2,469 


113 


2,761 


388 


2,864 


369 


10,643 


17 


86 


114 


1,656 


825 


217 


677 


946 


2,204 


65 


2,428 


363 


2,668 


382 


14,392 


18 


59 


705 


13 


34 


14 


66 


65 


66 


343 


814 


60 


12 


199 


2,875 


19 


43 


653 


13 


30 


11 


42 


46 


66 


270 


701 


75 


20 


163 


2,446 


20 


25 


28 


50 


• 34 


58 


22 


11 


24 


43 


28 


566 


73 


180 


1,279 


21 


- 


1 


2 


I 


7 


1 


1 


2 


6 




24 


2 


3 


62 


22 


29 


• 4 


31 


9 


2 


4 


32 


56 


■7 


123 


34 


160 


16 


512 


23' 


24 


4 


32 


5 


3 


7 


22 


51 


4 


116 


44 


168 


34 


516 


24 


49 


211 


113 


112 


51 


65 


44 


343 


83 


88 


351 


129 


85 


1,858 


26. 


32 


146 


88 


109 


31 


27 


23 


260 


64 


87 


433 


96 


. 86 


1,571 


26^ 


6,780 


122 


105 


07 


50 


77 


799 


243 


200 


1,228 


265 


185 


239 


10,606 


27 


6,723 


96 


83 


70 


50 


71 


743 


170 


125 


1,108 


228 


179 


266 


10,122 


28 


- 


1 


3 


11 





5 


6 


26 


1 


100 


27 


7 


2 


288 


29 


1 


- 


3 


9 


4 


4 


4 


17 


2 


76 


26 


2 


8 


218 


30 


680 


188 


427 


746 


131 


520 


1,838 


1,075 


301 


1,267 


502 


1,536 


344 


10,171 


31 


630 


140 


320 


618 


116 


473 


1,073 


800 


271 


1,110 


656 


1,490 


446 


9,273 


32 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


6 


6 


34 


47 


6 


63 


185 


33 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


3 


t - 


24 


18 


7 


14 


72 


34 


83 


3 


61 


10 


33 


62 


59 


407 


4 


220 


598 


6,287 


417 


8,449 


35 


84 


- 


47 


12 


18 


61 


45 


320 


2 


211 


667 


0,187 


461 


8,220 


36 


3 


1 


1 


31 


4 


4 


90 


59 


2 


33 


27 


140 


3 


409 


37 


7 


3 


1 


13 


2 


3 


89 


65 




41 


31 


141 


16 


419 


38 


70 


196 


8 


289 


116 


86 


107 


3,012 


242 


83 


804 


63 


150 


5,609 


39 


- 54 


188 


17 


213 


94 


94 


87 


2,752 


212 


83 


1,098 


76 


264 


5,534 


40 


- 


60 


290 


220 


3,698 


176 


94 


1,161 


13 


810 


12 


7 


22 


6,985 


41 


- 


69 


310 


191 


3,681 


164 


85 


1,080 


7 


764 


8 


6 


15 


6,884 


42 


8 


12 


14 


5 


17 


13 


11 


34 


11 


169 


488 


135 


177 


1,135 


43 


6 


8 


8 


5 


8 


8 


6 


26 


4 


140 


327 


92 


138 


798 


44 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


2 


18 


- 10 


2 


40 


45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


_ 


1 


6 


- 


13 


46 


- 


- 





1 


2 


6 


- 


11 


- 


5 


77 


180 


10 


302 


47 


2 


- 


3 


- 


- 


7 


_ 


4 


1 


3 


63 


100 


13 


189 


48 


132 


69 


272 


49 


93 


108 


253 


479 


60 


123 


262 


88 


97 


2,221 


49 


89 


63 


246 


35 


72 


89 


199 


426 


40 


116 


237 


.95 


149 


1,982 


60 


136 


31 


335 


257 


136 


96 


434 


1,261 


47 


2,324 


384 


2,391 


110 


8,055 


51 


109 


16 


270 


234 


112 


68 


362 


1,130 


33 


2,026 


396 


2,380 


229 


7,939 


52 


15 


2 


68 


6 


3 


19 


20 


63 


7 


94 


62 


152 


18 


522 


53 


7 


1 


38 


4 


1 


5 


6 


42 




63 


56 


135 


16 


397 


54 


840 


64 


323 


180 


304 


200 


1,189 


764 


62 


1,332 


493 


1,414 


70 


7,498 


55 


727 


49 


275 


144 


225 


133 


1,064 


827 


37 


1,147 


449 


1,288 


137 


6,611 


56 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


12 


3 


24 


1 


59 


57 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


11 


8 


17 




52 


58 


44 


80 


595 


233 


175 


no 


267 


869 


79 


577 


449 


434 


236 


4,441 


59 


38 


43 


637 


95 


117 


79 


205 


699 


70 


469 


359 


376 


284 


3,582 


60 


8 


137 


7 


37 


14 


8 


44 


13 


11 


45 


56 


20 


■71 


521 


61 


6 


88 


4 


11 


10 





23 


10 


4 


31 


39 


50 


69 


376 


62 


2 


- 


- 


17 


• 1 


10 


- 


26 


1 


17 


23 


54 


8 


188 


63 


- 


- 


- 


11 


4 


6 


- 


10 


- 


7 


13 


48 


10 


122 


64 


SB 


64 


S,1S1 


ess 


616 


179 


6,04s 


7,694 


4» 


e,S14 


842 


6,166 


9S 


U.'ts 


65 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


1 


7 




34 




6 


- 


112 


66 


- 


- 


12 


— 


- 


_ 


1 


3 


- 


27 


- 


,1 


_ 


80 


67 


6 


16 


709 


60 


30 


52 


79 


787 


6 


932 


37 


1,012 


9 


5,509 


68 


2 


1 


605 


40 


33 


28 


01 


669 


6 


772 


24 


968 


14 


4,779 


69 


4 


7 


298 


162 


1 


41 


19 


656 


6 


1,244 


148 


773 


14 


4,199 


70 


1 


4 


278 


200 


- 


20 


16 


479 


1 


1,117 


132 


690 


28 


3,788 


71 


8 


23 


1,713 


44 


311 


24 


2,670 


■ 2,069 


24 


1,171 


160 


1,420 


16 


13,606 


72 


11 


13 


1,509 


40 


■ 242 


14 


2,297 


2,434 


. 7 


1,017 


141 


1.306 


12 


12,056 


73 


21 


17 


23 


16 


14 


26 


7 


20 


■ 8 


17 


100 


18 


80 


403 


74 


10 


9 


26 


12 


• 12 


19 


3 


36 


8 


25 


106 


20 


94 


488 


75 


1 


9 


1 


13 


7 


4 


2 


10 


6 


40 


45 


36 


34 


267 


76 


~ 


6 


2 


2 


6 


1 


~ 


10 


5 


27 


26 


19 


21 


171 


77 



TABLE 2. Population^Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Origins — Origines 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



41 



42 



43 






44 






46 



.5 -as 



47 






48 



10 
11 
12 

"as 

114 

35 

36 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

19 

50 

51 

52 

63 

54 

.35 

36 

67 

58 

39 

«0 

61 

«2 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 



Population Total 

M.-H, 
F. 

British — Briiannique Total. 

M.-H. 
P- 

English — Anglaise M.-H 

■ F. 

Irish — Irlandaise M.-H 

F. 

Scotch— Ecossaise M.-H 

F 

Other — Autres M.-H 

F 

French — Francaise ; M.-H. 

F. 

Austrian — ^Autrichienne M.-H. 

F. 

Belgian — Beige M.-H 

F. 

Chinese — Chinoise M.-H. 

F, 
Czech-TchJque {Bohemian & Moravian).M.-H 

F. 

Danish — Danoise M.-H. 

F. 

Dutch — Hollandaise M.-H. 

F, 
Finnish — Finlandaise M.-H 



German — Allomande M. 



Greek — Grecque M.-H. 

F. 
Hebrew— Hdbralque M.-H. 

F. 
Hungarian — Hongroise M.-H. 

F. 
Icelandic — Islandaise M.-H 

F. 
Indian — Indienne M.-H. 

F 
Italian— Italienne M.-H. 

F. 
Japanese — Japonaise M.-H 

F. 
Negro — Nfigre M.-H. 

F. 
Norwegian — Norvfigienne M.-H. 

F- 
Polish — Polonaise M.-H 

F. 
Roumanian — Roumaine .' M.-H 

F. 
Russian — Russe M.-H. 

F. 
Serbo-Croatian— Serbo-Croate (') M.-H. 

F. 

Swedish — SuMoise M.-H, 

• F. 
Swiss — Suisse M.-H. 

F. 
Syrian — Syrienne M.-H 

F. 

Ukranian — Ukranienne Total. 

Bukovinian — Bukovinienne M.-H, 

F. 
Galician — Galicienne M.-H. 

F. 

70 Ruthenian — Ruthtoe M.-H. 

71 F. 

72 Ukranian — Ukranienne M.-H. 

73 F. 

74 Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6e M.-H. 

75 ■ . F. 

76 Various — Origines diveises (■) M.-H 

77 F. 




21,435 
10,853 
'10,682 

eo,6oe 

10,S9S 

10,109 

5,338 

6,492 

2,765 

2, "~ 

2,252 

2,108 

38 

40 

118 

148 

5 



10 



38,684 
19,697 
18,987 

1,410 

e,S68 

S,66S 

870 

739 

1,247 

1,147 

737 

662 

4 

4 

16,703 

16,348 



51 
27 
104 
105 



23,916 
12,317 
11,599 

S,71S 

S,97S 

1,740 

1,134 

1,057 

627 

584 

1,211 

1,097 

1 

2 

9,227 

8,756 

1 
9 
7 



17,354 
16,631 

B4,799 

IS, 769 

IB, 040 

4,225 

4,074 

4,418 

4,080 

4,097 

3,867 

19 

19 

4,099 

4,165 



206 
201 



42,977 
22,258 
20,719 

9,sse 

4,8SS 

4,601 

1,589 

1,476 

1,275 

1,135 

1,952 

1,877 

22 

13 

17,009 

15,963 

2 

2 

7 

6 

23 



43 



16 
7 
1 
1 
49 
19 



32,078 
16,698 
15,380 

19.949 
15,618 
14,4S1 
8,257 
7,959 
4,644 
4,073 
2,474 

2,: 

153 
121 
400 
333 
17 

g 

38 

28 

1 

2 

1 

31 

19 

292 

262 

2 

119 
107 



69,093 
33,754 
35,339 

62, ns 
so, 140 

S1,9SS 

15,843 

16,635 

9,912 

10,666 

4,321 

4,482 

164 

150 

1,127 

1,364 

19 

15 

2 

7 

87 
1 



64 
494 
462 

17 

7 

334 

283 

23 

8 

434 

433 



255 

262 

107 

71 

15 

II 

5 

1 

46 

25 

3 

1 

83 



122 
116 



125 

•134 

40 

22 



33,900 
17,706 
16,194 

18,678 

15,000 

IS, 678 

8,040 

7,605 

4,012 

3,485 

2,890 

2,638 

58 

50 

1,713 

1,692 



348 
284 
266 
211 



81 

61 

2 

35 
25 



138 

126 

23 

10 



53 

68 

11 

8 



17 
26 
2 



(') See page 2. 



TABLEAU 2. .Population — Origines par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — smte. 





NOVA SCOTIA 




■o 


1 


• 


^■-3 


2: .S 


"J 1 







.2 










s 








TOTAL 


III 




m 2 

§■ .2 

rt 


s 
8 


L 

II 



1^1 

< 


1 


S 

1 


^ 
fl 




3 
X! 

g 

a 
a 
I-) 




40 


50 


51 


52 


63 


64 


55 


66 


57 


58 


69 


60 


61 


i 


S3, 387 


38,421 


387,876 


27,098 


31,325 


76,362 


25,196 


41,191 


28,965 


97,228 


19,739 


23,808 


23,723 


33,742 


1 


26,959 


19,755 


197,351 


13,988 


16,031 


39,759 


12,647 


21,072 


14,633 


48,455 


10.165 


12,421 


12,045 


17,295 


2 


26,428 


18,666 


190,525 


13,110 


15,294 


36,603 


12,549 


20,119 


14,332 


48,773 


9,674 


U,387 


11,678 


16,447 


3 


S1,SS5 


SS.lOi 


ess, 001 


S0,SO6 


17, see 


69,903 


es,iis 


se,ies 


SS,016 


79, HO 


17,7S4 


is,m 


SI, 602 


- 11,460 


4- 


16,090 


17,979 


iss.eis 


10,688 


n,m 


SO, SIS 


11,746 


17,935 


ll,i8S 


S9,0H 


9,086 


9,527 


10,894 


6,es4 


5 


16,Si6 


17, lU 


m,su 


10, m 


tS,66i 


t9]091 


11,697 


17,SSS 


11, ess 


40,116 


8,6S8 


S,699 


10,708 


5,816 


6 


11,957 


8,890 


66, 143 


3,207 


4,319 


9,356 


4,535 


10,997 


9,370 


23,491 


5,463 


754 


8,376 


4,425 


7 - 


11,660 


8,924 


65,521 


2,939 


4,242 


8,373 


4,906 


10,901 


9,601 


24,490 


5,329 


626 


8,602 


4,684 


8 


1,942 


4,463 


65,305 


1,936 


1,677 


5,251 


2,108 


2,399 


825 


8,071 


1,240 


597 


1,208 


461 


9 


1,015 


4,111 


33.365 


1,724 


1,546 


4,961 


1.804 


2,223 


722 


8,254 


1,079 


495 


1,015 


■ 431 


10 


2,177 


4,369 


26,470 


5,504 


8,137 


16,127 


6,055 


4,452 


1,239 


7,252 


2,341 


8,174 


1,234 


685 


11 


1,956 


3,883 


24,838 


5,415 


7,848 


15,699 


4,947 


4,132 


1,165 


7,172 


2,198 


7,676 


1,046 


631 


12 ' 


H 


267 


740 


36 


■ 31 


78 


48 


87 


64 


210 


42 


. 2 


77 


63 


13 


14 


207 


620 


45 


26 


58 


40 


72 


60 


191 


32 


4 


46 


70 


14 


10,148 


583 


61,127 


2.182 


1,090 


5,357 


229 


2,056 


1,158 


3,009 


133 


2,677 


206 


1,110 


16 


10,718 


497 


69,984 


1,997 


992 


5,056 


228 


1,920 


1,076 


2,986 


78 


2,489 


184 


916 


16 


6 


2 


50 


- 


42 


282 


- 


53 


- 


18 


- 


6 


- 


■. 6 


17 


- 


- 


30 


- 


23 


199 


_ 


24 


- 


9 


- 


6 


- 


1 


18 


4 


34 


112 


16 


] 


133 


4 


142 


_ 


20 


- 


43 


1 


- 


19 


3 


33 


100 


18 


6 


103 


3 


100 


3 


16 


2 


44 


_ 


- 


20 


25 


9 


179 


1 


17 


44 


22 


15 


3 


147 


6 


1 


■ 13 


6 


21 


1 


- 


6 


_ 












2 


_ 


_ 


3 




22 


2 


- 


4 


_ 


29 


52 


3 


23 


7 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


2 


- 


3 


- 


24 


41 


1 


16 


6 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


8 


14 


562 


7 


6 


54 


7 


12 


17 


66 


2 


3 


16 


7 


25 


3 


6 


414 


1 


4 


22 


4 


6 


11 


44 


1 


3 


17 


6 


28 


150 


688 


1,932 


346 


35 


147 


112 


126 


587 


2,449 


303 


9 


261 


920 


28-'' 


137 


486 


1,706 


315 


36 


104 


113 


80 


523 


2,242 


297 


6 


194 


817 


- 


- 


25 


- 




7 


4 




2 


9 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


29 


- 


- 


10 


_ 


_ 


5 


4 


_ 


1 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


30 


180 


115 


940 


353 


42 


197 


64 


183 


760 


1,350 


380 


16 


445 


9,269 


|y'7,3t7 


111 


100 


758 


286 


51 


175 


75 


198 


613 


1,196 


325 


. 17 


373 


8,698 


14 


1 


42 


- 


- 


40 


- 


8 


. 1 


38 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


33 


3 


1 


12 


_ 


_ 


11 


_ 


5 




20 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


34 


46 


37 


636 


7 


20 


488 


4 


20 


11 


291 


4 


12 


18 


98 


35 


40 


31 


607 


7 


9 


442 


4 


20 


6 


310 


- 


7 


18 


68 


36 


- 


- 


1 


- 


] 


82 


2 


9 




4 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


37 


~ 


2 


5 


- 


- 


66 


4 


4 


- 


2 


_ 


6 


- 


- 


38 
39 
40 


_ 


_ 


_ 


I 


I 


I 


_ 


_ 


I 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


62 


110 


680 


114 


133 


132 


64 


47 


88 


82 


60 


92 


29 


39 


41 


37 


118 


651 


101 


137 


139 


66 


48 


79 


106 


53 


87 


23 


33 


42 


22 


16 


254 


4 


121 


664 


6 


24 


40 


158 


2 


4 


3 


■ 8 


43 


7 


3 


113 


3 


80 


318 


8 


11 


22 


77 


2 


1 


6 


4 


44 


1 


2 


3 














3 


- 


- 






46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


46 


60 


169 


604 


219 


28 


177 


176 


203 


419 


• 1,112 


149 


2 


133 


8 


47 


26 


166 


586 


220 


20 


91 


168 


195 


407 


1,128 


160 


6 


133 




48 


51 


12 


341 


2 


12 


32 


5 


26 


10 


102 


-4 


2 


- 


6 


49 


30 


12 


247 


- 


6 


16 


11 


22 


8 


62 


- 


6 


2 


6 


60 


22 


7 


49 


3 


28 


421 




43 


2 


17 


- 


6 


2 




51 


1 


2 


16 


2 


14 


296 


1 


28 


1 


13 


- 


2 


1 


- 


52 


2 


- 


10 




7 


47 




3 




12 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


53 , 


- 


- 


1 


- 


■ 5 


20 


_ 




_ 


6 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


54 


11 


4 


lis 


1 


27 


179 


2 


21 


] 


104 


- 


- 


- 


5 


55 


• 5 


6 


70 


- 


-19 


54 


1 


15 


_ 


27 


> 


- 


- 


1 


56 


- 


3 


7 


- 


- 


60 


- 


- 


-^ 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


57 


- 


2 


4 


- 


- 


47 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


58 


32 


27 


328 


4 


16 


58 


10 


19 


13 


68 


9 


4 


12 


12 


69 


7 


30 


250 


3 


10 


40 


.8 


11 


17 


66 


4 


2 


9 


13 


60 


- 


- 


16 


6 


4 


1 


162 


43 


_ 


28 


1 


- 


1 


10 


61 


- 


2 


15 


1 


4 


3 


142 


30 


2 


25 


■ 1 


1 


1 


14 


62 


17 


27 


335 


13 


111 


83 


22 


26 


6 


108 


9 


13 


4 


104 


63 


9 


25 


259 


18 


92 


69 


9 


27 




130 


1 


7 


1 


94 


64 


- 


1 


S 


- 


9 


S79 






- 




- 




- 


- 


65 


- 


- 


.- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


.. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


66 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_, 


- 


_ 


_ 


67 


- 


1 


2 


- 


"3 


53 


_ 




. 


_ 


_' 


_ 


_ 


_ 


68 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


26 


■- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


69 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


24 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


20 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


71 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


162 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


72 












94 


















73 


27 


■ 15 


258 


7 


1 


32 


"1 


14 


■ 3 


102 


16 


3 


8 


46 


74 


26 


19 


276 


5 


1 


27 




14 


5 


102 


11 


1 


6 


58 


75 


- 


10 


80 


20 


93 


44 


2 


22 


17 


124 


1 






7 


76 


8 


2 


58 


10 


93 


24 


2 


17 


15 


87 


1 


1 


- 


1 


77 



10 
TABLE 2. - Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 





Origins— Origines 




NOVA SCOTIA-Con. 


ONTARIO 




. S 


hi 


1 . 

8-8 iS 




OS 

is 


' es 












S 

i 




^ " 


TOTAL 


1* 


m 


m 


i 


62 


63 


64 


/ 65 


66 


67 


68 


1 


Population 


. . .Total. 


40,851 


23,435 


31,174 


523,837 


40,618 


33,676 


20,085 


33,292 


2 




M.-H. 


20,537 


11,913 


15,511 


266,472 


22,815 


18,332 


10,180 


16,364 


3 




F. 


20,314 


11,522 


15,663 


257,365 


17,803 


15,344 


9,905 


16,928 


4 


British — Britannique 


Total. 


S7,SiS 


18,679 


1S,SS7 


407,618 


i9,seo 


11,194 


16,064 


S8,401 


5 




M.-H. 


18,719 


9,SSS 


6,406 


m,461 


10,614 


11,118 


7,SS0 


1S,81S 


6 




F. 


18,614 


9,ue 


6,881 


SOI, 167 


8,6S6 


10,076 


7,634 


14,679 


7 


English-rAnglaise 


....M.-H. 


3,698 


7,045 


5,540 


100,575 


4,675 


6,178 


4,496 


9,217 


8 




F. 


3,553 


7,211 


6,066 


101,631 


3,877 


4,623 


4,434 


9,627 


9 


Irish— Irlandaiso 


....M-.H. 


1,690 


781 


499 


28,743 


3,055 


3,027 


1,193 


1,919 


10 




F. 


1,528 


694 


493 


26,969 


2,416 


2,743 


1,229 


2,156 


11 


^Scotch- Eoossaiae 


....M.-H. 


13,248 


1,374 


339 


75,161 


2,853 


2,754 


1,748 


2,483 


12 




F. 


13,480 


1,232 


300 


72,839 


2,312 


2,685 


1,775 


2,649 


13 


Other— Autres. .r 


....M.-H. 


93 


133 


28 


982 


41 


159 


84 


203 


14 




F. 


53 


109 


22 


818 


31 


125 


96 


147 


15 


French— Frangaise 


....M.-H. 


752 


427 


8,743 


29, 128 


6,900 


1,971 


115 


309 


16 




F. 


803 


342 


8,424 


27,491 


6,306 


1,677 


107 


301 


17 


Austrian — ^Autrichienne 


....M.-H. 


9 






416 


342 


526 


23 


77 


18 




F. 


6 


_ 


_ 


267 


168 


307 


19 


69 


19 


Belgian — Beige 


....M.-H. 


102 


- 


- 


462 


10 


9 


- 


2 


20 




F. 


83 


1 


_ 


370 


6 


9 


- 


4 


21 


Chinese— Chinoise 


. . . .M.-H. 


28 


1 


6 


309 


■37 


63 


8 


86 


22 




F. 


1 


_ 




6 


- 


3 


- 


9 


23 


Czech-Tchique (Bohemian & Moravlan).M.-H. 


11 


- 


- 


135 


5 


2 


2 


8 


24 




F. 


2 


- 


- 


94 


- 


- 


2 


11 


25 


Danish — Danoise 


. . . .M.-H. 


11 


1 


3 


211 


26 


30 


21 


11 


26 




r. 


6 


2 


. 16 


141 


17 


31 


18 


11 


27 


Dutch— Hollandaise .• 


....M.-H. 


115 


• ■ 640 


30 


6,080 


221 


112 


499 


425 


28 




F. 


105 


663 


32 


5,426 


187 


132 


443 


465 


29 


Finnish— Finlandaise 


....M.-H. 


3 


- 


- 


26 


882 


817 


- 


- 


30 




F. 


1 


- 


- 


19 


688 


603 


- 


- 


31 


German — ^Allemande 


M -H 


57 
54 


1,027 

897 


21 
24 


14,164 
J2,882 


362 
326 


332 
283 


324 
337 


■ 298 


32 




F. 


367 


33 


Greek — Grecque : . . . 


. . . .M.-H. 


15 


- 


2 


104 


- 


18 


2 


32 


34 




F. 


8 


- 


1 


46 


- 


6 


- 


18 


35 


Hebrew— Hebralque 


....M.-H. 


38 


18 


94 


1,123 


29 


57 


1 


120 


36 




F. 


39 


16 


94 


1,038 


17 


69 


1 


121 


37 


Hungarian— Hongroise 


. . . .M.-H. 




- 




99 


1 


2 


15 


146 


38 




r. 


_ 


- 


_ 


81 


- 


2 


16 


133 


39 


Icelandic — Islandaise 


. . . .M.-H. 


_ 


4 


_ 


4 


1 


3 


- 


1 


40 




F. 


_ 


4 


- 


5 


- 


2 


- 


- 


41 


Indian — Indienne 


. . . .M.-H. 


87 
70 


46 
45 


20 
28 


1,033 
1,015 


2,034 
1,932 


610 

481 


1,544 

1,347 


81 


42 




F. 


95 


43 


Italian — Italienne 


. . . .M.-H. 


32 


49 


8 


1,023 


372 


1,724 


13 


157 


44 




F. 


20 


41 


5 


597 


177 


1,281 


7 


121 


45 


Japanese — Japonaise 


....M.-H. 




- 




3 


1 


- 


1 


- 


46 




F. 


_ 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47 


Negro— N^gre 


....M.-H. 


147 


245 


100 


3,118 


3 


. 8 


38 


92 


48 




F. 


175 


263 


92 


3,057 


3 


- 


31 


81 


49 


Norwegian — Norv^gienne 


....M.-H. 


22 


60 


15 


298 


18 


116 


- 


16 


50 




F. 


9 


34 


14 


184 


12 


65 


1 


18 


51 


Polish 


. . . .M.-H. 


53 


- 


1 


676 


194 


. 69 


12 


254 


52 




F. 


43 


I 


2 


404 


75 


39 


7 


221 


53 


Roumanian— Roumaine 


. . . .M.-H. 


4 


- 




73 


83 


39 


10 


10 


64 




F. 


7 


- 


- 


38 


18 


10 


6 


4 


55 


Russixin — Russe 


....M.-H. 


43 


- 


- 


383 


306 


261 


13 


. 59 


56 




F. 


20 


- 


- 


137 


56 


70 


8 


29 


67 


Serbo-Croatian- Serbo-Croate (>)... 


....M.-H. 




- 


- 


60 


13 


207 




11 


58 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


47 


3 


88 




1 


S9 


Swedish- SuMoise 


....M.-H. 


23 


19 


2 


269 


71 


159 


4 


20 


60 




F. 


21 


16 


2 


221 


37 


104 


5 


13 


61 


Swiss— Suisse 


....M.-H. 


177 


- 


1 


434 


11 


13 


6 


24 


62 




F. 


172 


2 


1 


399 


6 


11 


9 


22 


63 


Syrian — Syrienne 


. . . .M.-H. 


44 


8 


58 


609 


66 


35 


- 


82 


64 




F. 


28 


9 


46 


631 


45 


41 


- 


60 


66 


Ukranian — Uhranienne 


.... Total. 


1 


- 




SS9 


197 


US 


7 


14S 


66 


Bukovinian — Bukovinienne 


....M.-H. 


— 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


67 




F. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


.- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


68 


Galician — Galicienne 


....M.-H. 


1 


_ 


_ 


56 


69 


37 


4 


29 


69 




F. 


_ 


■- 


- 


32 


22 


6 


3 


29 


70 


Ruthenian— Ruthtoe 


....M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


24 


1 


14 


- 


17 


71 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


7 




19 


72 


Ukranian- Ukranienne 


....M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


162 


74 


38 


- 


28 


73 




F. 


1 


. 


- 


95 


41 


10 




20 


74 


Unspecified — Non-8p6cifi€e 


....M.-H. 


13 


12 


- 


253 


31 


27 


4 


48 


75 




F. 


10 


21 


- 


266 


27 


33 


3 


78 


76 


Various— Origines diverses (') 


....M.-H. 


22 


23 


2 


377 


38 


16 


1 


- 100 


77 




F. 


17 


20 


2 


290 


8 


8 


2 


59 



(>) See page 2. 



11 

TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



ONTARIO— Con. 




J3 




_2 


.a, 

& 
3 


§ 


s 


.sl 






,£1 


Fort 

William 

& Rainy 

River 


i 


& 1 

s 2 
"^ 






m 


CQ 





a 








H 


H 


w 


H 




f^ 







69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


i 


20,872 


23,413 


32,673 


15,415 


24,388 


24,629 


17,306 


27,678 


71,150 


31,425 


39,661 


20,390 


38,573 


16,644 


1 


10,684 


11,904 


16,751 


7,996 


12,338 


12,457 


8,872 


13,860 


37, m 


16,129 


21,573 


10,672 


19,528 


8,266 


2 


10,188 


11,609 


15,922 


7,419 


12,050 


12,172 


8,434 


13,818 


34,039 


15,296 


18,088 


9,718 


19,045 


8,378 


3 


ir.sis 


16,S10 


2e.S2B 


14,901 


17,SS0 


es,80B 


16,149 


26, SOS 


41,278 


21, 47s 


22,7S6 


n,89S 


20,071 


16,012 


4 


9,101 


7,711 


1S,4S7 


7,77S 


8,779 


ie,024 


7,74s 


is,ei6 


21,SS9 


10,928 


12,166 


9, SIS 


9,997 


7,402 


5 


8,741 


7,608 


. ie,s6S 


7, no 


8,760 


11,781 


7,407 


12,686 


19,919 


10,646 


10,679 


8,680 


10,074 


7,610 


6 


2,961 


2,096 


4,207 


2,739 


3,274 


7,366 


5,168 


7,189 


11,757 


7,309 


6,978 


4,031 


1,897 


2,306 


7. 


2,865 


1,958 


4,019 


2,606 


3,400 


7,230 


4,972 


7,251 


11,062 


7,094 


5,347 


3,905 


1,817 


2,483 


8 


2,971 


2,787 


7,463 


4,056 


3,579 


3,566 


1,242 


1,905 


4,957 


1,897 


2,646 


3,925 


1,788 


3,884 


9 


2,790 


2,627 


7,121 


3,696 


3,441 


3,413 


1,182 


1,898 


4,695 


1,828 


2,206 


3,503 


1,750 


3,943 


10 


3,166 


2,812 


1,740 


972 


1,911 


• 1,061 


1,281 


3,471 


4,420 


1,664 


3,372 


1,343 


6,297 


1,171 


11 


3,079 


2,906 


. 1,692 


1,015 


1,863 


1,106 


1,208 


3,469 


4,082 


1,570 


2,885 


1,159 


6,487 


1,165 


12 


14 


17 


47 


5 


15 


31 


51 


51 


205 


58 


160 


14 


15 


41 


13 


7 


17 


36 


3 


16 


32 


45 


68 


200 


53 


141 


13 


20 


19 


14 


347 


324 


2,792 


9 


1,277 


65 


164 


160 


10,002 


3,269 


1,426 


411 


8,381 


486 


15 


126 


299 


2,635 


13 


1,125 


67 


142 


175 


9,621 


3,125 


1,127 


333 


7,955 


403 


16 


- 


28 


19 


5 


2 


14 


12 


13 


143 


15 


837 


8 


2 


7 


17 


- 


6 


18 




- 


15 


7 


13 


. 99 


10 


570 






1 


18 


- 


2 


■ 6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


25 


72 


195 


26 


- 


1 


- 


19 


- 


3 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


9 


71 


150 


17 


- 


8 


1 


20 


7 


5 


10 


6 


5 


12 


2 


28 


209 


16 


81 


2 


23 


13 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


7 




3 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 


5 


- 


4 


1 


- 


_ 


3 


34 


_ 


359 


3 


_ 


- 


23 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




19 


3 


379 


2 


• - 


'- 


24 


2 


13 


23 


- 


4 


7 


3 


12 


59 


32 


80 


13 


7 


16 


25 


1 


7 


20 


- 


3 


8 


3 


13 


44 


26 


68 


■ 1 


2 


8 


28 


125 


92 


60 


84 


1,712 


119 


610 


243 


471 


368 


141 


684 


733 


237 


27 


112 


86 


64 


93 


1,631 


103 


648 


254 


432 


313 


109 


526 


719 


262 


28 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3 


1,163 


6 


6 


> 


29 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 




1,049 


- 




4 


30 


786 


3,622 


Ill 


06 


474 


37 


277 


531 


1,118 


738 


391 


217 


68 


40 


31 


721 


3,616 


142 


49 


465 


53 


278 


463 


1,088 


682 


324 


208 


70 


49 


32 


- 


1 




- 


- 


6 


2 


6 


29 


4 


48 


- 


8 


- 


33 


- 


- 




- 


- 


6 


- 




9 


4 


24 


- 


■ 6 


_ 


34 


9 


22 


60 


22 


39 


35 


7 


45 


541 


, 16 


157 


8 


67 


13 


36 


8 


30 


49 


25 


36 


24 


2 


39 


577 


18 


•139 


3 


56 


16 


36 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


2 


6 


60 


14 


19 


- 


- 


- 


37 


- 


- 


1 


- 


'- 


- 


2 


1 


41 


17 


20 


- 


_. 


_ 


38 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


1 


- 


39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10 


- 


- 


- 


40 


243 


4 


6 


- 


7 


1 


4 


40 


14 


.9 


608 


19 


16 


6 


41 


400 


1 


9 


- 


8 


- 


3 


49 


6 


5 


679 


10 


5 


2 


42 


11 


11 


32 


12 


16 


20 


7 


26 


397 


.44 


932 


- 


^ 91 


21 


43 


6 


2 


16 


6 


9 


19 


5 


17 


207 


22 


650 


3 


69 


6 


44 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- ■ 


/ - 


- 


2 


5 


1 


- 


- 




45 


— 




— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


46 


4 




- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


11 


644 


308 


6 


3 


16 


_ 


47 


6 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


,3 


10 


634 


243 


9 


1 


12 


- 


48 


- 


5 


21 


1 


4 


. 3 


- 


2 


36 


13 


436 


16 


4 


1 


49 


2 


4 


13 


- 


4 


1 


3 


3 


32 


19 


380 


11 


4 




50 


6 


11 


22 


- 




6 


16 


18 


637 


17 


■ 269 


2 


13 


- 


51 


5 


6 


10 


- 


■- 


5 


7 


3 


384 


6 


193 


3 


4 


2 


52 


- 


3 


10 


- 


- 


4 


- 


4 


362 


8 


52 


1 


4 


- 


53 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


218 


7 


62 


- 


5 


_ 


54 


7 


5 


20 


- 


2 


17 


1 


3 


501 


31 


179 


6 


14 


4 


55 


6 


2 


2 


- 


5 


15 


. 


4 


213 


10 


78 


- 


1 




56 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


19 




15 


- 


- 


- 


57 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


8 


- 


12 


- 


1 


1- 


58 


3 


- 


16 


10 


3 


1 


6 


10 


37 


3 


733 


22 


22 


8 


59 


7 


- 


13 


4 


2 


3 


6 


13 


36 


3 


516 


15 


9 


6 


60 


11 


22 


15 


1 


2 


6 


1 


8 


24 


18 


26 


26 


1 


1 


61 


17 


22 


15 


- 


- 


4 


2 


15 


19 


20 


17 


13 


3 


2 


62 


- 


- 


9 


- 


-■ 


- 


- 


21 


202 


43 


75 




23 


4 


63 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


170 


32 


49 


- 


13 


2 


64 


- 


6 


SO 


- 


- 


74 


- 


1 


104 


6 


2,274 


- 


■ S 


i 


65 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


. 


66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


67 


- 


2 


19 


- 


- 


13 


_ 


_ 


18 


_ 


144 


. 


1 


1 


68 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


11 


_ 


- 


7 


1 


105 


- 






69 


, - 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 


3 


73 


- 


_ 


_ 


70 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


36 


- 


62 


- 


_ 


_ 


71 


- 


2 


3 


- 


- 


29 


- 


1 


64 


~ 


1,069 


- 


1 


_ 


72 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


- 


- 


28 


1 


820 


- 


_ 


_ 


73 


22 


10 


39 


1 


9 


17 


12 


26 


68 


22 


37 


9 


22 


8 


74 


29 


16 


28 


2 


10 


19 


16 


24 


63 


29 


37 


7 


32 


. 4 


75 


- 


3 


6 


2 


2 


15 




3 


57 


7 


31 


5 


7 




76 


1 


I 


2 


4 


2 


15 


~ 


3 


25 


2 


20 


2 


7 


- 


77 



51810—3 



- 12 

TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 





Origins — Origines 




ONTARIO-CoB. 






JS 


13 - 

a 

c3 


a 


o 


a 


a ' 


1^ 










!■! 


-5 

3 


s 


ll 


11 


11 


■3s 








O 


o 


W 


W 


« 


w 


a 


w 


i 


83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


88 


89 


90 


1 


Population 


.Total. 


30,667 


28,384 


21,287 


24,809 


49,820 


39,298 


23,072 


34,451 


2 




M.-H. 


IS, 395 


14 610 


10,889 


12,748 


24,983 


18,893 


11,997 


17,130 


3 




F. 


15,272 


13,774 


10,398 


12,151 


24,837 


20,405 


11,075 


17,821 


4 


British — Britannique 


. . Total. 


!!S,74r 


SI, 646 


16,7SS 


SS,4SS 


40.410 


31,024 


18,820 


29,601 


5 




M.-H. 


1J,,S96 


11,009 


8,006 


11,006 


10,8S0 


16,060 


0,7SS 


14,614 


6 




F. 


14, SSI 


10.446 


7,7S1 


11,616 


SO, 699 


18,866 


.0,087 


14,077 


7 


English— Anglaiae 


.M.-H. 


6,854 


3,426 


4,674 


6,977 


11,673 


8,808 


4,578 


8,148 


8 




F. 


6,812 


3,124 


4,603 


6,598 


11,707 


9,520 


4,417 


8,166 


9 


Irish — Irlandaise 


.M.-H. 


4,882 


4,266 


1,887 


2,439 


3,552 


2,991 


3,960 


4,559 


10 




F. 


4,869 


4,030 


1,780 


2,427 


3,958 


3,532 


3,581 


4,798 


11 


Scotch — ^Ecossaise — 


.M.-H. 


3,614 


3,386 


1,375 


2,425 


4,386 


3,113 


1,172 


■1,828 


12 




F. 


3,630 


3,272 


1,302 


2,445 


4,630 


3,627 


. 1,072 


1,957 


13 


Other — ^Autres 


.M.-H. 


46 


21 


69 


66 


210 


157 


23 


79 


14 




F. 


60 


■ 20 


46 


46 


214 


176 


17 


56 


15 


French— Frangaise 


.M.-H. 


182 


86 


173 


85 


376 


386 


926 


749 


16 




F. 


185 


70 


158 


73 


432 


424 


829 


733 


17 


Austrian — ^Autrichienne 


.M.-H. 


9 


_ 


6 


17 


302 


104 


42 


8 


18 




F. 


■ 4 


1 


8 


12 


235 


80 


16 


6 


19 


Belgian — Beige.... : 


.M.-H. 


3 


5 


2 




1 


4 




13 


20 




F. 


2 


4 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


17 


21 


Chinese — Chinoise ; 


M.-H. 


27 


12 


16 


■ 36 


164 


174 


8 


69 


22 




F. 


- 


3 


- 


3 


9 


18 


- 


2 


23 


Czech-TchSque CBohemian & Moravian). M.-H. 


6 


- 


4 


- 


22 


19 


2 


- 


24 




F. 


6 


- 


I 


- 


20 


17 


- 


- 


25 


Danish— Danoise 


.M.-H. 


5 


3 


7 


13 


49 


10 


8 


11 


26 




F. 


3 


3 


5 


6 


54 


13 


3 


7 


27 


Dutch — HoUandaise 


M.-H. 


194 


156 


741 


211 


325 


267 


4,59 


921 


28 




F. 


200 


123 


747 


183 


33!) 


334 


391 


924 


29 


Finnish — Finlandaise 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


1 


- 


12 


- 


1 


3 


30 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


■ - 


1 


3 


31 


German — Allemande 


.M.-H. 


299 


3,179 


1,270 


132 


586 


542 


186 


364 


32 




F. 


270 


3,057 


1,202 


145 


671 


683 


161 


366 


33 


Greek — Grecque 


M.-H. 


20 


1 


- 


2 


46 


44 


- 


12 


34 




F. 


16 


1 


- 


- 


16 


19 


- 


4 


35 


Hebrew — Hebralque 


..M.-H. 


44 


14 


10 


30 


623 


721 


8 


42 


36 




F. 


33 


28 


6 


23 


487 


687 


2 


32 


37 


Hungarian — Hongroise 


..M.-H. 


12 


- 


29 


2 


47 


43 


- 


- 


38 




F. 


8 


- 


33 


3 


36 


50 


1 


- 


39 


Icelandic — Islandaise 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


40 


■ • 


F. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


41 


Indian — Indienne 


..M.-H. 


12 


- 


351 


47 


60 


48 


543 


32 


42 




F. 


19 


- 


313 


36 


51 


53 


497 


34 


43 


Italian— Italienne 


..M.-H. 


7 


6 


95 


118 


886 


933 


19 


109 


44 




F. 


6 


2 


40 


46 


690 


772 


20 


80 


46 


Japanese — Japonaise 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


"" 


- 


- 


- 


46 




F. 


- 
















47 


Negro — N^gre 


..M.-H. 


81 


7 


26 


33 


84 


70 


- 


8 


48 




F. 


87 


3 


22 


42 


88 


84 


- 


9 


49 


Norwegian — NorvSgienne 


..M.-H. 


2 


1 


5 


3 


9 


11 


2 


5 


50 




F. 


4 


1 


5 


1 


11 


5 


- 


2 


51 


Polisli — Polonaise 


..M.-H: 


1 


1 


13 


13 


566 


124 


10 


8 


52 




F. 


3 


- 


11 


6 


499 


88 


12 


6 


53 


Roumanian— Roumaine 


..M.-H. 


- 


1 


2 


3 


101 


70 


3 


7 


54 




F. 


- 


. 


- 


6 


63 


49 


- 


- 


55 


Russian — Russe 


..M.-H. 


- 4 


1 


19 


16 


436 


106 


4 


19 


56 




F. 


4 


- 


6 


5 


290 


47 


3 


6 


57 


Serbo-Croatian — Serbo-Croate (i) 


. .M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


2 


87 


12 


- 


- 


68 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


2 


48 


6 


5 


1 


59 


Swedish — Su^doise 


..AI.-H. 


11 


2 


7 


14 


63 


37 


6 


9 


60 




F. 


7 


1 


9 


10 


64 


27 


7 


12 


61 


Swiss — Suisse 


..M.-H. 


17 


31 


83 


11 


27 


16 


16 


14 


62 




F. 


6 


20 


77 


5 


19 


23 


15 


18 


63 


Syrian— Syrienne 


..M.-H. 


28 




7 


1 


6 


1 


4 


14 


64 




F. 


24 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


3 


9 


65 


Ukranian — Ukranienne 


. . Total. 


- 


- 


- 


«« 


292 


60 


- 


S 


66 


Bukovinian— Bukovinienne 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 


Galician— Galicienne 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


14 


51 


25 


- 


3 


69 




F. 


- 


- 


— 


8 


34 


9 


- 


- 


70 


Ruthenian— Ruthtoe 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


95 


- 


- 


- 


71 




F. 


- 


> 


- 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


72 


Ukranian — Ukranienne. ..'. 


..M.-H. 


_ 


. 


- 


_ 


41 


20 


- 


- 


73 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


6 


- 


- 


74 


Unspecified — Non-sp^ifi6e 


..M.-H. 


30 


8 


14 


17 


20 


25 


18 


60 


75 




F. 


30 


10 


24 


18 


26 


47 


22 


70 


76 


Various— Origines diverses (•) 


..M.-H. 


6 




3 


22 


■ 167 


13 


- 


36 


77 




F. 


4 


1 


1 


2 


86 


9 


" 


4 



(1) See page 2. 



13 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par Circonscriptions filectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



ONTAEIO-Con. 




22 






1 




1 




tn 

■0 


ill 


c 

8 


-0 


=3§ 


■vS 






a 
M 


3 


0) 


.S 


J 


J 


M -a 
< 


1 


CI 

■3 


r 


■r 


tn 

S 




gi 


02 


93 


94 


96 


96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


101 


102 


103 


104 


i 


23,510 


23,548 


52,139 


24,104 


25,801 


32,888 


32,993 


31,909 


18,991 


18,625 


63,838 


27,991 


25,033 


19,139 


1 


11,657 


11,692 


26,646 


U,666 


13,084 


16,976 


16,332 


17,3.^8 


9,638 


21,871 


25,361 


11,581 


12,678 


10,153 


2 


U,883 


U,85G 


25,493 


12,438 


12,717 


15,912 


16,661 


17,571 


9,356 


23,751 


28,171 


13,113 


12,355 


9,286 


3 


ei,870 


18,710 


SO, 688 


SI, 601 


S4,037 


S8,8S4 


S0,01S 


SI, 587 


15, SSI 


40,406 


48,854 


se,700 


ss,5eo 


i7,ces 


4 


lO.SlS 


0,246 


SO, 04s 


10, see 


IS, 1S5 


14,767 


1S,S4S 


15,605 


8,060 


S0,406 


SS,780 


IS, 889 


11,401 


8,860 


5 


11,058 


0,411, 


10,54s 


11,SSS 


11,00s 


14,057 


16,600 


15, OSS 


7,87S 


SO, 091 


se.oes 


IS, 811 


11,168 


8.10s 


6 


3,904 


4,487 


11,550 


5,349 


6,084 


7,465 


3,570 


6,208 


3,774 


13,146 


14,098 


8,326 


6,019 


5,410 


7 


4,047 


4,508 


11,366 


5,600 


6,085 


6,968 


3,648 


6,258 


3,876 


13,008 


15,754 


7,618 


5,020 


4,804 


8 


3,786 


2,646 


4,229 


3,237 


3,400 


3,662 


6,731 


7,160 


3,155 


3,356 


4,470 


3,324 


2,403 


1,992 


9 


3,847 


2,655 


4,183 


4,010 


3,213 


3,395 


6,844 


7,351 


2,948 


3,439 


5,384 


3,091 


. 2,366 


1,945 


10 


3,098 


2,091 


4,132 


1,628 


2,697 


3,653 


4,898 


2,167 


1,071 


3,729 


3,984 


2,116 


3,869 


1,409 


11 


3,143 


2,294 


3,892 


1,674 


2,547 


3,637 


5,149 


2,316 


1,016 


3,471 


4,706 


2,091 


3,673 


1,400 


12 


25 


21 


132 


62 


54 


87 


44 


70 


59 


176 


237 


123 


110 


49 


13 


21 


17 


114 


- 51 


57 


57 


28 


■58 


33 


173 


221 


101 


109 


44 


14 


59 


490 


3,189 


518 


155 


634 


561 


659 


239 


679 


298 


131 


75 


423 


15 


70 


469 


3,039 


622 


142 


. 523 


679 


632 


212 


590 


378 


124 


92 


381 


16 


- 


- 


31 


34 


5 


31 


35 


10 


1 


96 


44 


10 


6 


12 


17 


- 


- 


31 


7 


7 


20 


22 


6 


- 


64 


39 


6 


1 


7 


18 


3 


7 


699 


4 


138 


46 


7 




_ 


8 


7 


6 


58 


2 


19 


2 


6 


531 


1 


83 


28 


10 


2 


_ 


6 


11 


5 


35 


2 


20 


10 


3 


59 


100 


8 


'■ 57 


36 


43 


12 


114 


210 


5 


8 


16 


21 


6 


- 


5 


- 


2 


6 


- 


11 


- 


1 


18 


1 






22 


- 


. - 


4 


5 


1 


- 


2 


- 


_ 


5 






18 


_ 


23 


- 


- 


5 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


6 


3 


_ 


11 


_ 


24 


2 


2 


20 


6 


5 


16 


2 


4 


1 


29 


30 


• 52 


5 


18 


25 


2 


1 


19 


8 


5 


18 


3 


5 


2 


25 


25 


53 


2 


19 


26 


40 


35 


416 


132 


162 


226 


84 


322 


1,069 


1,011 


293 


124 


191 


169 


27 


39 


45 


390 


"J 


137 


222 


88 


294 


1,041 


963 


284 


134 


170 


134 


28 


~ 


- 


- 


« 


1 


12 


6 


1 


- 


35 


- 


2 




1 


29 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


9 


4 


- 


_ 


22 


_ 




_ 


2 


30 


647 


1,862 


630 


111 


191 


304 


66 


98 


220 


758 


517 


144 


228 


293 


31 


624 


1,815 


582 


120 


193 


313 


77 


103 


196 


769 


584 


144 


228 


• 292 


32 


~ 


4 


23 


28 


- 


18 


12 


4 


7 


30 


38 


13 




6 


33 


1 


- 


10 


12 


- 


3 


6 


2 


1 


4 


18 


3 


_ 




34 


29 


3 


44 


172 


14 


30 


66 


34 


1 


126 


360 


8 


8 


18 


35 


26 


3 


28 


148 


11 


27 


63 


43 


1 


126 


340 


8 


g 


24 


36 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 


■ 4 


1 


19 




1 




1 


37 


3 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


■■ 4 


2 


2 


9 


1 




. 1 




38 


~ 


~ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


- 


_ 




14 


39 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13 


40 


7 


3 


176 


13 


130 


667 


8 


4 


2 


137 


30 


12 


616 


5 


41 


5 


6 


150 


- 


no 


625 


10 


4 


3 


108 


26 


10 


561 


6 


42 


4 


7 


47 


66 


1 


64 


62 


36 


5 


460 


319 


21 


4 


121 


43 


1 


6 


17 


29 


- 


16 


33 


17 


4 


264 


253 


11 


2 


73 


44 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


~ 


14 


4 


2 


- 


- 


2 


_ 




3 


46 


- 


-1 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 




46 


- 


- 


867 


23 


81 


13 




8 


_ 


94 


70 


46 


16 


2 


47 


~ 


- 


793 


1 


73 


20 


3 


6 


- 


92 


84 


38 


14 


3 


iS 


1 


- 


21 


3 


3 


8 


6 


1 


1 


22 


5 


9 


1 


25 


49 


~ 


~ 


16 


8 


- 


• 8 


1 


- 


3 


19 


9 


4 




11 


50 


~ 


- 


41 


31 


1 


23 


6 


1 


1 


266 


88 


10 


1 


13 


51 


- 


- 


23 


12 


- 


12 


9 


- 


- 


261 


83 


1 




13 


52 


~ 


~ 


5 


13 


- 


16 


2 


- 


- 


88 


6 


6 


_ 




53 


~ 


- 


4 


5 


- - 


9 


- 


- 


- 


47 


1 


6 


_ 


_ 


54 


- 


- 


88 


36 


4 


33 


30 


3 


- 


150 


68 


22 


_ 


14 


55 


~ 


- 


62 


4 


- 


16 


8 


- 


- 


51 


34 


2 


_ 


5 


56 


~ 


- 


4 


1 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


28 


2 


1 


_ 


2 


57 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


5 


- 


- 


16 


1 




_ 


5 


58 


3 


2 


7 


12 


8 


20 


13 


22 


3 


45 


23 


34 


_ 


38 


59 


1 


2 


14 


3 


7 


20 


12 


1 


3 


28 


22 


26 


4 


39 


60 


20 


23 


14 


3 


8 


11 


2 


7 


1 


33 


14 


6 


9 


33 


61 


21 


• 26 


14 


11 


6 


10 


3 


9 


- 


39 


35 


9 


8 


29 


62 


~ 


2 


36 


4 


14 


- 


29 


3 


5 


9 


45 


2 






63 


- 


- 


30 


- 


;5 


- 


17 


- 


5 


8 


31 




_ 


_ 


64 


- 


S 


101 


S 


- 


68 


27 


7 


1 


ISl 


U 


_ 


S 


11 


65 


~ 


2 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


9 


- 


~ 


3 




_ 






66 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


67 


- 


1 


29 


1 


- 


9 


9 


6 


- 


44 


6 


. 


_ 


1 


68 


- 


- 


25 


1 


- 


11 


9 


1 


- 


22 


1 


_ 


2 




69 


~ 


~ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




4 


70 


~ 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




71 


- 


- 


11 


1 


- 


31 


- 


- 


- 


22 


5 


_. 


_ 


4 


72 


- 


- 


31 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


1 


19 


2 


_ 


_ 


2 


73' 


19 


I 


136 


65 


18 


17 


21 


462 


10 


26 


73 


■ 27 


32 


27 


74 


24 


6 


122 


61 


24 


20 


27 


452 


10 


34 


113 


17 


41 


27 


75 


~ 


~ 


3 


13 


- 


10 


3 


- 


- 


143 


23 


r 


1 


29 


76 


" 


~ 


3 


5 


~ 


9 


4 


- 


- 


57 


10 


1 


6 


6 


77 



51810— 3i 



14 



TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

ig 

20 
■21 
■22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
61 
62 
53 
54 
55 
56 
67 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
G5 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
T 



Origins — Origines 



Population Total. 

M.-H. 
F. 

British — Britannique Total. 

M.-H. 

F. 
English— Anglaise M.-H. 

F. 
Irish — Irlandaise M.-H. 

F. 
Scotch— Ecossaise M.-H. 

F. 
Other— Autres M.-H. 

F. 
French — Francaige M.-H. 

F. 
Austrian — Autrichienne M.-H. 

F. 
Belgian— Beige M.-H. 

F. 
Chinese — Chinoiae M.-H. 

F. 
Czech-TchSque (Bohemian & Moravian).M.-H. 

F. 
Danish — Danoise. . . . .• M.-H. 

F. 
Dutch — Hollandaise M.-H. 

F. 
Finnish — Finlandaise M.-H. 

F. 
German — Allemande M.-H. 

F. 
Greek — Grecque.. . j M.-H 

F 
Hebrew — H^braique M.-.H 

F 
Hungarian — Hongroise M.-H 

F, 
Icelandic — Islandaise M.-H. 

F, 
Indian — Indienne M.-H 

F. 

H 

F 



Italian — Italienne M. 



ONTARIO— Con. 



Japanese — Japonaise M.-H 

F. 
Negro — N^gre M.-H 

F, 
Norwegianr— Norv6gienne.' M.-H 

F, 
Polish — Polonaise M.-H 

F. 
Roumanian — Roumaine.. M.-H 

F 
Russian — Russe M.-H 

F. 
Serbo-Croatian— Serbo-Croate 0). M.-H. 

F. 
Swedish — .Su^doise M.-H. 

F. 

Swiss — Suisse M.-H. 

; F. 

Syrian — Syrienne ; M.-H. 

F. 

Ukranian — Ukranienne -. Total. 

Bukovinian — Bukovinienne M.-H. 

' f; 

Galician— Galicionne M.-H. 

F. 
Ruthenian— RuthSne '. M.-H. 

F. 
Ukranian— Ukranienne '. M.-H. 

F. 
Unspecified— N6n-sp6cifi6o M.-H. 

F. 
Various — Origines diverses (>) M.-H. 

F. 



.2 
sx 



105 



58,565 
31,508 
27,057 

SS.OOi 

10,800 

6,419 

4,745 

3,863 

3,491 

2,918 

2,493 

64 

71 

14,861 

12,994 

337 

207 

43 

25 

160 

3 

1 

2 

24 

20 

50 

44 

641 

557 

410 

380 

39 

34 

138 

90 



354 

355 

1,047 

802 

12 



106 



87 

84 

235 

177 

17 

3 

191 

61 

I 

174 
122 
24 
21 
64 
49 
SSI, 



80 

52 

6 

3 

144 

79 

77 

76 

17 

5 



26,366 
13,305 
13,061 

Be, 638 

11,371 

11,167 

7,872 

8,013 

1,604 

1,476 

1,772 

1,597 

123 

81 

189 

229 

95 

99 

5 

6 

.11 

10 
10 
7 
3 
709 
665 
2 

739 
714 
4 
2 
16 
13 
4 
4 



5- 



107 



30,512 
15,012 
15,500 

28,819 
14,107 

H,7n 

8,300 

8,720 

3,416 

3,456 

2,370 

2,611 

22 

25 

233 

239 

1 

1 

1 

2 

16 



6 

4 

306 

252 

2 

2 

119 

113 

17 

8 

26 
24 



102 
86 
19 
14 



C o 



108 



15,120 

7,875 
7,545 

14,631 

7,392 

7,1S9 

3,818 

3,782 

l.f"- 

1,776 

1,682 

1,654 

26 

27 

66 

67 

2 



3 

2 

102 

88 

1 

48 
44 



109 



158 

137 

19 



31,074 
15,762 
15,312 

28,408 

14,269 

14,139 

10,462 

10;392 

1,882 

1,898 

1,854 

1,789 

71 

60 

193 

146 

118 

111 

4 

6 

33 

3 



4 

2 

183 

184 

4 



110 
9 
1 

112 
94 



1 

4 
10 
9 
139 
102 
47 
38 
128 
72 



400 



9 

9 

14 

6 

■ 199 

164 

20 

24 

6 



93,740 
43,232 
60,508 

60, 181 

27, lis 

33,066 

10,731 

11,990 

10,410 

13,758 

6,818 

7,192 

160 

146 

11,813 

13,666 

,117 

86 

38 

45 

261 

9 

17 

8 

100 

75 

166 

200 

6 

3 

621 

768 

60 

31 

1,387 

1,347 

1 



10 

20 

632 

459 

6 

3 

27 

11 

22 

24 

83 

67 

116 

90 

72 

27 



o 



40 

47 

33 

33 

83 

60 

SOS 





33 

36 

14 

12 

66 

33 

266 

366 

10 

20 



24,527 
12,232 
12,295 

20,870 

10,319 

10,651 

5,646 

5.950 

1,350 

1,308 

3,286 

3,252 

37 

41 

111 

89 

9 

6 

3 

3 

21 

1 
3 
16 
8 
165 
148 



1,453 

1,346 

6 

23 
18 



U O 

■a 
o 



22,235 
11,133 
11,102 

20,704 

10,328 

10,37e 

7,329 

7,272 

1,604 

1,461 

1,442 

1,693 

53 

50 

111 

104 

3 

6 

4 

1 

16 



fi) See page 2. 



15 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



ONTARIO— Con. 














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3 


8 

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2 

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3 


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fi< 


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113 


114 


115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 . 


121 


122 


123 


124 


125 


126 


d 

Z 


80,780 


37,022 


23,89G 


32,1GI 


18,383 


13,71C 


29,318 


43,300 


26,47£ 


16,809 


23,956 


27,061 


43,413 


37,122 


1 


38,8^0 


14,71C 


12,371 


16,223 


9,3U 


7,101 


14,382 


24,136 


13,429 


8,288 


12,339 


13,765 


22,084 


18,888 


2 


41, SCO 


12,30C 


11,525 


16,238 


9,067 


6,615 


14,936 


19,164 


13,049 


8,618 


11,617 


13,296 


21,329 


18,234 


3 


74,171 


S0,iS4 


SS,C4C 


ss.sst 


i4,nb 


1S,016 


27,037 


21.684 


6,S94 


16, ISO 


IS, 691 


16,176 


16,110 


27,077 


4 


ss.oes 


10,901 


11,894 


11,646 


7,147 


6,726 


IS, Sit 


11,900 


2,66S 


7,406 


7.040 


8,016 


8.240 


IS. 649 


6 


ss.oos 


9,SSS 


11.140 


11,814 


7,08S 


a, mo 


IS.SIS 


9,784 


2,7S1 


7, 7SI 


6.661 


8,160 


7.870 


IS,42f 





19,581 


S,678 


6,614 


•6,277 


3,394 


2,692 


6,898 


6,133 


612 


4,970 


1,451 


1,205 


2,330 


7,025 


7 


20,840 


6,101 


6,288 


6,402 


3,23: 


2,668 


•6,923 


4,995 


63e 


5,648 


1,283 


1,110 


2,287 


6,747 


8 


9. ISO 


3,238 


3,548 


3,642 


2,044 


2,937 


4,364 


2,381 


1,241 


1,627 


4,096 


4,lSf 


4,183 


3,905 


9 


]0,3,'!4 


2,651 


3,224 


3,672 


2,133 


2,645 


4,837 


1,970 


1,266 


1,377 


3,907 


4,234 


3,894 


3,917 


10 


6,760 


2,041 


1,690 


2,668 


1,703 


1,085 


1,898 


3,26!: 


797 


883 


1,472 


2„545 


l,70f 


2,668 


11 


7,557 


1,735 


1,696 


2,694 


1,690 


1,065 


1,991 


2,720 


814 


678 


1,442 


2,610 


1.667 


2,704 


12 


176 


44 


42 


5S 


6 


11 


68 


118 


13 


25 


22 


IP 


21 


61 


13 


177 


36 


38 


46 


13 


12 


68 


99 


15 


2S 


19 


206 


22 


60 


14 


528 


1,403 


38 


298 


8B 


92 


427 


1,623 


10,620 


103 


1,779 


1,670 


12,825 


3,895 


15 


019 


1,046 


49 


258 


101 


71 


464 


l,17f 


10,185 


117 


1,761 


1,661 


12,527 


3,072 


16. 


112 


89 


16 


3 


3 


- 


1 


1,029 


7 


- 


13 


131 


53 


32 


17 


109 


43 


6 


6 


4 


- 


1 


491 


7 


_ 


14 


17 


40 


27 


18; 


11 


6 


6 


5 


8 


- 


3 


33 


- 


_ 


3 


3 


35 


4 


19' 


5 


14 


4 


S 


8 


- 


- 


19 


1 


- 


3 


9 


34 


4 


20) 


190 


19 


11 


32 


7 


2 


18 


97 


8 


8 


15 


20 


9 


58 


21' 


- 6 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


2 


, - 


- 


- 




7 


4 


22- 


13 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32 


-.- 


- 


_ 


4 






23; 


19 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


26 


- 


_ 


_ 


C 


_ 


_ 


24i 


27 


12 


16 


11 


12 


_ 


5 


89 


_ 


1 


_ 




12 


2 


25; 


31 


8 


9 


4 


10 


- 


3 


63 


- 


I 


_ 


_ 


10 


3 


26'- 


330 


148 


74 


79 


43 


177 


141 


106 


18 


622 


27 


34 


148 


267 


27 


358 


131 


S3 


77 


50 


161 


126 


77 


18 


538 


17 


26 


118 


247 


28- 


16 


83 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


2,063 


_ 




■3 


1 




14 


29 


22 


55 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1,676 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


4 


30> 


395 


788 


71 


3,994 


1,878 


15 


95 


415 


10 


68 


3,256 


1,744 


477 


263 


31 


472 


663 


57 


3,889 


1,747 


26 


104 


337 


14 


55 


2,985 


1,419 


482 


235 


32' 


41 


3 


4 


15 


4 


- 


14 


38 


2 


4 


3 


19 




17 


33: 


9 


- 


3 


6 


2 


- 


16 


10 


7 


3 




8 


_ 


8 


34 


641 


17 


26 


41 


15 


2 


72 


95 


37 


6 


24 


20 


97 


91 


35 


535 


12 


28 


29 


12 


i 


70 


62 


37 


2 


27 


16 


96 


76 


36; 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


7 


- 


.- 


2 


3 






37 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


3 


_ 


_ 


.38. 




16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ 16 


- 


- 






_ 


1 


39 


7 


11 


- 


- 


- 


^ 


- 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


, _ 


_ 


3 


40- 


6 


369 


1 


7 


10 


32 


152 


3,242 


2 


43 


82 


13 


_ 


164 


41 


7 


321 


1 


4 


9 


29 


127 


3,346 


I 


38 


77 


8 


_ 


161 


42 


442 


294 


98 


57 


44 


26 


183 


724 


_ 


. 11 


14 


16 


60 


88 


4? 


403 


147 


56 


25 


14 


7 


170 


461 


_ 


9 


4 


7 


38 


48 


44 ' 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




45 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


46 


51 


6 


- 


28 


6 


_ 


_ 


9 


_ 


1 


_ 


3 


1 


8 


47 


37 


2 


- 


31 


3 


_ 


■ _ 


4 


_ 


1 


_ 


3 




3 


48 


24 


63 


3 


1 


- 


1 


3 


392 


8 


_ 


6 


' 10 


20 


18 


49- 


28 


46 


I 


1 


2 


- 


4 


305 


9 


~ 


- 


6 


24 


15 


60 


81 


77 


24 


13 


7 


1 


6 


212 


3 


- 


19 


2,013 


16 


14 


51 


75 


56 


19 


3 


4 


1 


2 


124 


2 


1 


33 


1,903 


13 


18 


52 


19 


12 


1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


46 


- 


- 


1 


8 


12 


16 


53. 


7 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


16 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


6 


54 


45 


113 


18 


27 


2 


- 


8 


2«7 


- 8 


,_ 


14 


22 


21 


67 


55 


40 


13 


. 7 


17 


5 


3 


2 


95 


4 


1 


4 


20 


13 


62 


5S 


9 


6 


1 


3 


4 


- 


- 


32 


- 


- 


- 


1 




1 


57 


5 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




58 


33 


50 


13 


9 


13 


4 


11 


1,180 


11 


4 


26 


3 


13 


39 


69 


35 


■ 41 


7 


4 


7 


- 


8 


807 


13 


2 


20 


6 


18 


19 


60 


S3 


122 


3 


30 


18 


3 


5 


25 


1 


2 


5 


6 


10 


11 


61 


64 


116 


6 


29 


16 


1 


3 


16 


- 


4 


11 


2 


12 


11 


62 


25 


23 


- 


- 


- 


11 


2 


6 


25 




3 


1 


11 




63 


17 


20 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


2 


10 


- 


1 


- 


10 


• _ 


84 


I7S 


79 


SO 


S 


2 




2 


SSI 


4 


- 


- 


- 


li 


42 


85 


— 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 






56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


67 


44 


9 


3 


~ 


- 


- 


_ 


158 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


11 


88 


36 


5 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


91 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


4 


39 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


47 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


. _ 




70 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


71 


53 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


167 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


1 


72 


39 


10 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77 


3 


- 


_ 


_ 


3 


26 


73 


27 


21 


39 


17 


2 


4 


. 14 


28 


5 


10 


2 


4 


10 


-_150 


74 


33 


17 


10 


20 


3 


13 


11 


26 


3 


15 


4 


3 


8 


156 


75 


33 


12 


9 


5 


2 


- 


2 


12 


1 




4 


2 


4 


18 


76 


26 


5 


4 


3 


■ 


1 


2 


8 


3 


"" 


2 


13 


1 


4 


77 



16 



TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



No, 



10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

60 

51 

62 

63 

54 

65 

66 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

76 

76 

77 



Origins— Originea 



Czecho— TchSque (Bohemian and Moravian)., 



Popalation Total. 

M.-H. 

F. 

British— Britannigue T/'' rr 

F. 

''English— Anglaise ^'-'S' 

r , 

Irish — Irlandaise ^■"-S" 

E, 

Scotch— Ecossaise ■^■' f' 

Other— Autrea M.-H. 

r. 

French— Franpaise ^''^ 

Austrian — ^Autrichienne ^^'"^ 

Belgian— Beige ^■^^■ 

Chinese — Chinoise ^•'S* 

F 

IH.-H, 

F 

Danish — Danoise ^^'"-S 

F 

Dutch— Hollandaise M-H 

F. 

Finnish— Finlandaise, . , , ' ^•'■S' 

F. 

German — Allemande ■^•'li' 

F, 

Greek — Grecque '^^•"S' 

r , 

Hebrew— Hdbralque ^'^'-S 

F, 

Hungarian — Hongroise ^■"^' 

F. 

Icelandic — Islandaise ^•"^' 

Indian — Indienne ^^*"5- 

F. 

Italian — Italienne ^^-"S* 

F, 

Japanese — Japonaise *^-"5 

Negro— NSgre ^•'■S' 

F. 

Norwegian — Norv^gienne ■^•"■S- 

F. 

Polish— Polonaise M.-H. 

F. 
Roumanian — Roumaine M.-H. 

Russian — Russe M.-H. 

F. 
M.-H. 

F. 
Swedish— Su^doiae M.-H. 

Swiss— Suiaae M.-H. 

F. 
Syrian — SjTienne ^■■'^" 

Ukranian — Vkranienne Total. 

Bukovinian — Bukovinienne M.-H. 

F. 

Galician — Galicienne M.-H. 

F. 

Ruthenian— Ruthtoe M.-H. 

F. 

Ukranian — Ukranienne M.-H. 

F. 

Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6o M.-H. 

F. 

Various— Origines diverses. (') M.-H, 

F, 



iSee page 2. 



ONTARIO-Con. 



Serbo-Croatian— Serbo-Croate (•).. . 



8^ 



127 



22,100 
U,2S7 
10,873 

SO, 591 

10,4S0 

10,171 

4,680 

4,386 

3,162 

3,066 

2,644 

2,684 

34 

36 

111 

106 






128 



342 
322 



176 

158 

9 

2 

27 

17 



24,810 
12,659 
12,155 

es,804 

12, ISO 

11,674 

5,650 

5,276 

4,780 

4,638 

1,740 

1,708 

60 

62 

99 

109 



123 
123 



•3-9 

la 

Eh 



129 



10 



o 



130 



51,568 
30,219 
21,349 

117,900 

16,918 

11,98! 

8,142 

■6,263 

4,060 

3.015 

■3,668 

2,695 

148 

119 

8,299 

6,315 

261 

97 

31 

13 

204 

3 

12 

7 

48 

, 25 

193 

127 

850 

547 

479 

371 

24 

14 

203 

191 

6 

5 

3 

6 

376 

373 

905 

279 

2 

1 

6 

103 

86 

606 

243 

117 

49 

674 

137 

91 

23 

322 

162 

46 

27 

180 

142 

ess 

45 
29 
66 
15 
16 
10 
68 
20 
11 
15 
159 
32 



51,768 
25,326 
26,442 

SI, 966 

18,916 

19,0S0 

9,295 

10,105 

4,071 

4,931 

3,350 

3,832 

209 

162 

444 

564 

103 

67 

19 

17 

757 

37 

6 

4 

44 

23 

133 

154 

24 

18 

206 

244 

170 

54 

4,423 

4,787 

3 

7 



19 

33 

1,103 

828 

3 



'OH 
c; 
2 

o 
El 



131 



150 

142 
24 
23 

121 
99 
68 
34 

192 
72 
11 
7 
19 
21 
27 
19 
37 
18 

194 
12 
4 
54 
21 
11 
6 
56 
30 
89 
32 
74 
47 



132 



64,825 
31,096 
33,729 

««,7r7 

B7,947 

SO.SSO 

16,744 

18,253 

6.348 

7,206 

4,607 

5,179 

248 

192 

690 

773 

20 

23 

24 

14 

170 

4 

2 

2 

26 

25 

213 

224 

62 

41 

268 

261 

119 

68 

679 

678 

4 

1 



337 
5 

20 
16 
20 
24 
28 
30 
10 
14 
60 
40 
32 
13 
32 
31 
33 
25 
48 
46 
16 



90 
147 
05 
45 



72,478 
32,378 
49,100 

67,640 

SO, 100 

S7,540 

17.103 

20,610 

6,063 

8,132 

6,688 

8,006 

246 

292 

390 

538 

6 

5 

12 

18 

170 

2 

1 

1 

16 

18 

296 

385 

16 

40 

264 

. 363 

46 

19 

■ 518 

662 

2 

1 



10 

14 

215 

201 

5 

34 

111 

19 

21 

22 

15 

3 

3 

17 

13 

4 

28 
31 
34 
51 
12 
18 
1 






133 



120 

120 

19 

10 



37,698 
19,335 
18,261 

«7,S«3 
1S,6S0 

is,e9S 

7,620 

7,883 

3,381 

3,123 

2,608 

2,581 

121 

106 

549 

694 

216 

166 

10 

. 8 

264 

-12 

3 

2 

12 

7 

78 

122 

120 

120 

170 

179 

64 

15 

1,541 

1,495 

6 



14 

17 
269 
200 

1 

180 

142 

10 

11 

666 

633 

31 

20 

371 

193 

48 

6 

22 
24 
22 
14- 
52 
64 
S70 



59 
43 
64 
38 
106 
70 
180 
324 
699 
155 



17 
TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 













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a 


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1 


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s 


TOTAL 


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& 


& 


s 


& 


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fH 


N 


iS 


^ 




134 


135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


144 


145 


68,397 


33,»95 


11,698 


33,568 


66,668 


19,833 


31,327 


64,149 


77,950 


23,136 


100,054 


70,681 


2,933,662 


32,717 


17,621 


20,691 


16,440 


36,360 


10,182 


17,161 


32,574 


38,163 


U,840 


49,572 


35,361 


1,481,890 


35,680 


16,374 


21,107 


17,128 


30,308 


9,651 


17,166 


31,875 


39,787 


U,296 


50,482 


35,320 


1,451,772 


4S.SIt 


ss.ost 


10,i7S 


ei,soe 


46, 7e7 


18,906 


S0,4S9 


67,168 


73,676 


21,329 


03,710 


64,611 


2,282,016 


SI, 059 


16,SS9 


e,ts4 


lo.sie 


B4,S07 


8,706 


16,042 


28.748 


36,892 


10,880 


46,299 


31,949 


1,136,623 


Bi.SSS 


IS, 102 


^.■^H 


10,960 


21,460 


8,200 


16,387 


28,410 


37, ess 


10,449 


47,411 


32,662 


1,146,392 


11,804 


7,525 


3,129 


6,684 


16,622 


2,901 


7,647 


18,657 


24,086 


7,673 


30,802 


21,937 


605,268 


13,283 


6,942 


3,263 


6,947 


14,764 


2,700 


7,566 


18,169 


25,073 


7,542 


31,331 


22,175 


606,392 


5,268 


6,052 


1,034 


1,288 


3,669 


3,548 


3,034 


4,238 


5,891 


1,893 


6,691 


4,640 


293,103 


6,276 


5,772 


1,087 


1,407 


3,293 


3,399 


3,162 


4,246 


6,311 


1,652 


6,921 


4,983 


297,390 


.3,853 


2,850 


947 


3,202 


3,803 


2,207 


4,271 


6,527 


6,639 


1,261 


8,459 


6,003 


230,691 


4,568 


2,689 


968 


3,548 


3,250 


2,160 


4,582 


5,674 


6,085 


1,222 


8,762 


5,133 


234,709 


134 


102 


24 


71 


213 


50 


90 


326 


277 


63 


447 


369 


7,561 


126 


99 


36 


58 


151 


31 


77 


. 331 


214 


33 


397 


' 271 


6,901 


378 


404 


564 


312 


1,217 


74 


309 


437 


644 


138 


600 


382 


128,277 


472 


359 


542 


336 


983 


77 


255 


407 


558 


99 


614 


381 


120,216 


43 


3 


108 


88 


864 


■ - 


17 


146 


31 


13 


18 


221 


7,203 


43 


- 


78 


91 


562 


- 


8 


106 


20 


. 6 


13 


160 


4,588 


12 


1 


2 


12 


17 


4 


8 


13 


21 




5 


12 


1,781 


22 


7 


4 


5 


14 


3 


8 


2 


11 


1 


5 


8 


1,394 


255 


12 


33 


46 


229 


8 


34 


21 


98 


8 


108 


77 


"5,352 


35 


- 


- 


1 


6 


- 


- 


- 


8 




13 




273 


7 


- 


27 


26 


8 


- 


2 


■_ 


2 


_ 


6 


6 


700 


2 


- 


18 


22 


3 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


3 


2 


636 


18 


10 


12 


6 


19 


1 


12 


43 


28 


1 


29 


23 


1,356 


, 14 


7 


15 


7 


13 


2 


8 


38 


26 


1 


20 


24 


1,094 


202 


301 


687 


321 


995 


68 


199 


988 


305 


411 


883 


384 


25,636 


254 


261 


730 


336 


1,014 


54 


181 


975 


308 


418 


891 


360 


24,876 


17 


6 


- 


- 


76 


- 


- 


6 


68 


23 


34 


38 


7,132 


24 


4 


- 


1 


19 


1 


- 


3 


77 


19 


26 


40 


6,703 


280 


174 


12,394 


4,623 


3,092 


1,200 


804 


842 


294 


80 


330 


292 


66,736 


333 


159 


12,876 


4,744 


2,999 


1,108 


80! 


812 


330 


81 


398 


310 


64,809 


43 


12 


29 


3 


35 


2 


22 


3 


20 


1 


21 


81 


1,479 


18 


- 


4 


1 


11 


- 


4 


1 


4 


_ 


10 


30 


699 


8,478 


11 


158 


49 


110 


46 


62 


113 


218 


78 


231 


652 


23,906 


8,548 


3 


153 


51 


102 


39 


59 


102 


, 236 


59 


218 


663 


23,893 


4 


- 


1 


8 


378 


3 


6 


23 


10 




3 


4 


914 


3 


- 


1 


7 


. 341 


1 


2 


26 


5 


- 


6 


■ 6 


823 


2 


— 


— 


— 


2 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 






71 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


1 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


60 


10 


7 


6 


7 


20 


- 


14 


84 


2 


67 


11 


_ 


13,439 


13 


8 


4 


5 


28 


- 


8 


78 


3 


45 


12 


3 


12,997 


1,224 


34 


71 


40 


2,482 


9 


378 


227 


291 


. 26 


643 


369 


19,841 


1,047 


11 


53 


42 


1,363 


9 


265 


134 


237 


14 


551 


276 


13,614 


5 


1 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


2 


20 


133 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


3 


3 


3 


28 


155 


4 


20 


2 


65 


12 


28 


58 


13 


3 


24 


18 


3,735 


144 


4 


14 


1 


44 


11 


21 


46 


18 


1 


28 


17 


3,486 


17 
19 


2 


6 





31 


- 


4 


25 


29 


2 


11 


■24 


1,843' 


3 


5 


3 


21 


- 


5 


30 


31 


3 


23 


14 


1,673 


213 





■ 491 


122 


343 


2 


61 


202 


26 


8 


25 


258 


8,784 


184 


~ 


437 


89 


241 


7 


58 


166 


10 


3 


15 


203 


7,003 


10 


~ 


2 


13 


313 


- 


6 


136 




4 


6 


41 


2,012 


6 


- 


4 


11 


167 


- 


2 


87 


- 


3 


1 


31 


1,108 


87 


18 


70 


42 


600 


- 


23 


103 


30 


35 


62 


96 


6,082 


70 


1 


42 


17 


202 


1 


11 


71 


11 


23 


37 


45 


2,, 523 


2 


2 


3 


- 


165 


- 


15 


12 


7 




1 


16 


886 


2 


2 


- 


- 


75 


~ 


- 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


1 


363 


13 


20 


14 


2 


80 


_ 


7 


51 


37 


4 


36 


35 


3,895 


16 


12 


17 


3 


38 


4 


7 


39 


43 


6 


38 


29 


2,818 


32 


7 


542 


291 


133 


38 


39 


49 


44 


10 


114 


26 


2,645 


34 


3 


621 


271 


108 


30 


31 


41 


43 


9 


104 


24 


2,469 


19 


1 


40 


46 


32 


- 


1 


5 


3 




10 


17 


1,643 


14 


- 


29 


23 


29 


- 


- 


2 


-. 


- 


13 


14 


1,166 


ISO 


u 


ses 


tB2 


70S 


. S 


■ 16 


48 


8 


4 


3 


347 


8,307 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 




106 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


-■ 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


73 


3 


10 


69 


64 


333 


- 


_ 


9 


. 3 


3 


1 


77 


1,644 


6 


3 


43 


49 


284 


- 


. 1 


8 


3 






62 


1,104 


~ 


~ 


4 


15 


24 


1 


5 


- 


■ 2 


- 


1 


1 


476 


1 


- 


3 


12 


14 


1 


4 


- 




_ 


1 


2 


330 


74 


1 


65 


14 


52 


- 


4 


19 




1 




122 


2 725 


46 
5 


38 


51 
6 


8 
22 


28 
65 


8 


2 
25 


12 
194 


■ 89 


38 


109 


83 
169 


1,849 
3 591 


16 
50 
41 


24 
4 

I 


10 

44 
9 


21 
22 
11 


98 
242 
30 


13 


22 
35 
14 


278 
19 
.9 


90 
56 
27 


51 

2 
3 


94 
50 
33 


57 
63 
21 


4,045 

2,446 

962 



No. 



18 
TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Origins — Origines 



Population Total. 

M.-H. 
F. 

British — Britannique Total. 

M.-H. 

F. 

English — Anglaise M.-H. 

Irish — Irlandaise M.-H. 

F. 
Scotch — Ecossaise M.-H. 

F. 
Other— Autres M.-H. 

F. 
French — Franpaise M.-H. 

F. 
Austrian — Autrichienne ■. . . .M.-H. 

F. 
Belgian— Beige M.-H. 

F. 
Chinesfr=-Chinoise '. M.-H. 

F. 
Czech-Tchdque (Bohemian & Moravian). .M.-H. 

F. 
Danish — Danoise •. M.-H. 

F. 
Dutch — Hollandaiso M.-H. 

F. 
Finnish — Finlandaise M.-H. 

F. 
German — AUemande M.-H. 

F. 
Greek — Grecque M.-H. 

F. 
Hebrew — Hebralque M.-H. 

F. 
Hungarian — Hongroise M.-H. 

F. 
Icelandic — Isiandaise M.-.H 

F 
Indian — Indienne M.-H 

F. 
Italian — Italienne M.-H. 

F, 
Japanese — Japonaise M.-H 

F. 
Negro — NSgre M.-H 

F. 
Norwegian — Norv^gienne M.-H, 

F. 
Polish — Polonaise M.-H. 

F, 
Roumanian — Roumaine M.-H 

F. 
Russian — Russe M.-H. 

F 
Serbo-Croatian — Serbo-Croate (') M.-.H 

F. 
Swedish — Su6doise M.-H. 

F. 
Swiss — Suisse M.-H 

F 
Syrian — Syrienne M .-H 

F. 

Urkanian — XJkranienne Total. 

Bukovinian — Bukovinienne M.-H. 

F. 

Galician — Galicienne M.-H. 

■ F. 
Ruthenian — Ruthdne M.-H. 

F. 
Ukranian — XJkranienne M.-.H 

F. 
Unspecified — Non-sp^cififie M.-H. 

F. 
Various — Origines diverees (•) M.-H 

F 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 



146 



20,445 
10,670 
9,875 

18,877 

9,774 

9,10S 

2,233 

2,048 

2,138 

1,977 

5,379 

5,058 

24 

. 20 

699 

703 



147 



31,520 
16,026 
15,494 

BS,18B 
11,8118 
11, $64 
4,296 
4,319 
3,090 
2,787 
4,417 
4,234 
25 
14 
3,987 
3,923 

1 
1 
1 
4 



C 



148 



36,650 
18,291 
18,359 

SS,668 

16,751 

16,817 

5,225 

5,192 

4,402 

4,349 

7,100 

7,249 

24 

27 

1,315 

1,344 

1 



TOTAL 



88,615 

44,887 

43,728 

76,627 

S3,S6S 

S7,274 

11,754 

11,559 

9,630 

9,113 

16,896 

16,541 

73 

61. 

6,001 

5,970 

1 

1 

1 

1 

12 

2 



10 

7 

129 

110 

1 



144 

116 

3 

11 
10 



1 
114 
121 
13 
13 



QUEBEC 



17,185 
9,085 
8,080 

7,698 

S,9SS 

3,770 

1,142 

1,145 

1,568 

1,451 

1,205 

1,162 

13 

12 

5,062 

4,259 

2 

1 

7 

6 

3 



150 



18,035 
9,003 
9,032 

ISS 
68 
64 
43 
37 
13 
19 
12 
6 



:,920 
;,956 



151 



53,841 
27,320 
26,621 

640 

SS8 

SU 

176 

140 

SO 

103 

81 

66 

I 

2 

26,910 

26,106 



10 
10 



5 
6 
18 
4 



iSee page 2. 



19 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions felectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



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153 


154 


155 


166 


157 


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159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


165 


100 




31,190 


19,817 


29,093 


13,471 


34,643 


48,009 


28,874 


26,731 


90,609 


32,285 


28,954 


44,823 


40,375 


54,800 


1 


10. 665 


9.927 


14.879 


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17,285 


24,760 


14,642 


13,582 


47,182 


16,945 


15,038 


22,816 


20,945 


26,746 


2 


10.525 


9,890 


. 14.213 


6,447 


17,358 


23,249 


14,232 


13,149 


43,427 


15,340 


13,916 


22,007 


19,430 


28,054 


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140 


7M5 


7,09.9 


7,S11S 


i,es6 


460 


9.S9S 


2,699 


8,77S 


IJSd 


1,6S4 


s,8se 


3,704 


4 


6 


82 


3,695 


s.m 


S.629 


66i 


SSO 


4,669 


1.484 


4,6S2 


714 


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4,660 


1,724 


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64 


5.530 


S,4SS 


s.ose 


672 


220 


4,627 


1,1S5 


4,101 


571 


772 


4,176 


1 , 980 


6 


- 


61 


1.543 


2,743 


2,796 


406 


100 


922 


1,039 


2,556 


94 


478 


2,496 


1,001 


7 


3 


45 


1.465 


2, -589 


2,669 


336 


84 


914 


816 


2,406 


S3 


451 


2,235 


1,164 


8 


- 


16 


678 


,506 


313 


110 


42 


1,854 


148 


800 


393 


293 


1,704 


527 


9 


2 


17 


585 


473 


436 


119 


53 


1,7.55 


120 


699 


325 


236 


1,553 


613 


10 


5 


5 


1,467 


373 


44C 


147 


88 


1,886 


275 


1,196 


226 


87 


459 


193 


11 


2 


2 


1,277 


383 


.501 


117 


83 


1,957 


196 


1,072 


163 


84 


387 


204 


12 


1 


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7 


22 


31 


1 


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i 


2 


30 


1 


4 


1 


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13 


1 


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3 


10 


31 


1 


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1 


4 


14 


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2 


1 


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14 


10.647 


9.762 


10.77S 


3,259 


13.295 


23.660 


14,370 


8,198 


43,404 


12,114 


14.310 


21.837 


16,072 


11,082 


15 


10.511 


9.761 


10.478 


2, 90S 


13,456 


22,424 


13,963 


7,854 


40,253 


10,970 


13.335 


21,146 


16,074 


12,843 


16 


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132 


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— 


— 


1 


23 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


^ 


~ 


_ 




24 


"" 


~ 


I 


7 


1? 


1 


- 


10 


] 


- 


- 


1 


7 


3 


26 


"• 


- 


1 





17 


- 


1 


6 


4 


- 


-■ 




) 


1 


26 


- 


- 


- 


78 


3 


9 


1 


20 


3 


6 


_ 


1 


7 


17 


27 


- 


- 


- 


58 


2 


6 


2 


17 


- 


5 


- 


1 


9 


12 


28 


*" 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


^ 


- 


- 




29 


1 


4 


37 


1 
14 


28 


9 


'~ 


1 
16 


3 
23 


27 


3 


41 


74 


32 


30 
31 


- 


4 


34 


16 


23 


10 


9 


13 


18 


29 


4 


• 23 


64 


40 


32 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


(1 


3 


- 


2 


7 


- 


- 


- 


2 


133 


33 


■ 


~ 


- 


- 


2 


6 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


1 


63 


34 


3 


- 


- 


1 


75 


15 


6 


29 


15 


7 


- 


18 


9 


11,961 


35 


~ 


2 


- 


- 


61 


7 


1 


26 


8 


10 


- 


9 


2 


11,868 


36 


~ 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


37 


~ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


38 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


40 


- 


1 


342 


- 


1 


150 


3 


593 


1,269 


2 


_ 


__ 


9 


5 


41 


- 


- 


338 


- 


- 


118 


4 


578 


1,146 




_ 


L 


6 


5 


42 


- 


- 


- 


5 


33 


85 


6 


7 


. 31 


43 


1 


7 


3 


641 


43 


- 


~ 


1 


I 


' 20 


16 


5 


7 


15 


27 


- 


6 


1 


395 


44 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-— 


^ 


_ 


46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


w 


_ 


_ 


46 


~ 


~ 


16 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


■ 2 


1 


- 


_ 


22 


12 


47 


~ 


- 


14 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


16 


12 


48 


*" 


~ 


" 


~ 


2 


4 


- 


- 


26 


41 


- 


- 


8 


3 


49 


~ 


~ 


2 


- 


4 


6 


- 


1 


11 


IB 


- 




8 


3 


50 


~ 


~ 


~ 


- 


26 


3 


- 


- 


6 


3 


- 


- 




51 


51 


~ 


. ~ 


- 


1 


28 


2 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


35 


52 


~ 


1 


1 


~ 


4 


1 


- 


7 


11 


10 


- 


1 


_ 


72 


53 


~ 


1 


~ 


~ 


3 


- 


- 


5 


3 


7 


- 


2 


- 


56 


54 


* 


13 
5 


- 


- 


41 


8 


- 


- 


10 


2 


1 


15 


1 


230 


55 


" 


~ 


- 


36 


5 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


14 


1 


144 


56 


~ 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




57 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


58 


- 


~ 


- 


2 


16 


6 


- 


5 


1 


38 


- 


_ 


12 


17 


59 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


11 


7 


- 


5 


1 


43 


_ 


1 


10 


13 


60 


" 


~ 


~ 


2 


s 


S 


- 


3 


7 


- 


" - 


_ 


1 


23 


61 


- 


1 


- 


1 


6 


5 


- 


2 


6 


- 


_ 


1 




11 


62 


2 


21 


- 


2 


1 


41 


5 




41 


7 


6 


12 


19 


193 


63 


~ 


11 


- 


- 


1 


24 


6 


- 


23 


7 


4 


10 


14 


190 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


IS 


11 


~ 


- 


8 


- 


- 






2S 


65 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




66 


~ 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_■ 


67 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


68 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


69 


~ 


~ 


" 


~ 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


70 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


5 


71 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


- 


- 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


72 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




73 


6 


35 


3 


1 


14 


7 


9 


- 


792 


J7 


2 


4 


36 


100 


74 


6 


40 


- 


- 


9 


6 


12 


- 


765 


15 


2 


2 


45 


107 


75 


- 


- 


- 


1 


7 


42 


- 


2 


27 


13 


1 


_ 




76 


76 






7 


1 


2 


21 


" 


1 


8 


3 


~ 


1 


- 


50 


77 



20 



TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 









QUEBEO^Con. 








.9* 








■aJJ 


. 


*S * 




, Origins — Origines 




■i 
1 


"3 

a 




s 


a 

o 3 


_2 

1 
3 


|1 

1^ 


^ 
i.§l 


o 


i 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


172 


173 


174 


175 


1 


Population 


..Total. 


73,S26 


43,541 


89,297 


25,913 


22,014 


35,927 


20,065 


28,318 


72,047 


2 




M.-H. 


35,828 


2«,020 


44,178 


12,700 


u,m 


18,931 


10,352 


14,225 


34,201 


3 




F. 


37,698 


21,521 


45,119 


13,213 


10,877 


16,996 


0,713 


14,093 


37,846 


4 


British — Briiannique ■; . 


..Total. 


11, Ml 


7,SSS 


ss,ess 


BSO 


99 


1,991 


619 


1,180 


es,887 


6 




M.-H. 


6,770 


S,893 


16,010 


292 


58 


1,086 


S7B 


619 


11, m 


6 




F. 


6,771 


S,eiO 


16, SIS 


S68 


41 


909 


m 


661 


lS,iS6 


7 


English— Anglaisei 


..M.-H. 


3,786 


1,421 


10,956 


166 


30 


408 


242 


237 


7,043 


8 




F. 


3,675 


1,294 


11,370 


143 


25 


313 


177 


192 


7,622 


9 


Irish — Irlandaise 


..M.-H. 


1,021 


1,924 


2,232 


86 


18 


483 


85 


320 


2,330 


10 




F. 


1,057 


1,810 


2,418 


84 


10 


420 


65 


317 


2,744 


11 


Scotch — Ecossaise 


..M.-H. 


950 


520 


2,781 


40 


10 


194 


■ 45 


60 


2,065 


12 




F. 


1,023 


521 


2,693 


30 


6 


175 


43 


61 


2,161 


13 


Other — ^Autres 


..M.-H. 


13 


28 


41 






1 


- 


2 


13 


14 




F. 


16 


15 


- 32 


1 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


10 


15 


French— Franpaise 


..M.-H. 


27,671 


17,579 


24,390 


12,300 


11,058 


17,278 


8,756 


13,412 


15,987 


16 




F. 


29,949 


17,477 


26,807 


12,869 


10,821 


16,648 


8,297 


13,368 


19,197 


17 


Austrian— Autrichienne 


..M.-H. 


86 


18 


233 


- 


- 


52 


6 


32 


42 


18 




F. 


82 


14 


178 


- 


- 


44 


4 


26 


32 


19 


Belgian— Beige 


..M.-H. 


150 


21 


83 


1 


_ 


93 


4 


13 


73 


20 




F. 


146 


14 


84 


1 


- 


56 


6 


4 


87 


21 


Chinese— Chinoise 


..M.-H. 


58 


25 


■ 66 


5 


_ 


- 




1 


91 


22 




F. 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


23 


Czech— Tchjque (Bohemian 


& 






















Moravian) .- 


..M.-H. 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


24 




F. 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


7 


26 


Danish — Danoise 


..M.-H. 


14 


3 


34 


- 


_ 


6 


4 


4 


26 


26 




F. 


10 


2 


34 


- 


_ 


1 


2 




22 


27 


Dutch— Hollandaise 


..M.-H. 


10 


6 


53 


- 


_ 


4 




_ 


39 


28 




F. 


14 


4 


41 


_ 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


47 


29 


Finnish— Finlandaise 


..M.-H. 


- 


- 


2 


- 


_ 


23 


- 


_ 


- 


30 




F. 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


1 


31 


German— Allemande 


..M.-H. 


67 


243 


113 


- 


5 


164 


14 


- 


144 


32 




F. 


79 


205 


108 


1 


3 


142 


6 


2 


144 


33 


Greek — Grecque 


..M.-H. 


39 


10 


25 


3 




1 






97 


34 




F. 


17 


3 


12 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


62 


35 


Hebrew — Hebralque 


..M.-H. 


139 


36 


659 


43 


- 


34 


19 


■ 24 


4,347 


36 




F. 


148 


31 


593 


36 


_ 


27 


12 


24 


4,141 


37 


Hungarian— Hongroise 


..M.-H. 


7 


- 


5 




- 








6 


38 




• F. 


6 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


39 


Icelandic — Islandaise 


..M.-H. 




- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 




F. 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


41 


Indian— Indienne 


..M.-H. 




4 


33 


_ 


_ 


14 


1.128 


1 


. 


42 




F. 


. - 


3 


30 


- 


_ 


10 


1,072 


- 


2 


43 


Italian — Italienne 


M -H. 


565 
604 


62 
31 


- 736 
691 


24 
16 


5 
3 


16 

17 


44 
23 


1 
1 


1,436 


44 




F. 


1,258 


45 


Japanese — Japonaise .' . . 


..M.-H. 




- 


8 










- 


2 


46 




F. 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- ■ 


2 


47 


Negro — N^gre .' 


. .M.-H. 


5 


- 


19 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


5 


48 




F. 


4 


1 


16 


- 


- 


- 


' - 


- 


9 


49 


Norwegian— Norvdgienne 


..M.-H. 


7 


3 


35 


- 


_ 


4 


- 


- 


36 


50 




F. 


3 


4 


19 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


30 


51 


Polish — Polonaise 


..M.-H. 


522 


36 


293 


6 


_ 


17 


_ 


33 


16 


52 


. 


P. 


463 


18 


193 


4 


- 


20 


- 


35 


8 


53 


Roumanian — Roumaine 


..M.-H. 


244 


3 


138 


_ 


_ 


34 


_ 


7 


60 


54 




F. 


142 


3 


84 


_ 


_ 


20 


- 


7 


44 


55 


Russian — Russe 


..M.-H. 


140 


8 


162 


3 


1 


38 


4 


4 


36 


56 




F. 


86 


3 


159 


4 


- 


30 


2 


1 


33 


57 


Serbo-Croatian- Serbo-Croate (i) M.-H. 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 




- 


- 


6 


58 




F. 


4 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


69 


Swedish— SuMoiso 


..M.-H. 


16 


8 


22 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


3 


40 


60 


- 


F. 


15 


11 


21 


- 


_ 


2 


1 


1 


25 


61 


Swiss — Suisse 


..M.-H. 


17 


6 


28 


- 


- 


3 


- 


1 


58 


62 




F. 


11 


6 


28 


1 


- 


3 


1 


2 


48 


63 


Syrian — Syrienne 


..M.-H. 


63 


26 


36 


13 


3 


12 


_ 


9 


48 


64 




F. 


57 


18 


29 


13 


3 


7 


- 


1 


64 


61 


Ukranian — Uh-anienne 


. . Total. 


ese 


7 


S6S 


- 


- 


7 


- 


Si 


18 


36 


Bulcovinian — Bukovinienne 


..M.-H. 


_ 


- 




- 


_ 


~ 


- 






67 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 


Galician — Galicienne 


..M.-H. 


25 


4 


48 


- 


- 


3 


- 


16 


2 


69 




F. 


20 


- 


44 


- 


- 


3 


- 


15 


- 


70 


Ruthenian — Ruthfine 


..M.-H. 




- 


7 


_ 


- 




_ 




- 


71 




F. 


- 


- 


11 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


72 


Ukranian — Ukranienne 


..M.-H. 


99 


3 


164 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


8 


73 




F. 


82 


- 


101 


- 


- 




- 


- 


8 


74 


Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6e 


..M.-H. 


61 


30 


601 


10 


4 


18 


- 


6 


119 


75 




F. 


52 


31 


137 


9 


2 


21 


- 


7 


122 


76 


Various — Origines diverses* — 


..M.-H. 


50 


4 


182 


- 


3 


25 


_ 


39 


24 


77 




F. 


32 


- 


164 


- 


4 


23 


- 


37 


19 



iSee page 2. 



21 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions electorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 


QUEBEC— suite 




S 










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§1 






1 


.s 


g 




o 


1 


1 






.. 


>. 




1 iiS 
■ggg 


en 

I 


^ 


•a 
3 
o 


gg 

GO O 


J 


1 


'■2 


.3 


I 

a 
o 


■8 
8 


M 
g 


1 


15 




>j 


Ui 


.3 


S 


a 


s 


s 


i 


a 


g 


(2 


f2 


<y 




176 


177 


■ 178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


i 


28,314 


33,323 


17,859 


21,837 


64,933 


16,945 


36,303 


33,633 


17,709 


21,997 


29,695 


46,201 


34,452 


31,130 


1 


14,459 


1G,623 


9,097 


10,992 


32,298 


8,609 


18,795 


17,161 


8,887 


U,341 


14,841 


25,169 


17.350 


15,234 


2 


13,853 


16,800 


8,ie% 


10,845 


32,635 


8,336 


17,508 


16,472 


8,822 


10,656 


14,854 


21,032 


17,102 


15,896 


3 


l.OSi 


1SS 


. SO 


ess 


li,BtO 


70 


650 


S,SS7 


6,659 


105 


SIS 


1S,S40 


1,SS9 


1,658 


4 


676 


' S70 


18 


S7S 


7.SS9 


46 


SH 


1,760 


S,761 


6S 


US 


e,7ss 


6SS 


788 


5 


m 


ses 


SB 


S6l 


7,171 


Si 


ise 


1,487 


- S,7B8 


a 


100 


6,908 


614 


. 770 


6 


39S 


148 


16 


28 


4,881 


35 


75 


490 


1,770 


26 


5 


1,021 


245 


267 


7 


296 


168 


10 


17 


4,734 


16 


55 


392 


1,798 


13 


9 


860 


231 


245 


8 


120 


166 


1 


332 


933 


8 


43 


943 


560 


28 


-87 


4,725 


336 


374 


9 


103 


139 


1 


229 


957 


3 


26 


872 


548 


23 


'81 


4,209 


346 


384 


10 


57 


65 


11 


12 


1,520 


3 


192 


317 


424 


8 


18 


967 


42 


147 


11 


58 


56 


11 


5 


1,474 


5 


155 


155 


440 


6 


8 


827 


32 


140 


12 


1 


1 


- 


- 


5 


- 


4 


- 


7 


1 


2 


19 


2 




13 


1 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


_ 


68 


12 


_ 


2 


12 


5 


1 


14 


13,391 


16,056 


g.008 


10,544 


23,490 


8,551 


18,419 


15,217 


6,800 


11,213 


. 14,671 


16,643 


16,516 


14,186 


15 


13,059 


16,362 


8,683 


10,510 


24,336 


8,306 


17,213 


14,827 


5,708 


10,679 


14,696 


13,394 


16,347 


14,913 


16 


3 


— 


— 


— 


32 


— 


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8 


— 


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7 


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17 


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33 


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4 


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2 


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18 


68 


5 


1 


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128 


1 


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14 


3 


31 


10 


4 


19 


48 


6 


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113 


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205 


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209 


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4 


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51 


122 


1 


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36 


2 


13 


45 


15 


6 


15 


74 


5 


15 


43 


56 


112 


- 


I 


43 


3 


12 


49 


16 


7 


20 


75 


3 


3 


3 


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89 


- 


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20 


4 


2 




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77 



22 
TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Origins — Origines 



QUEBEC— Con. 



]90 



.C 



192 






195 



196 



2 

a 

< 



Population Total. 

M.-H. 
F. 

British — Britannique '. . . . Total. 

M.-H. 

F. 
English— Anglaise M.-H. 

F. 
Irish — Irlandaise , M.-H. 

F. 
Scotch — Ecossaise M.-H. 

F. 
Other — Autres M.-H. 

F. 
French— Frani;aise M.-H. 

F. 
Austrian — ^Autrichicnno M.-H. 

F. 
Belgian — Beige M.-H. 

F. 
Chinese — Chinoise M.-H. 

F. 
Czech — Tchfique (Bohemian & 

Moravian) M.-H. 

F. 
Danish — Danoise M.-H. 

F. 
Dutch— Hollandaise ." . .M.-H. 

F. 
Finnish — Finlandaise M.-H. 

F. 
German — ^Allemande ■. .M.-H. 

F. 
Greek — Grecque M.-H. 

F. 
Hebrew — H6bralque M.-H. 

F. 
Hungarian — Hongroise M.-H. 

F. 
Icelandic — Islandaise M.-H. 

F. 
Indian — Indienne M.-H. 

F. 
Italian — Italienne M.-H. 

F. 
Japanese — Japonaise M.-H. 

F. 
Negro — N^gre M.-H. 

F. 
Norw'egian — Norv6gienne M.-H. 

F. 
Polish— Polonaise M.-H. 

F. 
Roumanian — Roumaine M.-H. 

F. 
Russian — Russe M.-H. 

F. 
Serlx)-Croatian — Serbo-Croate (i).M.-H. 

F. 
Swedish-Su4dolse M.-H. 

F. 
Swiss— Suisse M.-H. 

F. 
Syrian — Syrienne M.-H. 

F. 

Vkranian — Ukranienrte Total. 

Bukovinian — Bukovinienne. . .M.-H. 

F. 
Galician— Galicienne M.-H. 

F. 
Ruthenian— Ruth^ne . ; M.-H. 

F. 
Ukranian— Ukranienne M.-H. 

F. 
Unspecified— Non-sp&ifite M.-H. 

F. 
Various— Origines.diversesP) M.-H. 

F. 



3S,330 
17,836 
20,194 

I, ess 



247 
294 
275 
279 
66 
66 
I 

16,898 

19,541 

2 

2 

14 

27 

39 



10 
10 
19 
12 
157 
155 



27,706 
12,239 
15,467 

7,586 

S,428 

4.117 

1,45!) 

1,780 

1,655 

2,016 

308 

359 

6 

2 

8,553 

11,122 

1 

1 

9 

10 

46 



37,993 
18,349 
19,644 

851 
4SS 

41S 

201 

• 170 

I6S 

180 

63 

. 58 

1 

1 

17,795 

19,148 

2 

3 

14 

7 

16 



18,764 
9,289 
9,475 

1S9 
64 
K 
35 
38 
14 
19 
16 
18 



9,079 
9,251 



92 
119 



42,248 
21,693 
20,555 

e,m 

S.SOi 

s,w, 

2,097 

1,906 

796 

796 

390 

421 

21 

22 

18,272 

17,326 



27,520 
13,865 
13,655 

118 

64 

54 

26 

30 

27 

16 

9 

7 

2 

1 

13,757 

13,568 



14 



52.049 

25,884 
26,165 

SS, 18(i 

i5,m 

16,414 

8,694 

9,075 

3,928 

4,159 

3,046 

3,06.'! 

106 

116 

8,105 

8,106 

165 

161 

69 

47 



2 
44 
33 
29 
31 

6 

1 
99 
95 
54 
29 
357 
336 

2 



343 
265 



92 
77 
43 
55 
146 
121 
39 
46 
199 
149 



41 
36 
14 
16 
10 
7 



32,394 
14,823 
17,571 

I8,07e 

7,079 

10,098 

4,190 

,5.055 

2,216 

2,918 

1,507 

2,070 

60 

53 

4,624 

5,771 

18 

17 

44 

73 

117 

6 

5 
8 
17 
6 
28 
17 

2 
68 
89 
49 
22 
439 
441 



14 

15 

731 

605 

4 

312 
212 
28 
25 
15 
6 
14 



23 
7 
1 

27 
32 
21 
27 

8 
10 

6 



203 
152 
29 
29 



i.See page 2. 



23 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par.circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921^^suite 













QUEBEC 


— suite 




















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199 


200 


201 


202 


203 


204 


205 


206 


207 


203 


209 


210 


211 


212 


i 


S6,754 


42,443 


23,518 


36,912 


63,976 


25,644 


36,786 


23,380 


44,310 


33,908 


50,845 


21,620 


62,909 


21,850 


1 


17,910 


20,4C2 


11,943 


18,150 


30,842 


12,970 


15,148 


11,714 


22,638 


16,972 


25,433 


10,969 


29,785 


11,424 


2 


18,844 


21,981 


11,575 


' 18,762 


33,133 


12,674 


15,638 


11,666 


21,672 


16,936 


25,407 


10,651 


33,124 


10,426 


3 


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1,790 


1,87S 


B0,m7 


s,se8 


S,6S1 


9,sei 


8,877 


600 


S,050 


1,946 


B,079 


BB,B60 


6, est 


4 


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91 B 


067 


9.S69 


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t,8S0 


4,esi 


4,iS7 


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1,001 


1,069 


10,0S9 


s,440 


5 


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878 


me 


10,868 


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1,8B1 


i,7S0 


4,440 


B6S 


9S7 


946 


1,OSO 


1B,B11 


S,19B 


6 


240 


471 


680 


5,231 


1,558 


1,264 


3,237 


3,554 


- 172 


730 


704 


686 


5,894 


925 


7 


227 


439 


638 


5,439 


1,581 


1,250 


3,325 


3,634 


117 


628 


685 


640 


6,898 


799 


8 


51 


327 


180 


2,262 


763 


478 


813 


385 


46 


223 


94 


183 


1,993 


2,261 


9 


39 


329 


181 


3,046 


799 


462 


784 


357 


61 


193 


105 


172 


2,572 


2,166 


10 


57 


114 


107 


1,815 


323 


98 


668 


488 


90 


160 


200 


190 


2,122 


262 


11 


45 


110 


86 


2,313 


341 


108 


607 


443 


67 


113 


152 


208 


2,702 


224 


12 


1 






61 


1 


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13 


10 


30 


- 


3 


- 


30 


2 


13 


2 


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1 


61 


2 


1 


14 


6 


18 


3 


3 


- 


39 


3 


14 


17,607 


17,812 


10,880 


3,368 


26,600 


11,063 


10,112 


7,139 


22,m 


15,466 


. 23,943 


9,644 


18,076 


7,491 


15 


18,488 


19,679 


10,595 


3,953 


29,120 


10,817 


10,698 


7,091 


21,293 


15,670 


24,168 


9,568 


19,468 


6,774 


16 


- 


18 


7 


62 


45 


- 


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1 


3 


7 


5 


16 


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6 


27 


31 


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6 


6 


1 


6 


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18 


3 


146 


10 


59 


60 


1 


23 


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8 


31 


26 


7 


31 


4 


19 


4 


128 


7 


65 


40 


3 


34 


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7 


18 


32 


4 


36 


4 


20 


9 


98 


11 


759 


66 


9 


35 


8 


11 


9 


60 


4 


123 


2 


21 




1 




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32 


11 


138 


33 


4 


9 


16 


10 


8 


25 


14 


109 


45 


31 


6 


43 


•15 


141 


36 


4 


10 


19 


9 


16 


20 


9 


120 


_ 31 


32 


2 


167 


4 


275 


56 


8 


21 


4 


1 


5 


11 


- 


50 


- 


33 




36 


6 


146 


19 


3 


13 


3 


1 


- 


5 


- 


8 


•~ 


34 


"s 


315 


13 


2,981 


164 


19 


134 


10 


7 


223 


28 


3 


659 


6 


35 


9 


343 


12 


2,719 


173 


13 


132 


11 


6 


204 


32 


2 


672 


3 


36 


- 


- 


- 


8 


1 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


37 


- 


- 


- 


18 




- 


1 




- 


- 




1 


- 


: 


38 
39 


- 


2 


- 


4 


3 


- 


- 


- 


72 


2 


- 


~5 


38 


386 


40 
41 


1 




_ 


4 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


84 


8 


_ 


6 


32 


380 


42 


3 


686 


17 


282 


301 


1 


• 58 


16 


2 


16 


68 


118 


382 


2 


43 


1 


■ 572 


10 


176 


224 


_ 


13 


8 


1 


15 


26 


8 


315 


4 


44 


. 


1 




6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 


„ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


— 


46 


_ 


3 


_ 


34 


6 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


34 


- 


47 


. 


3 


_ 


21 


8 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


I 


, - 


_ 


37 


,~ 


48 


_ 


3 


_ 


19 


5 


- 


2 


2 


'_ 


- 


22 


- 


10 


6 


49 


_ 


2 


_ 


17 


3 


_ 


6 


6 


- 


1 


14 


i 


17 


4 


60 


2 


29 


9 


75 


208 


1 


3 




_ 


22 


18 




18 


9 


61 


2 


22 


4 


61 


184 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


17 


16 


- 


25 


6 


62 


1 


15 


2 


60 


12 


_ 




_ 


_ 


1 


8 


_ 


12 


_ 


63 


_ 


17 


2 


34 


3 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


4 


1 


18 


- 


54 


_ 


34 


1 


215 


138 


- 


4 


2 


2 


24 


9 


60 


24 


- 


55 


1 


8 


1 


73 


114 


_ 


3 






17 


5 




11 


. 


56 


~ 


- 


- 


12 

2 

43 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


'1 


1 


- 


57 
58 
59- 


~ 


_ 


_ 


17 


~3 


17 


19 


i 


2 


17 


"3 


24 


8 


2 


- 


- 


36 


9 




18 


26 


_ 




9 


1 


21 


8 


60 


1 


20 




39 


6 


I 




6 


- 


17 


6 


2 


17 


- 


61 


1 


12 




31 


10 


3 


1 


12 


. 


16 


1 


4 


22 


1 


62 


17 


132 


"3 


23 


8 


10 


34 


16 


3 


15 


79 


13 


16 


3 


63 


.9 


193 


3 


16 


8 


- 


34 


16 


5 


7 


60 


9 


14 


6 


64 


- 


8 


_ 


4S 


184 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


6 


: 


B 


- 


66 


; 


2 


~ 


9 


15 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


1 


; 


1 


~ 


67 
68 


- 


4 

1 


- 


12 


7 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


69 
70 


- 


1 


- 


15 


84 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


"3 


- 


- 


- 


71 

72 


_ 


- 


_ 


7 


78 


„ 


» 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


73 


2 


12 


4 


182 


66 


4 


21 


13 


B 


11 


72 


15 


34 


6 


74 


5 


11 


6 


183 


67 


4 


18 


16 


3 


_ 


45 


9 


36 


4 


75 


2 


13 


1 


48 


313 


_ 


11 




2 


3 


8 


9 


31 


3 


76 


2 


5 


1 


26 


269 


- 


1 


- 




4 


4 


8 


16 




77 



24 



TABLE 2. Population — Origins by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 









QUEBEG-Con. 


SASKATCHEWAN 




e9 




A 


s 


T3 


£■ 


'3 


<u 


No. 


Origins — Origines 




1 




"o 




2 

3 


E 

13 


B 
3 

*3 O 


s 
.s 








TOTAL 


1 


c3 


a 


|!S 


% 








tS 




m 


w 


3 


& 


s 




213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


1 


Population 


.Total. 


18,840 


2,361,109 


34,789 


33,641 


55,225 


44,772 


50,055 


65,629 


2 




M.-H. 


9,«2 


1,180,028 


18,831 


18,561 


30,300 


25,758 


27,731 


29,997 


3 




P. 


9,408 


1,181,171 


15,958 


15,080 


24,925 


19,014 


22,324 


25,722 


4 


British — Britannique 


. . Total 


36 


367,196 


23,737 


20,691 


19,920 


33,349 


27,033 


14,694 


5 




M.-H. 


IS 


176.776 


12,718 


11,646 


11,139 


19,039 


16,074 


8,088 


6 




F. 


21 


180,610 


11,019 


B,U7 


8,781 


14,310 


11,969 


6,606 


7 


English — ^Anglaise 


.M.-H. 


6 


97,878 


6,277 


6,192 


6,057 


8,281 


7,362 


4,682 


8 




F. 


12 


99,104 


5,433 


4,949 


4,847 


6,302 


5,839 


3,787 


9 


Irish — Irlandaise 


.M.-H. 


8 


46,592 


3.127 


2,407 


2,251 


4,861 


3,538 


1,308 


10 




F. 


7 


48,355 


2,787 


1,887 


1,765 


3,674 


2,684 


1,070 


11 


Scotch— Eoossaise 


.M.-H. 


1 


31,686 


3,207 


2,736 


2,701 


5,692 


4,056 


2,024 


12 




F. 


2 


32,416 


2,716 


2,220 


2,098 


4,209 


3,344 


1,589 


13 


Other — ^Autres 


M.-H. 


- 


619 


107 


150 


130 


205 


119 


74 


14 




F. 


- 


645 


84 


91 


71 


125 


92 


60 


15 


French — Frangaise 


.M.-H. 


9,300 


941,361 


1,401 


817 


1,890 


1,034 


'665 


221 


16 




F. 


9,271 


947,729 


1,163 


079 


1,536 


729 


620 


209 


17 


Austrian— Autrichienne 


.M.-H. 


- 


1,049 


336 


222 


2,125 


339 


1,683 


5,506 


18 




F. 


- 


852 


240 


146 


1,843 


166 


1,413 


4,857 


19 


Belgian— Beige 


.M.-H. 


- 


1,732 


396 


32 


114 


06 


94 


100 


20 




F. 


- 


1,552 


333 


59 


86 


43 


79 


92 


21 


Chinese— Chinoise 


.M.-H. 


2 


2,219 


79 


87 


136 


197 


143 


146 


22 




F. 


- 


116 


~ 


3 


4 


2 


6 


4 


23 


Czech— Tchdque (Bohemian & Mora- 




















vian) 


.M.-H. 


- 


46 


31 


■ 67 


93 


151 


204 


39 


24 




F. 


_ 


36 


21 


33 


66 


116 


199 


44 


2S 


Danish — Danoise 


.M.-H. 


- 


351 


200 


87 


164 


184 


149 


198 


26 




F. 


- 


244 


142 


68 


111 


126 


104 


186 


27 


Dutch — Hollandaise 


M.-H. 


- 


746 


274 


•207 


320 


337 


298 


131 


28 




F. 


- 


667 


191 


147 


203 


266 


233 


127 


29 


Finnish — Finlandaise : 


.M.-H. 


- 


43 


4 


8 


25 


295 


31 


88 


30 




F. 


- 


33 


10 


8 


24 


. 233 


34 


32 


31 


German — ^Allemande 


.M.-H. 


3 


2,363 


1,158 


2,367 


5,661 


1,554 


2,173 


1,199 


32 




F. 


3 


2,305 


1,006 


2,102 


4,848 


1,215 


1,739 


1,106 


33 


Greek— Grecque 


.M.-H. 


- 


1,230 


6 


35 


8 


2 


3 


6 


34 




F. 


- 


550 


2 


9 


- 


1 


- 


- 


35 


Hebrew — H6bralque 


.M.-H. 


1 


24,310 


187 


29 


123 


43 


122 


419 


36 




F. 


- 


23,667 


118 


18 


91 


36 


93 


406 


37 


Hungarian— Hongroise 


.M.-H. 


-. 


49 


137 


35 


528 


10 


937 


144 


38 




F. 


- 


40 


105 


44 


611 


8 


826 


149 


39 


Icelandic — Islandaise 


.M.-H. 


- 


3 


16 


29 


1,227 


37 


118 


45 


40 




F. 


- 


8 


13 


31 


1,142 


28 


86 


39 


41 


Indian— Indienne 


M.-H. 


110 


5,919 


lie 


392 


257 


3 


363 


272 


42 




F. 


112 


6,647 


105 


389 


264 


2 


346 


241 


43 


Italian — Italienne 


.M.-H. 


- 


9,015- 


7 


57 


14 


24 


13 


5 


44 




F. 


1 


7,126 


3 


42 


11 


12 


5 


6 


45 


Japanese-r-Japonaise 


.M.-H. 


- 


24 




- 


. 2 


- 


- 


- 


46 




F. 


- 


8 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


47 


Negro — N6gre 


. .M.-H. 


- 


598 


4 


65 


16 


10 


- 


1 


48 




F. 


- 


448 


1 


68 


15 


6 


- 


- 


49 


Norwegian — Norv6gienne 


..M.-H. 


- 


389 


451 


344 


1,765 


1,328 


1,487 


1,365 


50 




F. 


- 


316 


373 


278 


1,464 


940 


1,207 


1,143 


51 


Polish — Polonaise 


..M.-H. 


1 


1,794 


133 


48 


359 


88 


499 


702 


52 




F. 


- 


1,470 


100 


• 18 


320 


46 


444 


621 


53 


Roumanian — Roumaine 


..M.-H. 


— _ 


824 


■38 


26 


31 


22 


159 


294 


54 




F. 


- 


547 


32 


10 


22 


7 


109 


219 


55 


Russian — Russe 


..M.-H. 


_ 


1,715 


636 


1,612 


1,489 


278 


1,048 


3,920 


56 




F. 


- 


1,087 


458 


1,465 


1,346 


236 


917 


3,660 


57 


Serbo-Croatian— Serbo-Croate (')... 


..M.-H. 


- 


49 


6 




2 


5 


58 


1 


58 




F. 


- 


18 


4 


- 


18 


- 


42 


- 


59 


Swedish — Su6doise 


..M.-H. 


_ 


476 


407 


321 


1,249 


"502 


724 


806 


60 




F. 


- 


432 


360 


221 


890 


350 


516 


674 


61 


Swiss — Suisse 


..M.-H. 


_ 


410 


28 


93 


163 


61 


92 


43 


62 




F. 


- 


354 


32 


72 


142 


47 


60 


18 


63 


Syrian— Syrienne 


..M.-H. 


- 


1,359 


24 


4 


44 


22 


23 


4 


64 




F. 


- 


- 1,211 


20 


- 


30 


11 


19 


5 


65 


Ukranian — Ukranienne 


. . . Total 


_ 


i,ne 


168 


IS 


2,m 


119 


2,H7 


11,604 


66 


Bukovinian — Bukovinienne 


..M.-H. 


- 


7 


- 


- 


4 


- 


188 


417 


67 




F. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


161 


372 


68 


Galician — Galicienne 


..M.-H 


- 


220 


27 


.. 


449 


44 


534 


1,155 


69 




F 


.- 


166 


19 


- 


378 


21 


508 


1,042 


70 


Ruthenian — Ruth^ne 


..M.-H. 


_ 


24 


4 


1 


271 


6 


62 


1,038 


71 




F 


_ 


23 


- 


1 


247 


6 


45 


914 


72 


Ukranian— Ukranienne. . . . '. 


..M.-H. 


- 


423 


66 


10 


607 


30 


740 


3,529 


73 




F 


_ 


313 


42 


6 


623 


12 


613 


3,03J 


74 


Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6e 


..M.-H 


- 


3,298 


19 


16 


20 


34 


38 


2; 


75 




F 


- 


2,768 


26 


8 


19 


43 


, 44 


1( 


76 


Various — Origines diverses(*) 


..M.-H 


- 


1,207 


23 


6 


6 


13 


3 


; 


77 




F 


- 


918 


21 


12 


~ 


7 


3 


4 



(1) See page 2. 



25 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Origines par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



SASKATCHEWAN-8«t(e 








1 
a 


1 


.S<J 
P4 


1 

■< 
"a 

a 




1 


§ 
o 

•c: 

u 


«^ 73 

■go 


S 

1 


TOTAL 


a 


J 

1° 

1^ 


No. 


220 


221 


222 


223 


224 


225 


226 


227 


228. 


229 




S6,0M 


50,403 


47,381 


66,829 


34,836 


49,977 


43,795 


55,191 


63,275 


39,688 


757,510 


4,157 


7,988 


1 


31,318 


27,376 


26,121 


31,054 


18,819 


26,395 


23,621 


28,862 


29,220 


19,826 


413,700 


2,819 


4,129 


2 


24, 746 


23,027 


21,260 


25,775 


16,017 


23,682 


20,174 


26,289 


24,055 


15,862 


343,810 


1,338 


3,859 


3 


ss.sse 


se,409 


S0,S79 


ee,eu 


SS, 164 


36.817 


14,867 


H,404 


26,869 


18,216 


400.416 


1,847 


47S 


4 


i4,m 


19,01S 


ll,iS7 


H,72S 


11,677 


18,8SS 


8,190 


n,8S6 


14.874 


10,0S0 


219. SSS 


l,S8l 


S6S 


6 


ii.oeo 


ie,s9e 


8,S4S 


11,941 


10,687 


16,979 


6,667 


16,678 


11,986 


8,186 


181. OSS 


466 


121 


6 


6,743 


10,141 


6,388 


7,326 


6,690 


10,946 


4,310 


9,208 


7,210 


4,778 


112,691 


666 


173 


7 


5,426 


8,873 


5,269 


6,028 


5,671 


9,565 


3,692 


8,601 


5,768 


4,041 


93,881 


204 


61 


8 


3,531 


3,942 


2,214 


2,906 


2,547 


2,867 


1,333 


3,407 


.3,644 


2,743 


46,685 


294 


76 


9 


2,596 


3,372 


1,580 


2,324 


2,137 


2,863 


1,038 


3,285 


2,915 


2,134 


38,101 


75 


30 


10 


3,789 


4,721 


2,688 


4,316 


3,232 


4,860 


2,242 


4,939 


3,887 


2,395 


57,483 


484 


101 


11 


2,880 


3.997 


1,998 


3,485 


2,794 


4,426 


1,809 


4,503 


3,202 


1,926 


47,196 


178 


29 


12 


208 


209 


147 


177 


108 


166 


305 


272 


133 


114 


2,624 


39 


2 


13 


148 


154 


96 


104 


85 


145 


228 


189 


100 


85 


1,856 


8 


1 


14 


1,887 


1,552 


3,150 


3,750 


852 


437 


522 


687 


2,681 


1,528 


23,080 


216 


145 


16 


1,482 


1,327 


2,538 


3,196 


728 


449 


501 


651 


2,210 


1,148 


19,072 


68 


113 


16 


543 


854 


706 


987 


762 


1,164 


4,880 


537 


408 


388 


21,440 


20 




17 


428 


714 


664 


846 


658 


975 


4,307 


437 


343 


271 


18,298 




_ 


18 


274 


70 


145 


110 


75 


63 


76 


52 


86 


127 


1,880 


6 


2 


19 


213 


86 


119 


74 


64 


67 


56 


28 


94 


105 


1,697 


2 




20 


249 


310 


81 


139 


71 


263 


69 


261 


243 


120 


2,693 


1 


_ 


21 


10 


14 


2 


3 


- 


4 


- 


8 


1 


13 


74 




- 


22 


75 


27 


36 


24 


33 


32 


518 


30 


26 


23 


1,409 


6 


_ 


23 


57 


21 


36 


14 


38 


36 


419 


27 


20 


18 


1,166 


2 


_ 


24 


287 


178 


181 


155 


24 


72 


56 


130 


216 


201 


2,481 


30 


11 


25 


232 


133 


111 


97 


27 


68 


40 


102 


136 


134 


1,806 


7 


6 


26 


401 


274 


436 


294 


113 


149 


96 


3,373 


1,908 


268 


8,878 


28 


1 


27 


316 


210 


328 


230 


97 


147 


68 


3,165 


1,850 


203 


7,761 


6 


- 


28 


102 


17 


63 


16 


380 


16 


10 


2 


16 


14 


1,086 


17 


_ 


29 


68 


8 


44 


11 


329 


6 


11 


3 


22 


8 


861 


4 


_ 


30 


5,205 


1,416 


1,335 


2,107 


986 


2,329 


2,415 


2,117 


2,257 


2,343 


36,621 


119 


11 


31 


4,436 


1,222 


1,073 


1,746 


851 


2,263 


2,164 


1,931 


1,896 


- 1,986 


31,681 


36 


. I 


32 


5 


49 


9 


30 


1 


■ 68 


4 


48 


14 


7 


295 


2 


- 


33 


2 


9 


2 


7 


- 


14 


1 


14 


7 


- 


68 


- 


_ 


34 


146 


98 


65 


268 


34 


477 


327 


343 


147 


102 


2,930 


6 


1 


35 


113 


89 


62 


211 


22 


409 


266 


328 


126 


73 


2,450 


3 




36 


90 


186 


107 


389 


629 


. 195 


892 


33 


106 


296 


4,712 


5 


_ 


37 


79 


172 


77 


328 


563 


188 


799 


45 


93 


258 


4,234 


2 


_ 


38 


38 


3 


25 


10 


9 


7 


288 


23 


2 


8 


1,885 




_ 


39 


30 


10 


28 


6 


6 


13 


235 


34 


7 


2 


1,708 


_ 


_ 


40 


86 


73 


2,348 


1,435 


533 


173 


314 


86 


3 


16 


6,469 


709 


1,897 


41 


75 


70 


2,360 


1,482 


566 


157 


307 


86 


7 




6,446 


681 


1,976 


42 


11 


60 


26 


^54 


20 


40 


12 


67 


18 


13 


441 


20 




43 


8 


22 


14 


36 


7 


21 


2 


38 


7 


14 


248 


2 


1 


44 


7 


32 


- 


- 


- 


14 


- 


4 


16 




74 


20 




45 


3 


8 


- 


1 


- 


9 


- 


6 


8 


_ 


35 


8 


- 


46 


9 


4 


16 


16 


- 


10 


4 


25 


6 


22 


208 


4 


- 


47 


10 


4 


21 


13 


- 


6 


2 


22 


3 


18 


188 


2 


_ 


48 


2,587 


1,089 


1,053 


1,646 


93 


154 


408 


509 


1,801 


1,496 


17,575 


87 


14 


49 


1,842 


880 


774 


1,305 


78 


155 


352 


469 


1,416 


1,191 


13,863 


. 20 




50 


195 


167 


343 


414 


231 


. 125 


571 


109 


136 


290 


4,400 


12 


_ 


51 


171 


133 


296 


374 


• 208 


85 


654 


109 


94 


189 


3,761 


7 


_ 


52 


578 


434 


47 


37 


11 


509 


689 


8 


56 


107 


3,045 




_ 


63 


530 


375 


42 


27 


6 


435 


656 


6 


33 


86 


2,600 


- 


- 


64 


2,928 


390 


1,481 


1,544 


778 


646 


1,379 


1,662 


3,147 


1,045 


23,882 


6 


6 


55 


2,625 


321 


1,326 


1,417 


690 


532 


1,186 


1,476 


2,897 


911 


21,461 


2 


' 1 


56 


34 


33 


108 


4 


3 


145 


47 


1 


4 




451 


11 


10 


57 


15 


13 


81 


9 


6 


148 


30 


- 


■ 5 


- 


376 




16 


58 


966 


742 


870 


905 


434 


165 


689 


263 


820 


1,003 


10,856 


. 93 


2 


59 


689 


522 


642 


740 


342 


138 


666 


194 


615 


750 


8,208 


16 


1 


60 


79 


36 


63 


70 


15 


44 


38 


40 


71 


76 


1,011 


10 


4 


61 


67 


27 


66 


54 


11 


40 


35 


30 


57 


65 


" 812 


3 


1 


62 


48 


2 


7 


12 


- 




9 


12 


62 


8 


281 






63 


20 


2 


U 


10 


- 


- 


6 


14 


34 


3 


185 


_ 


_ 


64 


SSI 


SS9 


S,I61 


s.sec 


161 


SS6 


1,998 


i,oei 


96 


est 


28,097 


_ 


_ 


65 


- 


16 


1 


13 


~ 


7 


7 


- 


- 




653 


- 


_ 


66 


1 


18 


- 


7 


- 


1 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


556 


_ 


_ 


67 


60 


39 


158 


56 


116 


43 


650 


109 


37 


77 


3,554 


_ 


_ 


68 


37 


27 


112 


33 


105 


30 


563 


82 


27 


60 


3,044 


_ 


_ 


69 


50 


10 


34 


171 


14 


24 


73 


11 


3 


12 


1,784 


_ 


_ 


70 


47 


11 


22 


133 


4 


19 


71 


8 


4 


11 


1,543 


._ 


_ 


71 


36 


120 


1,505 


1,691 


9 


65 


366 


449 


13 


50 


9,182 


_ 


_ 


72 


30 


98 


1,329 


1,361 


14 


47 


273 


362 


12 


22 


7,781 


_ 


_ 


73 


16 


83 


251 


75 


17 


107 


27 


45 


. 39 


134 


943 


6 


62 


74 


26 


69 


168 


64 


23 


135 


23 


43 


43 


121 


844 


1 


1 


75 


66 


10 


28 


10 


- 


15 


7 


10 


6 


24 


218 


7 


1,621 


76 


36 


10 


22 


9 


- 


6 


6 


6 


6 


16 


162 


2 


1,621 


77 



26 



TABLE 3. Population — Origins by Cities and Towns of 5,000 and over, Census 1921 



i 


Origins— Origines 


1 


1 


.1 


1 
1 


a 

s 

1 


1 

■4J 

O 


.1 

a 


O 


1 


1 


Population 


.Total. 


618,506 


621,893 


179,087 


117,217 


114,151 


107,843 


95,193 


63,305 


60,969 


2 




M.-H. 


300,924 


250,944 


89,737 


62,230 


56,336 


60,245 


44,198 


31,826 


29,086 


3 




F. 


317,532 


270,949 


89,350 


54,987 


57,816 


67,698 


69,995 


31,479 


31,873 


4 


Britiah—Britannique 


..Total. 


U8,6S0 


U6,sm 


Ii0.l69 


93,609 


96,097 


68,S16 


8,636 


6S,94S 


66,611 


5 




M.-H. 


71,789 


111,178 


69,980 


46,896 


48,196 


31,078 


3,948 


S6,S68 


16,162 


6 




F. 


76,841 


ssi.om 


60,689 


46,713 


48,901 


37,137 


4i687 


26,691 


29,260 


7 


English — ^Anglaise -. . 


..M.-H. 


43,295 


124,963 


29, 162 


24,884 


28,050 


12,284 


1,691 


13,690 


16,496 


8 




F. 


44,719 


135,897 


29,169 


25,047 


28,934 


13,623 


2,037 


13,735 


17,882 


9 


Irish — Irlandaise. 


. .M.-H. 


16,077 


45,261 


11,419 


7,026 


7,923 


12,094 


1,864 


4,436 


4,940 


10 




F. 


18,407 


52,100 


11,896 


7,100 


8,922 


16,467 


2,211 


4,646 


6,866 


11 


Scotch — ^Ecossaise 


. .M.-H. 


12,185 


39,133 


18,418 


14,074 


9,735 


6,529 


385 


7,761 


4,636 


12 




F. 


13.487 


44,487 


18,651 


13,804 


10,528 


7,905 


437 


7,838 


6,263 


13 


Other — ^Autres .' 


..M.-H. 


232 


1,821 


981 


912 


487 


171 


8 


471 


280 


14 




F. 


228 


1,568 


883 


762 


518 


162 


2 


372 


259 


16 


French— Frangaise 


. .M.-H. 


186,560 


3,838 


1,810 


1,098 


930 


14,359 


39,582 


641 


340 


16 




F. 


203,608 


4,512 


2,134 


1,154 


1,026 


16,083 


45,768 


767 


419 


17 


Austrian — ^Autrichienne 


. .M.-H. 


651 


647 


3,536 


149 


494 


126 


3 


237 


46 


18 




P. 


672 


628 


3,250 


122 


378 


96 


4 


198 


39 


19 


Belgian— Beige 


..M.-H. 


986 


111 


129 


121 


11 


43 


30 


43 


8 


20 




P. 


966 


104 


155 


107 


4 


60 


41 


48 


11 


21 


Chinese — Chinoise 


. .M.-H. 


1,628 


2,019 


790 


5,899 


347 


273 


98 


649 


210 


22 




F. 


107 


115 


24 


585 


27 


9 


- 


39 


18 


23 


Czech— Tch^que (Bohemian 


k Mora- 






















vian 


..M.-H. 


36 


39 


186 


45 


41 


17 


5 


16 


~ 


24 




F. 


30 


33 


219 


27 


37 


8 


4 


10 


3 


25 


Danish — Danoise 


..M.-H. 


150 


183 


546 


236 


75 


105 


3 


160 


48 


26 




F. 


115 


164 


697 


219 


87 


81 


- 


146 


42 


27 


Dutch — Hollandaise 


..M.-H. 


219 


1,859 


626 


353 


756 


183 


7 


283 


313 


28 




F. 


213 


2,102 


610 


385 


860 


219 


3 


345 


306 


29 


Finnish — Finlandaise 


..M.-H. 


4 


353 


36 


155 


12 


6 


- 


4 


1 


30 




F. 


4 


382 


34 


146 


7 


3 


- 


18 


- 


31 


German — ^Allemande 


. .M.-H. 


. 726 


2,175 


2,337 


546 


1,332 


911 


43 


396 


681 


32 




F. 


794 


2,514 


2,425 


571 


1,612 


1,094 


51 


480 


653 


33 


Greek- Greoque 


. .M.-H. 


1,005 


691 


101 


240 


90 


65 


54 


56 


42 


34 




P. 


441 


221 


38 


88 


36 


32 


19 


12 


19 


35 


Hebrew — H6bralque 


..M.-H. 


21,656 


17,088 


7,267 


. 674 


1,315 


1,421 


187 


660 


362 


36 




F. 


21,161 


17,631 


7,182 


696 


1,246 


1,378 


188 


587 


341 


37 


Hungarian — Hongroise 


. .M.-H. 


36 


34 


166 


12 


99 


1 


2 


4 


1 


38 




P. 


31 


25 


178 


13 


101 


1 


1 


10 


1 


39 


Icelandic — Islandaise 


..M.-H. 


2 


2 


941 


28 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 


40 




P. 


8 


8 


1,332 


47 


1 


- 


- 


17 


- 


41 


Indian — Sauvage 


..M.-H. 


■ -83 


82 


26 


20 


114 


16 


3 


.S 


32 


42 




P. 


73 


101 


18 


39 


105 


28 


9 


13 


26 


43 


Italian — Italienne 


..M.-H. 


7,587 


4,488 


769 


901 


1,869 


663 


94 


239 


326 


44 




P. 


6,335 


3,729 


642 


689 


1,399 


471 


62 


186 


256 


45 


Japanese— Japonaise 


. .M.-H. 


13 


34 


29 


2,629 


-, 


6 


- 


31 


2 

2 


46 




P. 


2 


8 


6 


1,717 


— 


3 


— 


10 


47 


Negro— NSgre 


..M.-H. 


499 


613 


262 


165 


182 


27 


8 


23 


100 


4S 




P. 


363 


623 


162 


159 


193 


11 


6 


43 


109 


49 


Norwegian — Norv6gienne 


. .M.-H. 


160 


148 


382 


484 


38 


41 


13 


244 


13 


50 




P. 


134 


166 


418 


409 


36 


36 


14 


246 


12 


51 


Polish — Polonaise 


..M.-H. 


1,322 


1,302 


2,787 


96 


794 


95 


4 


182 


90 


52 




P. 


1,105 


1,078 


2,909 


79 


684 


77 


3 


105 


83 


53 


Roumanian — Roumaine 


..M.-H. 


610 


169 


201 


18 


270 


117 


- 


46 


8 


54 




F. 


416 


97 


188 


16 


165 


90 


1 


51 


1 


65 


Russian — Russe 


..M.-H. 


1,244 


859 


1,944 


200 


582 


93 


3 


966 


80 


66 




F. 


823 


473 


1,847 


• 157 


368 


40 


2 


1,007 


35 


57 


Serbo-Croatian— Sorbo-Croate(>).M.-H. 


41 


126 


28 


83 


100 


- 


1 


6 


2 


68 




F. 


18 


37 


26 


44 


57 


- 


- 


6 


1 


59 


Swedish — SuSdoise 


..M.-H 


234 


210 


1,011 


697 


120 


48 


1 


256 


36 


60 




P. 


184 


228 


920 


641 


110 


60 


6 


283 


28 


61 


Swiss — Suisse 


...M.-H 


■ 236 


288 


140 


97 


66 


43 


10 


76 


15 


62 




F 


192 


295 


138 


57 


57 


36 


8 


78 


38 


63 


Syrian — Syrienne 


. .M.-H 


741 


205 


85 


41 


7 


89 


30 


12 


45 


64 




F 


758 


182 


71 


53 


2 


63 


34 


6 


31 


65 


Ukranian—^Vkranienne 


. . . . Total 


i.oei 


l.HS 


e,S8t 


107 


S70 


eio 


- 


16S 


H 


66 


Bulcovinian— Bukovinienne 


...M.-H 


- 


12 


5 


- 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


67 


. \ 


P 


~ 


4 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


1 


68 


Galician — Galicienne 


. . .M.-H 


182 


217 


1,033 


41 


77 


33 


- 


36 


5 


69 




P 


146 


148 


980 


35 


43 


36 


- 


21 


1 


70 


Ruthenian — Ruth^e 


...M.-H 


' 17 


67 


811 


_ 


95 


14 


- 


2 


- 


71 




P 


17 


49 


738 


- 


50 


12 


- 


2 


- 


72 


Ukranian— Ukranienne — 


...M.-H 


395 


302 


1,472 


22 


70 


67 


- 


5C 


6 


73 




P 


295 


26C 


1,341 


9 


35 


33 


- 


42 


2 


74 


Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6e — 


...M.-H 


1,225 


66a 


202 


113 


73 


292 


62 


loe 


06 


75 




F 


1,116 


81S 


220 


133 


92 


383 


76 


102 


125 


76 


Various — Origines diverses (}) . 


...M.-H 


898 


972 


100 


273 


18^ 


IE 


7 


K 


23 


77 




F 


725 


361 


55 


77 


9" 


22 


8 


11 


10 




0) See page 2. 























27 



TABLEAU 3. 



Population — Origines par cites et villes de 5,000 &mes et au-dessus, recensement 
de 1921 



Edmonton 


1 

13 

a 


1 


1 


1 

1 


1 
1 


T3 

a ' 

i 


a 

8 
1 - 


1 

(2 


3 

a 


2 


a 

■-R 


> 


,£3 

3 


i 


68,821 


68,372 


47,166 


38,727 


38,591 


34,4,32 


29,440 


25,739 


26,001 


24,117 


23,616 


22,646 


22,367 


21,763 


1 


29,609 


28,357 


22,402 


20,107 


19,836 


17,801 


14,374 


12,932 


12,382 


U,928 


U,371 


11,657 


10,897 


10,602 


2 


29,212 


30, 015 


24,764 


18,620 


18,755 


16,631 


15,066 


12,807 


12,619 


12,189 


12,144 


10,988 


11,470 


11,161 


3 


4S,eu 


60,409 


4i,68B 


SS,8S1 


BS,S88 


B6,616 


B4,90e 


SO, 966 


14.64^ 


1,8S0 


6,BS0 


18,881 


1,036 


6,B97 


4 


M, 7S4 


U,se9 


m,S18 


15,879 


1B,89S 


IS, US 


IB, 016 


10,4SS 


7,1S9 


9S8 


S,0B8 


9,496 


636 


3,076 


6 


11,860 


ie,040 


Be, 471 


ie,94S 


IB, 496 


IB, 403 


IB, 891 


10,644 


7,608 


89S 


S,SOB 


9,S8e 


601 


3, BBS 


6 


11,082 


14,885 


11,065 


10,386 


7,254 


7,426 


7,941 


5,363 


4,568 


419 


■ 2,102 


3,636 


370 


1,927 


7 


11,498 


16,017 


12,176 


11,077 


7,025 


6,762 


8,415 


5,432 


4,883 


391 


2,204 


3,426 


344 


2,015 


8 


4,478 


5,311 


6,172 


1,609 


2,715 


1,970 


1,753 


1,877 


971 


367 


491 


1,667 


48 


■ 566 


9 


4,280 


6,674 


7,161 


1,798 


2,711 


2,107 


2,000 


2,048 


997 


346 


621 


1,620 


60 


626 


10 


6,707 


4,027 


2,862 


3,660 


• 2,764 


3,576 


2,141 


3,020 


1,648 


144 


423 


4,277 


114 


661 


11 


6,671 


4,218 


3,030 


3,862 


2,616 


3,409 


2,337 


2,946 


1,654 


147 


463 


4,323 


96 


648 


12 


517 


146 


119 


224 


160 


141 


180 


162 


62 


8 


12 


16 


3 


21 


13 


411 


131 


104 


205 


144 


125 


139 


119 


74 


9 


14 


18 


2 


33 


14 


1,388 


1,419 


662 


144 


3,468 


327 


282 


345 


4,760 


10,781 


8,001 


609 


10,178 


298 


15 


1,319 


1,581 


939 


216 


3,426 


• 373 


280 


404 


4,749 


11,137 


8,684 


692 


10,841 


294 


16 


857 


15 


16 


3 


56 


419 


65 


201 


20 


■11 




86 




70 


17 


877 


9 


13 


7 


48 


343 


61 


164 


17 


11 


„ 


57 


_ 


63 


18 


120 


9 


2 


20 


20 


29 


2 


32 


69 


18 


11 


2 


12 




19 


99 


- 9 


6 


16 


17 


41 


4 


21 


36 


12 


11 




12 


- 1 


20 


801 


138 


■ 83 


• 2,938 


131 


246 


85 


220 


34 


19 


3C 


28 


37 


17 


21 


17 


2 


- 


503 


5 


4 





8 




2 






3 




22 


20 


7 


. 


2 


18 


28 


7 


19 


_ 


_ 




3 




14 


23 


27 


2 


- 


1 


9 


33 


11 


16 


_ 


_ 


■_ 


4 


_ 


9 


24 


116 


66 


74 


57 


33 


33 


11 


32 


31 


2 


2 


6 


_ 


12 


26 


100 


34 


63 


44 


24 


42 


9 


39 


24 


1 


1 


6 


_ 


12 


26 


379 


612 


107 


72 


: 286 


116 


370 


142 


18 


3 


1 


65 


1 


161 


27 


342 


691 


118 


49 


272 


126 


403 


140 


18 


3 


,7 


36 




196 


28 


18 


4 


9 


16 


2 


6 


- 


2 


3 






7 


1 




29 


26 


3 


5 


15 


3 


2 


- 


.3 


1 


_ 


_ 


6 


2 


_ 


30 


769 


364 


99 


. 185 


578 


1,461 


280 


401 


58 


17 


9 


41 


13 


6,762 


31 


823 


366 


93 


177 


663 


1,451 


322 


412 


49 


25 


8 


37 


11 


6,332 


32 


75 


37 


23 


60 


24 


y 66 


32 


43 


36 


7 


21 


8 


7 


29 


33 


31 


20 


7 


20 


8 


14 


18 


11 


22 


3 


13 


2 


4 


4 


34 


423 


281 


423 


• 77 


471 


462 


120 


307 


86 


18 


133 


220 


16 


152 


35 


398 


304 


426 


76 


608 


398 


121 


292 


63 


19 


132 


178 


22 


146 


36 


33 


4 


- 


1 


53 


138 


129 


15 






1 


63 






37 


32 


2 


- 


2 


33 


139 


118 


26 


_ 


_ 


1 


67 


f 


_ 


38 


16 


- 


- 


17 


- 


7 


1 


19 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 


39 


20 


- 


- 


19 


- 


11 


_ 


32 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


40 


11 


2 


- 


16 


4 


13 


64 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


5 




6 


41 


23 


11 


11 


16 


2 


3 


83 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


6 




4 


42 


69 


105 


28 


128 


298 


11 


162 


46 


31 


45 


43 


236 


6 


54 


43 


70 


62 


18 


97 


• 131 


7 


116 


28 


17 


31 


7 


130 


2 


41 


44 


21 


3 


- 


129 


- 


14 




4 














46 


11 


- 


- 


96 


_ 


9 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


46 


140 


445 


226 


36 


609 


8 


89 


23 


16 


_ 


_ 


18 


_ 


20 


47 


137 


405 


234 


36 


519 


•2 


80 


16 


20 


1 


_ 


12 


_ 


13 


48 


288 


71 


65 


76 


17 


78 


12 


105 


24 


■ 2 


2 


29 


17 


6 


49 


351 


40 


38 


60 


17 


96 


16 


142 


32 


4 


4 


13 


12 


4 


50 


• 309 


16 


14 


12 


441 


89 


246 


49 


9 


9 


3 


241 




463 


51 


343 


12 


9 


10 


•311 


67 


216 


67 


7 


8 


1 


182 


1 


399 


52 


44 


12 


3 


1 


115 


407 


10 


8 


1 


2 




19 




2 


53 


22 


6 


1 


- 


59 


367 


4 


6 


4 


3 


_ 


4 


_ 


4 


64 


527 


77 


43 


23 


83 


298 


65 


186 


17 


. 8 


4 


102 


1 


56 


66 


638 


20 


25 


25 


38 


238 


29 


192 


, 10 


3 


3 


32 




34 


56 


16 


- 


1 


2 


14 


136 


11 


- 






1 


68 


_ 


3 


57 


17 


- 


1 


1 


6 


142 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 




47 


_ 




58 


108 


46 


52 


73 


20 


84 


18 


76 


17 


6 


"16 


21 


12 


13 


59 


265 


38 


47 


90 


18 


97 


11 


73 


21 


3 


18 


16 


8 


10 


60 


103 


10 


- 


20 


7 


24 


22 


16 


11 


1 






1 


211 


61 


76 


6 


3 


20 


12 


29 


18 


9 


10 


1 


1 


- 




270 


62 


33 


102 


122 


- 


179 




82 


10 


6 


17 


34 


62 


37 


40 


63 


22 


128 


114 


- 


149 


- 


50 


13 


2 


13 


34 


62 


32 


29 


64 


COS 


- 


/ 


/ 


77 


181 


14B 


S16 


; 


7 


4 


SS7 


6 


177 


66 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 




- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


I 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


67 


23 


- 


- 


- 


12 


23 


29 


36 


1 


4 


3 


31 


_ 


62 


68 


24 


- 


- 


1 


3 


16 


29 


32 


1 


_ 


1 


8 


_ 


37 


69 


12 


- 


1 


- 


2 


16 


17 


11 


- 


- 


- 


24 


_ 


4 


70 


19 


- 


- 


- 


4 


12 


19 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


_ 


3 


71 


225 


- 


- 


- 


34 


50 


28 


133 


_ 


3 


_ 


161 


3 


47 


72 


204 


- 


- 


- 


22 


41 


20 


96 


3 


- 


- 


93 


2 


34 


73 


69 


87 


101 


75 


44 


93 


41 


27 


1 


14 


17 


2 


20 


2 


74 


88 


91 


112 


51 


37 


119 


69 


28 


I 


.16 


14 


1 


16 


2 


75 


32 


68 


30 


55 


35 


14 


99 


4 


6 


■ 1 


11 


17 


_ 


44 


76 


31 


63 


21 


31 


17 


5 


58 


2 


4 




1 


15 


2 


9 


77 



28 



TABLE 3. Population — Origins by Cities and Towns of 5,000 and over, Census 1921 — Con. 



6 


Origins — Origin es 




1 

d 


3S 


|2 






1 


a. 
% 
3 


1 


1 

a 



Z 






• S 


tg 


& . 


& 


6 


JS 





^ 


s 


1 


Population 


.Total. 


21,753 


21,092 


20,994 


20,511 


19,881 


19,285 


18,128 


17,593 


17,488 


2 




M.-H. 


10,096 


U,034 


10,003 


10,713 


9,928 


9,827 


8,889 


7,411 


8,511 


3 




F. 


11,657 


10,058 


10,991 


9,829 


9,953 


9,458 


9,239 


10,182 


8,977 


4 


British — Brilannique 


. . . Total 


19,756 


IB, 907 


19,S6S 


J2,S71 


16,878 


16,467 


16,777 


H,0i0 


11,66S 


5 




M.-H. 


9,099 


6,sse 


9,167 


e,e96 


8, ess 


8,e98 


7,697 


6,066 


6,916 


6 




F. 


10,666 


e,s7i 


10, im 


6,076 


8,690 


8,169 


8,180 


8,066 


6,743 


7 


Englisli— AnglaisD 


..M.-H. 


4,780 


2,951 


4,994 


3,257 


5,236 


4,613 


■ 4,467 


3,457 


4,547 


8 




F. 


5,286 


2,797 


5,254 


3,158 


5,425 


4,560 


4,536 


4,461 


4,265 


9 


Irisli— Irlandaise 


..M.-H. 


2,877 


1,825 


2,767 


1,222 


1,530 


1,546 


1,358 


960 


688 


10 




F. 


3,774 


1,803 


3,375 


1,176 


1,681 


1,516 


1,616 


1,464 


709 


11 


Scotch — Ecossaise 


..M.-H. 


. 1,400 


1,633 


1,361 


1.709 


. 1,464 


2,044 


1,729 


1,635 


672 


12 




F. 


1,548 


1,670 


1,505 


1,645 


1,409 


2,001 


1,991 


2,094 


766 


13 


Otlier — ^Autrea 


..M.-H. 
F. 


42 
48 


127 
. 101 


45 
52 


107 
97 


59 
75 


95 
82 


43 
37 


23 
36 


8 


14 




8 


16 


French — Francaise 


..M.-H. 


390 


1,118 


345 


497 


329 


202 


217 


607 


2,353 


16 




F. 


489 


1,089 


350 


446 


319 


228 


176 


1,366 


3,087 


17 


Austrian — ^Autrichienne 


..M.-H. 


9 


320 


1 


244 


28 


147 


16 


9 


- 


18 




F. 


6 


■ 228 


1 


210 


24 


119 


8 


5 


- 


19 


Belgian— Beige 


..M.-H. 


2 


3 


3 


1 


2 


5 


4 


9 


- 


20 




F. 


1 


1 


- 


7 


2 


14 


4 


13 


1 


21 


Chinese— Chinoise 


..M.-H. 


96 


60 


17 


65 


82 


177 


33 


66 


19 


22 




F. 




3 


- 


1 


1 


11 


- 


1 


1 


23 


Czech-Tch^que (Bohemian 


& 






















Moravian) 


..M.-H. 


3 


- 


- 


344 


5 


15 


1 


- 


~ 


24 




F. 


1 


- 


- 


367 


5 


10 


2 


1 


1 


25 


Danish — Danoise 


..M.-.H 


3 


20 


1 


19 


14 


26 


3 


9 


4 


26 


- 


F. 


8 


23 


2 


17 


11 


29 


3 


13 


1 


27 


Dutch— Hollandaise 


..M.-H. 


113 


66 


95 


38 


235 


66 


33 


25 


30 


28 




F. 


133 


93 


88 


38 


226 


64 


47 


17 


28 


29 


Finnish — Finlandaise ' 


..M.-H. 


1 


. 439 


' - 


320 


19 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


30 




F. 


1 


405 


1 


340 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


German — ^Allemande 


..M.-H. 


83 


190 


63 


93 


175 


189 


372 


73 


44 


32 




F. 


102 


170 


72 


97 


206 


223 


402 


88 


30 


33 


Greelc- Grecque 


..M.-H. 


24 


18 


13 


48 


17 


46 


22 


7 


13 


34 




F. 


12 


6 


16 


24 


2 


9 


4 


2 


3 


35 


Hebrew — H6bralque 


..M.-H. 


166 


56 


70 


152 


112 


63 


48 


496 


41 


36 




F. 


147 


59 


66 


137 


113 


56 


42 


506 


34 


37 


Hungarian — Hongroise 


..M.-H. 




2 


- 


11 


8 


11 


- 


- 


~ 


38 




F. 


2 


2 


- 


13 


6 


16 


- 


- 


- 


39 


Icelandic— Islandaise 


..M.-H. 




3 


- 


1 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


40 




F. 


- 


2 


- 


6 


1 


8 


- 


- 


~ 


41 


Indian — Indienne 


M.-H. 


2 


16 
32 


10 

8 


17 
21 


20 
18 


1 


4 


2 


1 


42 




F. 


- 


43 


Ital ian— Italiennc 


..M.-H. 


32 


1,648 


179 


778 


160 


2 


341 


11 


9 


44 




F. 


27 


1,212 


166 


564 


95 


1 


246 


9 


7 


45 


Japanese— Japonaise 


..M.-H. 




- 


- 


1 


- 


32 


- 


- 


1 


46 




F. 


_ 


— 


— 


1 


— 


8 


— 


— 


^ 


47 


Negro— NSgre 


...M.-H. 


2 


7 


- 


4 


80 


2 


25 


10 


3 


48 




F. 


1 


- 


- 


6 


74 


- 


19 


19 


2 


49 


Norwegian — Norv6gienne 


..M.-H 


2 


41 


2 


66 


14 


106 


3 


3 


11 


50 




F 


8 


30 


4 


79 


17 


126 


2 


9 


10 


51 


Polish — Polonaise 


..M.-H 


12 


52 


5 


173 


119 


42 


50 


7 


21 


52 




F 


11 


32 


2 


164 


95 


33 


44 


12 


1 


63 


Roumanian— Houmaine 


..M.-H 


1 


19 


- 


27 


32 


19 


6 


2 


~ 


54 




F 


6 


8 


- 


30 


14 


14 


- 


5 


~ 


56 


Russian — Russe 


..M.,H 


12 


154 


8 


78 


46 


49 


16 


8 


4 


66 




F 


3 


57 


2 


56 


28 


44 


7 


2 


4 


57 


Serbo-Croatian- Serbo-Croate (') M.-H 




195 


- 


16 


1 


1 


15 


- 


- 


68 




F 


_ 


86 


1 


12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


59 


Swedish— SuMoiso 


..M.-H 


10 


52 


7 


128 


23 


164 


4 


12 


23 


60 




F 


2 


48 


4 


114 


14 


■ 128 


3 


14 


5 


61 


Swisa-^uisse 


..M.-H 


3 


11 


2 


1 


19 


■ 5 


21 


13 


- 


62 




F 


11 


10 


3 


4 


26 


10 


20 


16 


~ 


63 


Syrian — Syrienne 


...M.-H 


2 


32 


2 


74 


9 


2 


1 


- 


11 


64 




F 




35 


- 


49 


8 


- 


- 


- 


6 


«« 


Ukranian — Uhranienne 


....Tola 


/ 


68 


i 


e,08S 


SO 


sss 


7 


- 


- 


66 


Bukovinian — Bukovinienne 


...M.-H 




- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


-- 


~ 


67 




F 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


, 


- 


df 


Galician— Galicienne 


. . .M.-H 


1 


16 


- 


100 


10 


' 


- 


- 


- 


69 




F 




6 


1 


85 


8 


\ 


1 


- 


~ 


70 


Ruthenian— Ruthtoe 


...M.-H 


_ 


13 


- 


66 


- 


' 


- 


- 


~ 


71 




F 


_ 


7 


1 


58 


- 


i 


- 


- 


- 


72 


Ukranian — Ukranienne 


...M.-H 


_ 


19 


- 


1,005 


3 


10' 


4 


- 


- 


73 




F 


_ 


7 


- 


. 774 


6 


9( 


2 


- 


' - 


74 


Unspecified— Non-spdcifi4e 


...M.-H 


34 


21 


13 


22 


17 


3; 


19 


7 


8 


7£ 




F 


26 


28 


10 


18 


IS 


3; 


13 


IS 


7 


7£ 


Various- Origines diverses ('). 


...M.-H 


4 


8 


- 


29 


68 


■ 


34 


12 


- 


r 




F 


1 


7 


1 


17 


IG 




14 


£ 


1 



W See page 2. 



29 



TABLEAU 3. 



Population — Origiries par cites et villes de 5,000 4mes et au-dessus, recensement 
de 1921 — suite 



& 

m 


T3 
1 


s 

o 


s 


a 
o 


-e 
<i 

u 
O 


'E 

03 


g 


If 


15 


o 

£ 

3 


"5 


1 

'a 


o a ? 


6 


o 


m 


m 


l-l 


« 


Ck 


M 


Z 


2 


y 


o 


O 


m 


O 


•A 


17,00" 


10,094 


10,02( 


15,404 


15,303 


11,886 


11,873 


11,764 


11,495 


13,25e 


13,219 


13,219 


12,821 


i2,847 


1 


8,774 


7,8SS 


7,831 


7,S84 


7,7G0 


7,723 


7,474 


7,77C 


7,442 


6,139 


5,913 


6,363 


6,323 


5,767 


2 


8,233 


8,%3C 


8,183 


7,83« 


7,633 


7,159 


7,403 


6,988 


7,053 


6,813 


7,332 


6,819 


6,198 


6,580 


3 


14,91i 


IS,SS6 


14,796 


e,S66 


11,714 


9,677 


is,m 


is, 680 


11,708 


10,896 


6,601 


11,74$ 


6,068 


11,806 


4 


7, ess 


e,ise 


7,S17 


e,6i7 


1,910 


4,9S4 


e,m 


6, BOO 


6,702 


6,S14 


s,9es 


6,606 


S,8S4 


6, SSI 


5 


7, ess 


e,S6C 


7,6S1 


2, 70S 


s.su 


4,698 


6,6S0 


6,080 


6,004 


6,671 


S,6SS 


6,lSf> 


1,819 


6,026 


6 


2,488 


3,570 


4,705 


1,070 


3,270 


2,386 


3,436 


4,871 


3,060 


3,234 


1,714 


3,006 


1,643 


1,946 


7 


2,208 


3,75il 


4,990 


2,013 


3,062 


2,185 


3,411 


4,624 


3,195 


3,477 


2,001 


3,141 


1,535 


2,173 


8 


1,196 


1,491 


1,077 


326 


1,130 


1,069 


1,496 


718 


936 


933 


646 


728 


422 


1,701 


9 


1,173 


1,650 


1,124 


356 


1,193 


1,071 


1,519 


687 


1,038 


1,120 


881 


821 


464 


1,912 


10 


3,913 


1,374 


1,307 


346 


1,427 


1,470 


1,579 


875 


1,613 


1,015 


600 


1,827 


848 


1,613 


11 


3,798 


1,405 


1,428 


336 


1,510 


1,374 


1,668 


832 


1,693 


1,039 


651 


2,138 


787 


1,915 


12 


26 


51 


38 


6 


83 


59 


41 


36 


94 


42 


2 


45 


21 


21 


13 


19 


36 


39 


3 


79 


63 


32 


37 


78 


36 


6 


36 


33 


26 


14 


305 


157 


76 


4,159 


131 


431 


334 


151 


136 


479 


2,189 


98 


2,272 


382 


16 


360 


145 


103 


4,466 


107 


429 


296 


108 


185 


489 


2,097 


98 


2,542 


482 


16 


64 


3 


9 


122 


217 


341 


23 


8 


10 


9 


3 


11 


73 


1 


17 


61 


6 


9 


96 


202 


257 


16 


7 


14 


8 


3 


8 


69 




18 


18 


5 


8 


5 


16 


17 


- 


6 


6 


8 


16 


7 


635 


_ 


19 


19 


8 


6 


6 


14 


6 


1 


6 


6 


4 


20 


2 


648 


_ 


20 


11 


26 


27 


19 


40 


62 


56 


62 


702 


52 


22 


28 


15 


8 


21 


~ 


5 


2 


- 


1 


2 


6 


- 


45 


6 


- 






2 


22 


11 


~ 


3 


- 


5 


6 


- 


3 


14 


2 


- 


9 


6 




23 


9 


I 


- 


- 


2 


7 


_ 


1 


9 


_ 


_ 


8 


6 




24 


26 


10 


7 


10 


19 


20 


12 


6 


22 


6 


7 


2 


4 


8 


25 


3 


3 


5 


10 


13 


16 


16 


7 


28 


4 


8 


2 


9 


4 


26 


19 


40 


121 


- 


51 


56 


101 


-89 


. 32 


85 


26 


61 


41 


17 


27 


32 


49 


152 


- 


57 


46 


110 


69 


40 


87 


21 


67 


52 


4 


28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


767 


11 


16 


40 










1 


29' 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


799 


9 


8 


36 


_ 


_ 


.1 


_ 




30 


38 


963 


176 


9 


140 


117 


148 


121 


91 


148 


26 


346 


44 


14 


31 


47 


1,043 


161 


14 


150 


130 


149 


152 


107 


167 


34 


388 


69 


4 


32 


19 


14 


6 


3 


28 


28 


18 


4 


. 13 


13 


6 


■ 2 


8 


3 


33 


2 


4 


- 


- 


4 


10 


3 


, _ 


3 


2 


3 


1 


2 




34 


219 


26 


42 


278 


103 


44 


30 


48 


9 


35 


667 


32 


49 


9 


35 


222 


21 


33 


258 


119 


38 


27 


39 


16 


23 


628 


35 


46 


10 


36 


7 


- 


- 


- 


11 


5 


- 


3 


1 






3 


2 




37 


3 


~ 


- 


- 


14 


1 


- 


3 


1 


1 


- 


2 


6 


_ 


38 


~ 


~ 


1 


- 


33 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


-■ 




14 


_ 


39 


- 


. - 


- 


- 


65 


2 


2 


- 


6 


_ 


. _ 


- 


26 


_- 


40 


- 


2 


29 


10 


9 


- 


23 


2 


16 


1 


_ 


_ 


11 


_ 


41 


- 


2 


38 


14 


7 


1 


23 


3 


2 


6 


1 


_ 


10 


_ 


42 


40 


■ 47 


26 


. 148 


14 


373 


30 


600 


49 


6 


42 


28 


57 


- _ 


43 


20 


21 


17 


130 


6 


325 


9 


433 


65 


1 


24 


33 


70 


1 


44 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


14 


2 


247 


- 


2 




1 




46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


177 


_ 


2 


_ 




_ 


46 


69 


22 


11 


- 


1 


1 


7 


4 


3 


261 




_ 


4 


13 


47 


41 


26 


10 


- 


2 


1 


20 


5 




258 


1 


_ 


2 


16 


48 


1 


1 


2 


13 


22 


130 


8 


7 


134 


1 


12 


3 


17 




49 


1 


1 


3 


- 


23 


121 


4 


2 


110 


2 


6 


r 


21 


_ 


50 


109 


2 


18 


61 


255 


17 


7 


11 


21 


8 


1 


19 


32 




51 


73 


3 


3 


19 


258 


16 


6 


6 


12 


3 


1 


15 


59 


_ 


52 


16 


2 


3 


24 


1 


18 


14 


6 




6 


1 


2 


4 


_ 


53 





1 


I 


23 


5 


8 


9 


1 


_ 


4 


1 


1 


5 


_ 


54 


42 


24 


3 


28 


59 


35 


17 


33 


14 


22 


7 


24 


64 


, 


56 


12 


17 


4 


53 


61 


27 


12 


11 


8 


14 


3 


4 


29 


1 


56 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


26 


- 


5 


1 












57 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


9 


- 


6 


2 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


68 


8 





6 


- 


35 


177 


10 


34 


115 


5 


7 


1 


32 


_ 


59 


- 8 


4 


7 


- 


38 


■ 143 


12 


8 


135 


7 


10 


2 


26 


2 


60 


1 


6 


2 


3 


9 


4 


6 


12 


2 


2 


14 


11 


34 


2 


61 


2 


14 


6 


- 


6 


4 





10 


6 


6 


8 


9 


20 


2 


62 


6 


- 


21 


24 


21 


- 


- 


■ '? 


1 


-8 


2 


43 


5 


28 


93 


4 


- 


21 


21 


10 


- 


- 


7 


2 


7 


6 


18 




25 


64 


n 


S 


/ 


14 


1,139 


95 


M 


16 




/ 


/ 


10 


7« 




16 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~- 


- 


;- 


- 




2 


_ 


B6 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


~- 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


B7 


7 


- 


- 


1 


63 


30 


9 


6 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


22 


_ 


38 


8 


2 


- 


~ 


62 


26 


11 


3 


- 




- 


_ 


17 


_ 


S9 


~ 


~ 


~ 


i 


8 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


_ 


70 


- 


~ 


- 


6 


7 


- 


- 


3 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12 


_ 


n 


1 


- 


1 


6 


633 


18 


26 


2 


- 


_ 


I 


7 


6 


_ 


J2 


1 


- 


- 


2 


476 


20 


• 6 


- 


_ 


_ 




3 


7 


_ 


73 


2 


11 


23 


13 


15 


18 


12 


10 


29 


■ 58 


2 


5 


3 


_ 


74 


13 


10 


23 


3 


91 


17 


12 


2 


28 


59 


12 


4 


• 6 


2 


75 


21 


1 


3 


1 


3 


3 


6 


13 


27 




3 


19 


28 




76 


7 




2 


1 




8 


6 


9 


8 


*" 


5 


11 


20 




7 



30 

TABLE 3. Population — Origins by Cities and Towns of 5,000 and over, Census 1921 — Con. 



No. 



40' 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
4g 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
67 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 

ee 

66 
67 



Origins — Origines 



English — Anglaise 

Irish — Irian daise 

Scotch — ^Ecossaise 



Population Total, 

M.-H, 
F. 

British— Britannique Total 

M.-H. 

F. 

.M.-H 

F, 

.M.-H 

F, 

.M.-H. 

F. 

Other— Autres M.-H. 

F. 
French — Frangaise M.-H, 

Austrian— Autriohienne M.-H. 

F. 
Belgian— Beige M.-H 

F. 
Chinese — Chinoise M.-H 

F, 

Czech — Tohdque — (Bohemian 
& Moravian) M.-H. 

Danish — Danoise M.-H 

F, 
Dutch — Hollondaise M.-H. 

F, 
Finnish — Finlandaise M.-H. 

F, 
German — Allemande M.-H 

F, 
Greek — Grecque. ^ M.-H 

F 
Hebrew— H^bralque M.-H. 

Hungarian — Hongroise M.-H. 

F. 
Icelandic — Islandaise — '. M.-H. 

F. 
Indian — Sauvage M.-H. 

Italian — Italienne M.-H. 

F. 
Japanese — Japonaise M.-H. 

F. 
Negro — Nfigre M.-H. 

F. 
Norwegian — Norv^gienne M.-H, 

F. 
Polish— Polonaise M.-H, 

F, 
Roumanian — Roumaine M.-H 

F, 
Russian — Russe M.-H. 

F 
Serbo-Croatiau-Serbo-Croate(')M.-H 

F. 
Swedish— Su^doise M.-H 

F 
Swiss — Suisse M.-H. 

F, 
Syrian — Syrienne M.-H 

Ukranian — Ukranienne . : Total 

Bukoviaian — Buko vinienne .M .-H 
F 
Galician — Galicienne — 



12,206 
5,837 
6,369 

I0,?16 

«,' " 

S, 

3,027 

3,196 

1,392 

1,705 

618 

720 

29 

28 

223 

233 



52 



Ruthenian — RuthSne . 



M.-H. 

F. 

M.-H. 

F. 

Ukranian — Ukranienne M.-H. 

F. 

Unspecified — Non-spfeififie (') . .M.-H. 

F. 

Varioua— Origines diverses^ M.-H. 

F. 



O O 
O 



12,190 

5,853 
6,337 

10,919 

6,186 

B.tSS 

2,045 

2,208 

1,649 

1,828 

1,470 

1,677 

22 

20 

117 

124 

9 

3 

3 

2 

19 



184 
158 
20 
16 
42 
30 
12 



11,940 
6,021 
5,919 

io,eTS 

S,S09 

s,sei 



166 

,198 

576 

621 

543 

522 

24 

23 

■93 

68 

14 

27 

4 

6 

20 

3 



11,097 

5,831 
5,266 

8,m 

4, 

4,014 

2,376 

2,204 

531 

521 

1,293 

1,235 

63 

54 

110 

107 

198 

170 



162 



90 



56 



4 
4 
1 
2 
5 
1 
SSS 



2 
4 
1 
5 
174 
142 
13 
13 



10,859 
4,925 
5,934 

97 

46 

Si 

37 

33 

4 

10 

5 

7 



4,847 
5,860 



131 

141 

15 

6 
58 
50 
27 
18 



120 

84 

2 

1 

7 



42 
44 
105 
71 
60 
54 
157 
155 
80 
81 
27 
20 



ISO 
1 

21 
15 
13 

7 
49 
24 



o 



10,692 
5,361 
5,331 

1,6i9 

S,114 

3,716 

1,770 

1,821 

1,082 

1,143 

893 

769 

29 

22 

998 

1,089 

11 

5 

14 



289 

259 

12 



■%s 



10,625 
5,381 
5,244 

?«S 

STB 

S48 

265 

263 

38 

40 

72 

45 



4,745 
4,755 
7 
5 
7 
16 
13 



10,470 
5,159 
5,311 

S7S 
1S8 
1S4 
58 
71 
60 
52 
20 
11 



4,997 
5,167 



23 



10,013 
4,701 
6,342 

8,601 

S,916 

4,686 

1,993 

2,146 

1,220 

1,561 

682 

865 

2P 

14 

210 

203 

-5 

3 

2 
31 
11 



1 

2 

3 

30 



34 

40 

3 

2 

20 

26 

4 

2 



17 

12 

2 



411 
406 



(■) See page 2. 



31 



TABLEAU 3. 



Population — Origines par cit6s et villes de 5,000 dmes et au-dessus, recensement 
de 1921 — suite 



1 

s 


ll 


£ 4J 

.9 oj 
1" 

a 


■3 

M 

I 


s 
1 


111 


1 
i 


1 
8 


o 


13 

1 


J2 
CO 






a 

% 

'is 

-a 
S 
fe ■ 


o 

a 

1 


M a 

f 


1 

SI 

.1 


No. 


g,99S 


9,935 


9,634 


9,215 


9,113 


9,088 


8,974 


8,937 


8,774 


8,GS4 


8,621 


8,327 


8,174 


8,114 


7,899 


7,886 


7,875 


1 


4,901 


4,621 


4,785 


4,382 


4,304 


4,874 


4,320 


4,38« 


4,178 


4,362 


4,423 


4,212 


4,078 


3,814 


3,866 


3,978 


3,866 


2 


S,097 


5,314 


4,849 


4,833 


4,809 


4,214 


4,654 


4,557 


4,S96 


4,292 


4,198 


4.115 


4,096 


4,300 


4,034 


3,908 


4,009 


3 


7,eSB 


9, lis 


7,367 


851 


B8B 


7,738 


7,978 


IBl 


7,951 


6,SH 


4,331 


7,165 


114 


7,650 


7,SB0 


m 


4,046 


4 


3,666 


4,196 


3,647 


408 


133 


3,978 


3,816 


73 


3,748 


3,095 


s,m 


3,637 


55 


3,538 


3,563 


su 


1,986 


6 


S,866 


4,9S0 


3,7 SO 


443 


119 


3,760 


4,iM 


78 


4, SOS 


3,119 


S,U7 


s.ees 


69 


4,01S 


3,757 


SOS 


t,059 


6 


2,390 


2,483 


1,890 


300 


101 


2,463 


917 


42 


2,078 


1,888 


888 


1,272 


32 


1,692 


2,758 


153 


■550 


7 


2,600 


3,109 


1,963 


319 


96 


2,354 


947 


■ 42 


2,170 


1,901 


874 


1,292 


36 


1,969 


2,952 


125 


491 


8 


433 


674 


628 


48 


22 


225 


432 


8 


860 


547 


643 


548 


12 


856 


336 


'60 


075 


9 


427 


675 


657 


68 


23 


217 


461 


8 


1,061 


658 


636 


662 


16 


944 


348 


65 


1,107 


10 


829 


1,016 


1,091 


59 


10 


1,134 


2,463 


22 


.794 


601 


633 


1,800 


11 


963 


461 


11 


439 


11 


830 


1,117 


1,072 


56 


• 10 


1,041 


2,736 


27 


946 


617 


608 


1,766 


17 


1,058 


448 


11 


446 


12 


14 


22 


38 


1 


- 


166 


14 


1 


16 


59 


20 


17 




37 


8 




22 


13 


9 


29 


28 


- 


- 


148 


8 


1 


26 


43 


29 


19 


_ 


41 


9 


1 


15 


14 


1,006 


56 


141 


3,918 


4,107 


42 


203 


4,236 


158 


227 


1,533 


186 


3,932 


79 


81 


3,673 


844 


15 


1,007 


52 


127 


4,361 


4,627 


31 


206 


4,437 


127 


272 


1,558 


202 


3,944 


103 


85 


3,648 


956 


16 


- 


8 


73 


- 


- 


27 


- 


- 


2 


31 


69 


41 


- 


1 


- 


7 


6 


17 


- 


5 


64 


2 


- 


28 


1 


- 


1 


21 


56 


17 


_ 




_ 


3 


1 


18 


1 


- 


2 


1 


1 


26 


4 


15 


1 


8 


1 


1 


7 


_ 


_ 


2 




19 


- 


2 


7 


- 


- 


30 


7 


17 


2 


5 


2 


2 


■ 2 


1 


_ 


1 


1 


20 


9 


21 


94 


6 


5 


379 


19 


5 


22 


62 


97 


10 


8 


9 


7 


4 


14 


21 


~ 


- 


7 


- 


- 


54 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


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1 


9 


_ 


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14 


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6 












23 


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18 


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24 


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4 


21 


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2 


5 


_ 


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25 


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29 


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3 


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1 


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3 


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26 


7 


36 


64 


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3 


30 


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71 


109 


6 


13 


2 


67 


68 


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17 


27 


10 


33 


62 


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29 


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80 


123 


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17 


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58 


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28 


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36 


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110 










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40 


1 


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96 


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1 


30 


22 


215 


103 


12 


- 


47 


13 


- 


62 


187 


24 


13 


1 


16 


49 


3 


924 


31 


24 


203 


120 


12 


- 


50 


22 


- 


80 


209 


34 


16 


3 


13 


40 


7 


920 


32 


4 


6 


8 


4 


3 


11 


14 


6 


7 


7 


12 






1 






3 


33 


- 


- 


3 


2 


1 


2 


8 


1 


5 




10 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


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34 


8 


11 


39 


9 


30 


8 


30 


10 


36 


7 


80 


15 


25 


32 


7 


7 


17 


35 


10 


10 


38 


3 


29 


6 


35 


4 


32 


8 


49 


6 


17 


30 


4 


8 


17 


36 


- 


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3 


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- 


- 


- 


- 


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122 






. 










37 


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6 


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- 


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- 


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- 


112 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


38 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


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- 


- 


_ 


- 


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39 


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1 


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_ 


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40 


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14 


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7 


1 


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11 


3 


1 


_ 


. 


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_ 


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6 


41 


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2 


19 


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12 


4 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


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8 


42 


3 


19 


41 


3 


9 


162 


7 


5 


16 


361 


160 


103 


_ 


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_ 


8 


13 


43 


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21 


30 


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9 


101 


4 


5 


9 


302 


121 


69 


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44 


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8 


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45 


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45 


141 


25 


3 


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1 


118 


_ 


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8 


_ 


27 


_ 


36 


77 


_ 


_ 


47 


142 


20 


3 


- 


- 


3 


142 


- 


- 


5 


_ 


19 


■ _ 


62 


77 


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_ 


48 


3 


- 


48 


- 


- 


7 


6 


6 


2 


6 


■6 


3 


_ 


2 


6 


_ 


2 


49 


4 


2 


65 


- 


- 


6 


2 


4 


4 


2 


6 


1 


. 


2 


4 


_ 




60 


- 


3 


24 


- 


6 


13 


3 


- 


2 


27 


27 


20 


_ 


7 


1 


_ 


7 


61 


- 


4 


23 


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4 


9 


6 


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1 


16 


23 


7 


« 


2 




_ 


12 


62 


- 


- 


29 


2 


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3 


4 


1 


1 


47 


2 


4 


- 




_ 


2 


1 


63 


- 


- 


26 


1 


- 


2 


7 


- 


_ 


23 


1 


2 


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_ 


_ 






54 


3 


3 


328 


- 


3 


22 


3 


- 


3 


16 


23 


20 


I 


2 


8 


4 


7 


65 


3 


1 


383 


'- 


4 


14 


3 


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1 


16 


19 


16 


I 


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2 


1 


2 


66 


~ 


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15 


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1 


4 


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- 


1 


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57 


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10 


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2 


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_ 


. 




^ _ 


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68 


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1 


33 


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22 


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3 


8 


12 


4 


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12 


69 


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16 


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2 


8 


8 


3 


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6 


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4 


60 


1 


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7 


7 


2 


2 


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1 




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61 


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4 


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62 


19 


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3 


7 


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17 




7 


42 


30 


3 


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1 


2 




63 


17 


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6 


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5 


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14 


32 


14 




7 


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. 


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69 


- 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


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- 


3 




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- 


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_ 


_ 


70 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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- 


- 


2 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


71 


- 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


72 


- 


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7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


> 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


73 


8 


16 


- 





- 


8 


8 


1 


23 


12 


13 


_ 


44 


- 11 


2 


22 


_ 


74 


8 


22 


12 


9 


- 


6 


8 


- 


1 


10 


12 


- 


58 


13 


2 


25 


1 


76 


- 


- 


12 


- 


- 


1 


6 


1 


1 


8 


11 


76 


_ 






20 


4 


76 


1 


1 


13 






7 


4 


" 


' 


4 


1 


82 


~ 


~ 


~ 


8 


2 


77 



32 
TABLE 3. Population — Origins by Cities and Towns of 5,000 and over, Census 1921 — Con. 



Origins — Origines 



1^ 



.5< 



Population Total. 

M.-H. 

• P. 

Brilisk — Briiannique Total. 

M.-H. 
F. 

English— Anglaise M.-H. 

F. 

Irish — Irlandaise M.-H. 

F. 

Scotch— EcDSsaise M.-H. 

F. 

Other- Autres M.-H. 

F. 

French — Frangaiae M.-H. 

F. 

Austrian — Autrichienne M.-H. 

F. 
Belgian— Beige ll.-H. 

Chinese — Chinoise M.-H. 

F. 
Czech — Tchgque (Bohemian & 
Moravian M.-H. 

F. 
Danish — Danoise M.-H. 

F. 
Dutch- HoUandaise M.-H. 

F. 
Finnish — Finlandaise M.-H. 

F. 
German — Allemande M.-H 

F. 
Greek — Grecque — 



Hebrew— H^bralque... 
HungariMi — Hongroise . 
Icelandic — Islandaise. . . 



M.-H 

P, 
M.-H 

F. 
M.-H. 

F. 
M.-H, 

F. 
Indian — Sauvage M.-H, 

Italian^Italienne M.-H 

F, 
Japanese — Jaoonaise M.-H 

F, 
Negro — N^gre M.-H 

F. 
Norwegian — Norv6gienne. .M.-H. 

F 
Polish — Polonaise M.-H 

P 
Roumanian — Roumaine — M.-H. 

F, 
Russian — Russe M.-H 

F, 
Serbo-Croatian — Serbo- 

CroateC) M.-H 

F, 
Swedish — Su^doise. M.-H 

F. 
Swiss — Suisse M.-H 

F. 
Syrian — Syrienne M.-H. 

F. 
Ukranian — Uiranienne. .... ...Total 

Bukovinian — Bukovi- 
nienne M.-H. 

F. 
Galician— Galicienne.-.M.-H. 

69 F- 

70 Ruthenian — .luth^ne...M.-H. 

71 F. 

72 Ukranian — Ukranien- 
M.-H. 

73 F. 

74 Unspeoifled-Non-spdcifi6e.M.-H. 

75 „ . . J. ^■ 

76 Various— Origines diver- 

ses(') M.-H. 

F. 



7,734 

3,907 
3,827 

■794 
4S9 

ses 

300 
260 
83 
73 
46 
32 



3,409 
3,414 

a 



7,703 
3,675 
4,028 

ISl 
66 
66 
36 
34 
19 
27 



7,692 
3,888 
3,764 

6,084 

s.eos 
s,s9e 

1,634 

1,840 

499 

407 

1,114 

1,097 

45 

48 

70 

68 

7 

4 



7,631 
3,886 
3,745 

709 

ses 
su 

211 
188 
7i 
90 
81 
66 
1 

3,366 
3,328 
7 
6 
3 
1 
11 



7,620 
3,657 
3,963 

7,06S 

S,S71 

S,691 

1,604 

1,645 

1,271 

1,502 

■461 

620 

■ 35 

30 

148 

154 

1 



7,562 
3,492 
4,070 

6,SS9 

S,137 

S.701 

1,356 

1,701 

354 

401 

1,414 

l.i 

14 

11 

67 

97 



173 
166 



22 



7,558 
3,936 
3,622 

6,596 

e,86S 

S,7SS 

1,463 

1,382 

479 

491 

878 

824 

63 

36 

332 

327 

70 

24 

21 

14 

80 



14 

■ 11 

56 

51 

2 

5 

120 

102 

13 

1 

58 

51 

16 

11 



40 



7,419 
3,576 
3,843 

S,7tS 

1,755 

l,i 

730 

767 

623 

538 

491 

643 

11 

10 

1,451 

1,666 

1 



22 



1 

173 
175 



7,073 
3.230 
3,843 

5,06S 

■ 2,U6 

S,797 

2,001 

2,511 

109 

136 

144 

147 

2 

3 

771 

860 



(1) See page 2. 



33 



TABLEAU 3. Population- 



-Origines par cites et villes de 5,000 ames et au-dessus, recensement 
de 1921 — suite 



7,016 
3.540 
3,476 

5,4se 

t.711 

S,710 

1,151 

1,179 

900 

920 

652 

602 

9 

9 

676 

570 

1 






C,936 
3,287 
3,619 

e.eos 

s.iir 

s,4ss 

1,676 

1,774 

802 

986 

619 

709 

20 

20 

39 

38 



86 


4? 


71 


44 


2 


_ 


49 


1£ 


88 


24 


5 


7 


;f 


4 


31 


10 


23 


21 



6,;90 
3,309 
3,481 

e.oos 
s.sre 
s.iss 

899 

89S 

1,297 

1,503 

654 

720 

22 

12 

154 

152 

30 

17 



18 
1 



25 
16 
IS 



0,785 
3,329 
3,456 

989 
478 
491 
383 
391 
60 
61 
35 



1 
2,800 
2,! 






6,766 
3,426 
3,349 

B,in 
s, 

e,S69 

1,100 

1,099 

489 

468 

936 

986 

17 

16 

105 

80 

498 

483 

1 

2 

- 19 

1 

3 



as* 
O 



5 
21 
14 

4 
2 



1 
3 
18 
12 
4 



6,738 
3.476 
3,262 

St9 
128 
91 
84 
. 53 
16 
10 
28 
27 



3,283 
3,127 






C,5S5 
3,219 
3,366 

S.87S 

B,846 

S.OSO 

1,712 

1,829 

360 

348 

770 

853 

3 

264 
249 






4 
4 

57 
53 



6,393 
4,094 
2,389 

4,406 

e,7S7 

1,728 

1,259 

869 

412 

262 

1,014 

558 

62 

39 

117 

85 

44 

22 

5 

10 

171 

16 

2 

■ 3 
29 

6 
15 

9 
25 
16 
54 
49 
24 

5 
10 

4 

2 

2 

17 
12 
30 
29 
'102 
51 
108 
67 

6 

17 

241 



4 
2 

44 
U 

27 
10 
125 
60 
11 
3 
13 
13 
12 



go 

H 



5,992 
2,917 
2,985 

4,"- 

S,SOS 

2,S77 

1,343 

1,362 

656 

613 

389 

395 

15 

7 

287 

■ 282 



171 
166 



2 
3 
1 
3 
14 



5, 

2,872 

3,011 

1,74' 
841 
899 
571 
608 
120 
147 
148 
141 
3 
3 
69 
77 
30 
19 



1,728 
1,787 



10 
12 



11 
14 



■ 1 
4 

51 
83 



42 



■3* 
O 



5, 

2,797 

3,085 

5,SS9 

2,518 

2,841 

1,132 

1,249 

704 

745 

674 

831 

8 

16 

35 

41 



21 



5,870 
3,225 
2,645 

1,609 

900 

769 

511 

421 

198 

163 

186 

177 

5 

8 

1,364 

1,297 

31 

22 

4 

13 

21 

2 

14 



1 
1 

17 
20 



76 
59 
207 
128 
376 
156 



lOS 



6,681 
2,932 
2,749 

S,020 

2, BBS 

2,466 

1,387 

1,356 

331 

322 

820 

771 

17 

16 

226 

185 

33 

12 

5 



2; 



6,615 
3,094 
2,611 

'i, 
2,260 

B,ose 

529 

384 

547 

611 

1,170 

1,133 

14 

8 

336 

329 

45 

22 

61 

34 

4 



130 
74 



6,603 
^,951 
2,662 

290 

160 

ISO 

131 

109 

15 

12 

14 



1 

2,693 
2,' 



O 



5,570 
2,732 

2,838 

S,2B2 

1,616 

1, 

669 

698 

363 

310 

672 

716 

22 

13 

995 

1,119 

2 

2 

1 
14 



S3 

c3,0 



5,544 

2,80i 
2,739 

64S 

SIS 

SSO 

115 

119 

122 

146 

73 

64 

3 

1 

,2,391 

2,316 

7 

7 



38 
21 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
62 
53 
64 
55 
56 

57 
58 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



16 

12 



1 
"2 



12 

3 
21 



24 
18 



6 

4 

8 

39 

?1 



17 

17 

1 

4 



14 

7 



4 

4 

45 

32 

15 
3 



66 
67 



70 
71 

72 
73 
74 
75 



1 76 
3|77 



34 



TABLE 3. Population — Origins by Cities and Towns of 5,000 and over, Census 1921 — Con- 
TABLEAU 3 Population — Origines par cites et villes de 5,000 ames et au-dessus, recensement 

de 1921— fin 



Origin a-Origines 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
40 
50 
61 
52 
53 
64 
55 
66 
57 

58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 
68 
69 
• 70 
71 
72 
73 
74 

75 
76 



Population. : Total. 

M.-H. 
F. 

British — Britannique Total. 

M.-H. 
F. 

Engliah— Anglaiae M.-H. 

F. 

Irish— Irlandaise M.-H. 

F. 

Scotch— EcossaisB M.-H. 

F. 

Other— Autres M.-H. 

F. 

French— Frangaise M.-H. 

F 

Austrian — Autrichienne. . . .M.-H, 

F 

Belgian— Beige M.-H 

F 

Chinese — Chinoise M.-H 

F. 
Czech — Tchfique (Bohemian & 

Moravian M.-H 

F 

Danish — Danoise M.-H 

F. 

Dutch — Hollandaise M.-H 

F, 
Finnish — Finlondaise. 



German — ^Allemande 

Greek— Grecque 

Hebrew — H6bralque 

Hungarian— Hongroise. . . 



Italian— Italienne 

Japanese — Japonaise — 



a 



5,491 

2,68S 
2,906 
99 
51 
48 
26 
23 
17 
17 



2,515 
2,838 



.M.-H. 

F 

.M.-H 

F 

.M.-H 

F 

.M.-H. 

F, 

.M.-H. 

F 

Icelandic— Islandaise M.-H 

F. 

Indian— Sauvage M.-H. 

F 

.M.-H, 

F. 

.M.-H. 

F. 

Negro — NSgre M.-H. 

F. 

Norwegian— Norvfigienne. .M.-H. 

F. 

Polish— Polonaise M.-H. 

F. 

Roumanian — Koumaine M.-H. 

F. 

Russian — Russe M.-H. 

F. 
Serbo-Croatian — Serbo- 

CroateC) M.-H. 

F. 

Swedish— SuSdoise M.-H. 

F. 

Swiss— Suisse M.-H. 

F, 

Syrian— Syrienne M.-H. 

F, 

Ukranian — Ukranienne Total. 

Bukovinian— Bukovi- 

nienne M.-H 

F, 

Galician — Galicionne M.-H. 

F. 

Ruthenian— Ruthtae M.-H. 

F, 

M.-H 

F 



Ukranian — Ukranienne. 

Unspecified — Non- 
8p6cifi€e 



. .M.-H 
F. 
Various — Origines dive> 

(1) .-...M.-H 

F. 



S 



5,423 
2,675 

2,748 
S.Oi'' 
1,499 

1, ' 
1,073 
1,077 
184 
215 
233 
251 

g 

5 
106 
95 
54 
65 



10 



792 



116 



5,407 
2,911 

2,496 

3,S07 

1,881 

1,616 

870 

745 

502 

410 

500 

461 

9 

10 

256 

234 

27 

14 

7 

5 



332 

290 

14 

5 



177 



5,327 
2,316 
3,011 

S.ISS 

B,m 
i,9oe 

1,344 

1,663 

539 

759 

329 

478 

4 

6 

15 

36 



5,324 
2,659 
2,665 

1,195 

597 

598 

379 

369 

172 

173 

41 

64 

5 

2 



100 
94 



5,312 
2,674 

2,6.'!3 

4,789 

t,S95 

e,S94 

554 

527 

277 

292 

1,540 

1,554 

24 

21 

81 

89 

1 

66 
43 



5,230 
2,715 
2,515 

4,056 

B,017 

S,0S9 

1,085 

1,111 

300 

324 

604 

575 

28 

29 

103 

96 

24 

16 

5 

4 

165 

5 

5 
12 
-, 7 
9 
7 
13 
3 
3 
48 
43 



58 



16 



6,159 

2,508 
2,651 

9S9 

Ul 

488 

301 

443 

25 

28 

25 

17 



2,041 
2,134 



5,151 
2,691 
2,460 

8,197 

1,697 

1,500 

1,002 

888 

242 

220 

434 

372 

19 

20 

28 

25 

146 

172 

14 

7 

40 



252 
274 



30 
2 
4 
2 
2 



(1) See page 2. 



35 

TABLE 4. Population — Origins in 1921, 1911 and 1901 and proportion per cent which the people 

of each origin form of the total population 
TABLEAU 4. Population — selon les origines en 1921, 1911 et 1901, avec les proportions pour 

cent par rapport k la population totale 



Origins-Origines 





Population 




Num 


ber per cent of 
population 


1921 


1911 


1901 . 


1921 


1911 


1901 


4,869,030 


3,896,986 


3,063,195 


S5-40 


54-08 


57-03 


2,545,496 


1,823,150 


1,260,899 


28 -90 


25 -3C 


23^47 


■ 1,107,817 


1,050,384 


988,721 


12-60 


14- 5g 


18^41 


1,173,824 


997,880 


800, 154 


13-36 


13-85 


14 90 


41,953 


25,571 


13,421 


•48 


-35 


■ -25 


■ S,69e,9SS 


2,978,617 


S, 106,018 


42-06 


4t-ss 


S9-ti 


2,452,782 


2,054,890 


1,649,371 


27-91 


28^52 


30 70 


20,234 


9,593 


2,994 


-23 


•13 


■06 


15,235 


5,875 


354 


■17 


•08 


. ' 01 


, 21,494 


15,497 


. 2,502 


-24 


•22 


■05 


5,740 


3,594 


291 


-06 


•05 


■01 


126,196 


75,681 


16,131 


1-44 


105 


■30 


66,769 


45,411 


10,834 


.-76 


•63 


■20 


53,403 


- 33,365 


6,285 


-61 


•46 


■ 12 


167,359 


107,535 


31,042 


1-90 


1^49 


■58 


12,837 


6,625 


3,865 


•15 


•09 


■07 


754,884 


620,551 


382,349 


8-59 


8^61 


711 


65.731 


43,017 


23,731 


■75 


-60 


■u 


39,587 


27, m 


17,312 


-45 


■39 


■32 


1,016 


2,342 


_ 


-01 


■03 


- 


15,868 


9,021 


4,738 


-18 


■13 


■09 


313 






•01 






8,282 


3,880 


1,081 


■09 


■05 


•03 


665 






-01 






110,596 


105,492 


127,941 


1-26 


1^46 


2^38 


18,291 


16,877 


17,437 


-21 


■23 


•32 


6,593(») 


18,310 


1,454 


-08 


■26 


•03 


21,249 


147,345 


31,539 


-24 


2^04 


. -59 


8,788,483 


7,206,643 


5,371,315 


10000 


100 00 


10000 



British races — Races hritanniques . . . . 

English — Anglaise 

Irish — iriandaise 

Scotch — Ecossaise 

Other — Autres 

European races — Races europdcnnes. . 

French — Frangaiso 

Belgian — Beige 

Bulgarian & Roumanian — Bulgare 
et Roumaine 

Finnish — Finlandaise 

Greek-^Grccque 

Hebrew — Hfebralque 

Italian — Italionne 

Polish — Polonaise 

Scandinavian — Scandinave (')• 

Swiss — Suisse 

Other European — Autres races Eu- 

rop^ennes (}) 

Asiatic — Races asiatiques 

Chinese — Chinoise. 

Hindu — Hindoue 

Japanese — Japonaisc 

Turkish — Turque 

Syrian — Syrienne 

Armenian — Arm6nienno 

Indian — Sauvage 

Negro — Nfegre 

Various — Diverses 

Unspecified — Non-sp6cifi6es 

Totals 



(') Includes: — Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Swedish. 

(') Includes: — Austrian, German, Bukovinian, Dutch, Galician, Hungarian, Russian, Ruthenian, Bohem- 
ian, Moravian, Serbo-Croatian, Lithuanian, Lettish, Ukranian, Laplander. 

(') Includes: — Algerian, Arabian, Argentinian, Brazilian, Chilian, Egyptian, Eskimo, Hawaiin. Haytian, 
Jamaican, Korean, Malayan, Maltese, Maoric, Mexican, Persian, Peruvian, Philippine, Portuguese, 
Spanish. 

(') Comprend: — Danoise, Norvegiennc, Islandaise, Suedoise. 

(') Comprend; — ^Autrichienne, AUemande, Bukovinienne, HoUandaise, Galicienne, Hongroise, Russe, 
Ruthfene, Bohemienne, Moravo, Serbo-Croate, Litliuanienne. Lettone, Ukranienne, Lapone. 

(•) Comprend: — Algjrienno, Arabe, Argentinienno, Brfisilienne, Chilienne, Egyptienne, Esquimau, Ha- 
waiinne, Haitienne, Jamalcaine, Corfeenne, Malaise, Maltaise, Maure, Mexicaine, Persane, P6ru- 
vienne, Philippine, Portugaise, Espagnole. 



SIXli:ME RECENSEMENT DU CANADA 
BULLETIN XL 

PuBLlfi PAR OBDBE DE l'HONORABLE JaMES A. ROBB, MiNISlBE DU COMMERCE. R. H. COATS, StATISTICIBN 

DU Dominion, Bureau Federal de la Statistique, Ottawa. E. S. Macphail, Chep Statisticien, 

SECTION DE LA D&HOGBAPHIB. 

POPULATION PAR ORIGINES, 1921 

Ce Bulletin, qui classifie d'aprSs les origines la population- d6nombr6e dans 
le sixi^me recensement du Canada, est le premier d'une s6rie ayant rapport 
aux groupements de la population selon la race, la nationality, le lieu de naissance, 
et le lieu de naissance des parents. Ce dernier groupement indique le nombre 
de Canadiens r^sidant au Canada depuis au-dela de deux generations. 

Le tableau I donne les origines de la population pour le Canada et pour 
chaque province. Les souches ethniques de moindre importance num6rique, 
qui sOnt groupies dans les tableaux 2 et 3 sous le terme g^n^ral ''Diverses", 
sont donn^es en detail dans ce tableau. Le tableau 2 donne les origines de la 
population par circonscriptions eiectorales, et le tableau 3 donne le m^me 
renseignement pour les cit^s et les villes ayant 5,000 habitants et au-dessus. 

L'augmentation de la population durant les dix ann^es 1911-1921, etait 
de 1,581,840, ou de 21-95 pour cent, comparativement El une augmentation 
de 1,835, 328, ou de 34-17 pour cent durant la decade pr^cedente. De l'aug- 
mentation obtenue au dernier recensement, les unites d'origine anglaise comp- 
taient 722,346, ou 45 - 68 pour cent ; d'origine irlandaise 57,433 ou 3 - 63 pour cent ; 
d'origine 6cossaise 175,944, ou 11-13 pour cent, et d'autres races britanniques 
16,382, ou 1-03 pour cent; l'augmentation des unites d'origine franQaise 
6tait de 397,892, ou de 25-28 pour cent. Les races britanniques forment 
61-45 pour cent de l'augmentation totale de.la population de 1911 k 1921, 
et, avec la population frangaise, presque toute native du Canada, repr^sentent 
1,369,997, ou plus de 86-5 pour cent de l'augmentation totale (1,581,840) 
obtenue durant la decade. 

Les unites d'origine britannique constituaient 55-40 pour cent de la popu- 
lation totale en 1921, contre 54-08 en 1911. En 1921 les Anglais formaient 
28-96 pour cent de la population; les Irlandais 12-60; les Ecossais 13-36; 
les unites d'origine frangaise formaient 27-91 pour cent, et toutes les autres 
races europeennes 8-59 pour cent. Les races asiatiques comptaient moins de 
un pour cent de la population. Plus de 83 pour cent de la population en 1921 
etaient d'origines britannique et frangaise. 

Les unites de races britanniques comptaient 4,869,090 en 1921, contre 
3,896,985 en 1911, et 3,063,189 en 1901, soit un gain de 25 pour cent durant la 
derniere decade, contre 27 pour cent durant la decade precedente. La popu- 
lation d'origine frangaise s'est accrue de 2,054,890, qu'elle etait en 1911, a 
2,452,782 en 1921, ou plus de 19 pour cent. La population d'origine ecossaise 
indique une augmentation de 175,944, ou moins de 17-5 pour cent durant la 
derniere decade, contre 25 pour cent durant la decade pr6cedente. 

Vu les changements survenus dans I'alignement des races et des nationa- 
lites de I'Europe centrale k la suite de la Grande Guerre, les comparaisons 
quant a certaines races ne peuvent 6tre etablies entre les chiffres d'avant guerre 
et ceux du dernier recensement. Par exemple, un bon nombre d'individus qui 
ont ete inscrits dans le recensement de 1921 comme d'origine ukranienne, 
etaient donnes en 1911 comme Galiciens, Bucoviniens, Ruthenes et Russes. 
De plus, un grand nombre qui s'etaient fait inscrire comme Allemands en 
1911, se sont fait classifier comme HoUandais en 1921. Afin done d'eviter 
toute comparaison erronnee quant k cette partie de la population venant de 
I'Europe centrale, ces unites ont ete groupees sous I'en-t^te: — « Autres Euro- 
peens)), avec un total de 754,884 en 1921, contre 620,551 en 1911. Voir les 
notes au tableau 4-) 



SIXTH CENSUS OF CANADA— BULLETIN XII. 



PuBLisiiEu BY Authority op the Honourable James A. Kobb, Minister of Trade and Commerce, 
R. H. Coats, Dominion Statistictan, Domimon Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa; E. S. Macphail, Chief 

Statistician for Population. 

RELIGIONS OF THE PEOPLE, 1921 

This Bulletin classifies the population enumerated in the Sixth Census of Canada, ta'lven as 
of June 1st, 1921, according to the various sects or denominations by which the people designated 
the religious belief which they professed. 

The improvement made in census taking in the last 40 years is strikingly illustrated by 
the fact that in 1881, more than 80,200 persons were given on the Census returns without a 
statement of religious belief; in 1901 this number dropped to 43,222; in 1911 to 30,490 and in 
the last Census to 19,351. Expressed on a percentage basis, in 1881, 2.07 per cent of the total 
population were reported without denominational affiliations, in 1891, 1.85 per cent, in 1901 
about four-fifth of one per cent, in 1911 less than one-half of one per cent, and in 1921 less than 
one-quarter of one per cent were so returned. 

Table I gives for Canada and the provinces the number of persons credited to each of 64 
specified Ilehgions and by totals, for Canada, in footnote, for 57 others. In addition there are 
persons reported as belonging to one or other of 119 other sects each with fewer than 10 persons. 
In 1921, 240 sects or denominations were reported as compared with 203 in 1911 and 157 in 1901. 

Of the total population (8,788,483), 8,572,516 or 97.6 per cent are classified as belonging 
to some Christian denomination or sect; 173,143 or 1.9 per cent as Non-christian; included in 
the latter are 125,190 Jews, 40,727 Oriental religions and 7,226 Pagans, leaving less than one- 
half of one per cent otherwise reported. 

Table 2 gives the details by Federal Electoral Districts, and Table 3 by cities and towns of 
5,000 and over. Table 4 shows the numerical strength of each denomination or .sect in 1921, 
1911 and 1901 together with the ratio per 100,000 of each denomination to the total population. 

The following statement gives the ratio per cent of the principal denominations to the total 
population by Census years 1881-1921. 

Ratio per cent of specified denominations to total population by Census years 



Denominations 



1881 



1891 



1901 



1911 



1921 



Adventists 

Anglicans 

Baptists 

Christians 

Congregationalists . 

Disciples 

Eastern religions'. . 

Evangelicals 

Greek Church 

Jews 

Lutherans 

Mennonites * 

Methodists 

Mormons 

No Religion 

Pagans 

Prest)y terians 

Protestants 

Roman Catholics. . 
Salvation Army . . . . 

All othera 

Unspecified ;.. 



Total population. 



p.c 



0-17 

13-35 

6-86 

0-62 
0-47 



0-60 
106 



17-11 



010 
15-64 

0-15 
41-43 

0-37 
2-07 



p.c. 



0-13 

13-37 

6-29 

0-59. 

0-26 

0-19 



0-13 
1-32 

17-54 



0-56 
15-63 
0-25 
41-21 
0-29 
0-59 
1-85 



p.c. 



0-15 

12-69 
5-92 
0-13 
0-53 
0-28 
0-29 
0-19 
0-29 
0-31 
1-72 
0-59 

17-07 
0-13 
0-09 
0-28 

15-68 
0-22 

41-51 
0-19 
0-94 

. 0-80 



p.c. 



0-14 
14-47 
5-31 
0-23 
0-47 
0-16 
0-39 
0-15 



•23 
-03 
•19 
-62 



!• 
1- 
3- 
0- 

14-98 
0-22 
0.36 
0-16 

15-48 
0-42 

39-31 
0-26 
0-95 
0-45 



0-16 
'1602 
4-80 
0-14 
0-35 
0-11 
0-46 
0-16 
1-93 
1-42 
3-28 
0-67 
13-18 
0-22 
0-25 
0-08 
'16-03 
0-41 
38-50 
0-28 
1-32 
0-22 



4,324.810 



4,833,239 



5,371,315 



7,206,643 



8,788,483 



(') Eastern Religions include Confucians, Buddhists, Mohammedans, Shintos, Sikhs, Hindus. 
(') Included with Baptists in 1891. 

56468—1 



TABLE 1. Population — Religions by provinces, Census 1921 



No. 



Religions 



Fopulation 



Total. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
■40- 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Adventists 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists 

Believers 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

Catholic Apostolic 

Christadelphians 

Christian Alliance 

Christian Church 

Christian Reform 

Christians 

Christian Science 

Church of Christ 

Church of God (New Danker). 

Confucians 

Congregationalists 

Deist. 



Disciples of Christ 

Doukhobors 

Dutch Reform — 

Evangelical Association 

Free Thinkers 

Friends 

Gospel People 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement 

Ihternational Bible Students Association . 

Independents 

Jews . 



Labor Church. 

Lutherans ■ • • 

Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) . 

Methodists 

Mission 

Mohammedans 

Moravians 

Mormons 

New Thought 

Non-Conformists 

Non-Sectarian 

No Religion 

Pagans 

Pentecostal 

Peoples Church '. 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterians ; 

Protestants 

Reformed Church 

Roman Catholics 

Salvation Army 

Sikhs and Hindus 

Shintos. 



Spiritualists 

Swedenborgian (New Church). 

Thoosophists 

Undenominationalists 

Union Church 

Unitarian 

United Brethren in Christ. ...... 

Universalists 

Various sects* 

Not Given 



Canada 



Alberta 



8,788,483 



14,215 
694 
407,959 
848 
1,041 
421,730 
313 
11,626 
11,288 
. 271 
1,810 
283 
4,223 
353 
12,559 
13,826 
3,740 
1,781 
27,319 
30,574 
477 
9,371 
12,658 
979 
13,908 
1,126 
3,149 
2,449 
169,822 
3,333 
6,678 
342 
125,190 
830 
287,484 
58,797 
,158,744 
1,763 
478 
741 
19,656 
258 
616 
907 
21,738 
7,226 
7,003 
108 
6,482 
,408,812 
36,350 
1,343 
1,383,663 
24,763 
849 
427 
1,558 
1,143 
366 
577 
8,728 
4,925 
3,328 
1,094 
2,540 
19,351 



588,454 

3,533 

111 

98,395 

24 

269 

27,829 

21 

1,103 

393 

5 



1,438 

242 

2,298 

1,932 

777 

595 

2,266 

3,228 

10 

197 

306 

680 

1,626 

197 

309 

65 

35,815 

160 

627 

18 

3,186 

38 

60,573 

3,125 

89,070 

454 

63 

648 

11,373 

4 

82 

182 

5, 

479 

1,048 

9 

426 

120,868 

3,252 

781 

97, 178 

1,773 

10 



British 
Columbia 



210 
43 
28 
47 

579 

570 

1,012 

76 

460 
1,155' 



Manitoba 



524,58% 

1,347 

273 

160,978 

238 

388 

20,158 

17 

1,180 

10,559 

61 

342 

226 

940 
3,711 
186 
70 
19,663 
2,513 
■ 7 
99 
5,074 
39 
76 
388 
281 
52 
2,612 
60 
.1,213 
19 
1,654 
1 
17,659 
172 
64,810 
116 
82 
22 
600 
232 
217 
229 
7,149 
610 
246 
2 
1,067 
123,022 
3,389 
. 27 
63,980 
2, 
819 
417 
319 
36 
135 
54 
50 
544 
74 
30 
299 
1,663 



610,118 

578 

52 

121,309 

296 

113 

13,662 

11 

626 
19 
16 

105 



371 

45 

281 

1,361 

625 

66 

691 

2,395 

2 

302 

84 

110 

220 

79 

109 

54 

56,670 

162 

756 

79 

16, 593 

764 

39,472 

21,295 

71,200 

120 

31 



331 

109 

79 

1,491 

599 

1,228 

87 

613 

138,201 

2,697 

HI 

105,394 

2,027 

3 

128 
75 
16 

172 

3,348 

1,541 

43 

21 

363 

730 



Totals for Canada include personnel of Royal Canadian Navy. .,,,,. t r^u -^ ti ti «»i,».i,~„i in 

•VarSus sects comprise 25 Armenian, 25 Assembly, 12 Bahais, 17 Big ChMch, 17 Body otChrist, 71 Brotherhood, 10 

Brother of Man, 95 Carmelite, 19 Children of God, 27 Church Community, 95 Churph of First Born, 16 Christ s Church of 

cSna 76 CommunWT45 Daniel's Band, 34 Dissenters, 12 Esoteric Law, 11 Fu-st Christ Church, 138 Followers of Christ, 

33 Followers of JrauB, 37 Golden Rule, 17 Holy Cross, 68 Holy RoUer, 39 Holy Worker, 23 Interdenominational, 74 Jesus 



TABLEAU 1. Population— Religions par provinces, recensementde 1921 



New 
Brunswick 



387,876 

956 

1 

47,020 

4 

23 

86,254 

270 



25 

51 

596 
152 
206 

57 

559 

1 

911 



56 
4 
7 

10 
116 

28 



1,213 

378 

4 

34,872 

10 

7 



228 

68 

218 

110 

41,211 

423 

7 

170,319 

736 



2 
2 

14 

46 

1 

94 

41 

453 



Nova 
Scotia 



523,837 

1,240 

20 

85,604 

5 

7 

86,833 

192 

■ 7 



83 

1,003 

224 

117 

87 

78 

2,372 

1 

746 

4 

33 

28 

27 

3 

950 

74 

460 

1,974 

8,077 

'2 

59,063 

40 

40 

46 

1 

18 

555 

7 
76 

121 

109,860 

165 

160,802 
2,071 



5 
89 
19 

114 
42 

418 



Ontario 



2,933,6C2 

1,998 
65 
648,883 
137 
. 132 
148,634 
178 
6,442 
114 
150 
1,151 
279 
1,266 
1 
4,754 
5,032 
1,036 
613 
2,113 
12,218 
448 
6,460 
17 
15 
10,311 
180 
1,987 
2,140 
20,, WO 
2,233 
2,655 
171 
47,458 
6 
66.863 
13,645 
685,406 
490 
77 
29 
5,789 
15 
125 
194 
3,231 
2,635 
2,713 
5 
3,370 
613,429 
4,312 
33 
575,266 
13,746 
3 
3 
763 
727 
168 
209 
1,817 
1,082 
1,872 
317 
844 
4,698 



Prince 

Edward 

Island 



88,615 

14 
1 

5,057 

1 

5,316 



123 

475 

3 

24 

12 



426 

. 1 

29 
. 5 

16 

18 



3 
11,408 



.6 
13 
75 

1 
25 

5 

25,945 
35 

39,312 
108 



Quebec 



17 

1 
24 

85' 



2,361,199 

1,656 

27 

121,932 

10 

40 

9,256 

651 
87 
13 
21 

21 

182 

427 

24 

12 

1,314 

4,715 

8 

7 

1 

4 

96 

111 

17 

5,961 

236 

53 

47,759 

2,209 

6 

41,884 

10 

31 

59 

■ 29 

3; 

, 979 

286 

374 

337 

73,445 

18,620 

9 

2,019,518 

658 

11 

99 

6 

14 

1 

38 

676 

6 

378 

150 

6,690 



Saskatche- 
wan 



757,510 

2,893 

44 

116,224 

135 

68 

23,696 

86 

1,159 

97 

26 

71 

4 

644 

65 

2,030 

925 

745 

327 

1,128 

2,555 

223 

7,176 

127 

1,489 

126 

411 

90 

47,171 

380 

800 

55 

5,328 

21 

91,988 

20,544 

100,851 

533 

144 

42 

1,440 

7 

47 

149 

2,610 

1,556 

1,075 



438 

162,165 

3,250 

374 

147, 292 

1,552 

3 

1 

26 

236 

5 

80 

2,891 

337 

301 

63 

315 

876 



Yukon 



4,157 

1,582 
85 
12 

59 



North 

West 

Territories 



13 



254 
117 



295 



579 
207 

699 



2 
225' 



;,!I8> 



648 



10 



36 
985 



45 



No. 



3,849 



20 



2.357 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

n 

12 

13 

14 

15 

Ifi 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 



M%i\Lo!>'lS?'''!nS^!Si, p"h ■ *^H*'jk'?.''"''°''; '^ H^r £' '^"''\?^ Materialist, G4 Messiah, 16 Metropolitan. 27 Nationalist. 
i?jo rf^oo ' ju ^ Charch, 24 Proyestory, 66 Rationalu^t, 15 Rosocrucion, 30 Round Church 21 skbbath K<inpr 
Lta sTs^i^ Ch 27 ?^Sisf iV T^l^'Tf P°' ?i ^ri'^'^'i "Serbian Chureh, 76 Shiloite, 50 SocS 25 Solomon ReK 
U Workerall Zion CwS.1 »2 7,V^nuf T^ ^?h ' '^ ^^^'^^I" P?,T*K- '^ Testimony ol Jesus, 33 Truth, 32 Ukranian Catholio 
u workers, ^IZionOhapel, 92 Zionist-Togotherwith364otlI9other sects each of which numbers fewer than 10 adherents 

56468 — 2 



.4 
TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 



Religions 



CANADA 



ALBERTA 



i > 



4 
5 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
■ 20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Total 8 

Adventists 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 1 

•Vpostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists ,. . . : 

Believers 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

Catholic Apostolic, 
Christadelphians. . 
Christian Alliance. 
Christian Church. . 
Christian Reform. 

Christians 

Christian Science. . 
Church of Christ. . 
Church of God (New Dunker) 

Confucians 

Congregationalists 

Deist 

Disciples of Christ 

Doukhobors 

Dutch Reform 

Evangelical Association 

Free Thinkers 

Friends 

Gospel People. 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement 

Internat. Bible Students Ass'n 

Independents 

Jews 

Labour Church 

Lutherans ■.■ 

Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) 

Methodists 

Mission 

Mohammedans 

Moravians 

Mormons 

New Thought 

Non-Conformists 

Non-Sectarians 

No Religion. 

Pagans 

Pentecostal 

Peoples Church 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterians. 

Protestants :..■'. 

Reformed Church 

Roman Catholics 

Salvation Army 

Sikhs and Hindus 

Shintos 

Spiritualists. . .■ • ■ 

Swedenborgian; (New Church) 

Theosophists. 

Undenominationalists 

Uiiion Church .- 

Unitarian 

United Brethren in Christ — 

Universalists 

Various Sects 

66lNot Given ■■ 

(1) See page 2. 



;, 788, 483 
14,215 
594 
,407,959 
848 
1,041 
421,730 
313 
.11,628 
11,288 
271 
1,810 
283 
4,223 
353 
12,559 
13,826 
3,740 
1,781 
27,319 
30,574 
477 
9,371 
12,658 
979 
13,908 
1,128 
3,149 
2,449 
169,822 
3,333 
6,678 
342 
125,190 
830 
287,484 
58,797 
1,158,744 
1,763 
478 
741 
19,656 
258 
616 
907 
21,738 
7,226 
7,003 
108 
6,482 
1,408,812 
36,350 
1,343 
3,383,663 
24, 783 
849 
427 
1,558 
1,143 
366 
577 
8,728 
4,925 
3,328 
1,094 
2,540 
19,351 



l« 



«3 2 
O 



49, 173 

175 

4 

7,831 



,318 

4 

117 



144 

137 

80 

59 

62 

58 

182 

1 

24 

3 

143 
15 
16 

3,187 

16 

85 

5,375 

43 

8,454 

• 16 

5 

7 

296 



42 

422 

1 

68 

28 

9,512 

381 

2 

9,681 

51 



55,356 

744 

45 

7,812 

6 

117 

3,258 



O 



320 
18 



380 

505 

202 

196 

35 

217 

670 

6 

• 30 

53 

11 

168 

33 

39 

9 

. 647 

1 

■ 34 

321 

6,525 

375 

9,477 

38 

11 

9 

533 

1 

12 

373 
165 



GO 

12,804 

479 

13 

7,989 

172 



18 
3 
8 

48 

101 

■ 95 

9 

. 38 

107 



44,995 

231 

10 

11,553 

2 

2 

2,770 

5 

177 

2 

2 



51 



158 
145 
48 
1 
468 
509 



7 

117 

31 

30 

5 

468 

12 

27 

8 

724 

17 

3,223 

664 

6,752 

14 

7 

7 

99 

1 

5 

460 

1 

94 

94 

11,147 

116 

5 

3,847 

252 

3 

67 
10 

2 

17 

16 

75 

222 

9 

59 
143 



O en . 



44,341 

115 

1 

11,846 

2 

1 

2,462 

36 

33 

1 

14 



428 

29 

1 

210 

219 

23 

2 

2 

295 

8 

31 

8 

251 



55 

539 

1,023 

370 

7,658 

17 

10 

115 

15 
2 

185 
2 

137 

55 

12,208 

62 

4 

5,226 

257 

1 
33 

1 
10 

4 
31 

22 
13 
18 
48 






56,548 

36 

1 

8,495 

36 
2,274 

52 
23 



55 

82 
98 
5 
89 
306 
64 



24 
^24 
1 
12 
10,302 
32 
78 

545 

11 

2,490 

8 

7,330 

12 



74,267 

248 

23 

14,098 

59 
2,947 

47 

60 

1 



48 

2 

4 

642 

2 

63 

47 

8,732 

522 

81 

13,425 

260 



32 

2 

7 

1 

27 

1 

1 

28 

119 



J3 



37,899 

121 

2 

5,160 

1 

4 

892 

39 
196 



115 

17 

140 

248 

35 

40 

107 

168 

14 

221 
27 
16 
24 

1,327 

25 

71 

2 

316 

2 

6,739 

101 

8,683 

2 

3 

17 

103 

.16 
45 

401 

1 

54 

23 
14,905 

380 

108 
21,790 

121 



22 
3 
1 

1 

103 

20 

7 

40 
184 



11 

79 

42 

232 

148 

72 

2 

295 

118 

7 
24 
71 
61 

15 

1,189 

33 

141 

1,901 

782 

4,408 

23 

8,247 



283 

10 

161 

22 

6,942 

193 

40 

5,402 

168 

6 

5 

10 



20 

16 

4 

9 

111 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions electorales, recensement de 1921 



ALBERTA-Con. 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 




-3 


§ 


1 


■ o 


.2 




13 


c 


,'s ' 


>} ' 




S' ^ 




8 

1 




Q 


■ ja 

1 


'fcH 

o 
o 


TOTAL 


3 


1 o 

Si 

■c 

C3 


p 


u2 


^1 

8w 


C -us 

o& ; 




S 


s 


tf 


M 


> 




: " 


: O 


,o 


h 


M 


« 




8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 : 


o 
2 


31,00S 


43,179 


49,629 


42,520 


S6,739 


588,454 


69,922 


39,834 


32,009 


28,811 


19,137 


30,502 




135 


475 


722 


311 


220 


3,533 


• 68 


66 


88 


110 


3 


63 


1 


1 


1 


5 


14 


4 


111 


23 


12 


29 


5 


5 


42 


2 


6,564 


: 6,233 


7,990 


6,776 


4,037 


98,395 


21,977 


10,442 


8,654 


7,024 


4,376 


7,321 


3 


— 


1 


2 


1 


9 


24 


91 


— 


:_ 


7 


2 


_ 1 


4 


9 


9 


16 


16 


- 


269 


12 


13 


218 


16 


),20 


6 


5 


-1,095 


2,507 


2,316 


3,164 


1,826 


•27,829 


3,980 


1,137 


609 


1,126 


702 


814 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— ■ 


12 


21 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


28 


107 


95 


61 


24 


1,103 


278 


22 


15 


37 


_ 


16 


8 


9 


9 


33 


- 


1 


393 


914 


143 


1,571 


702 


52 


43 


9 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


5 


18 


2 


_ 


- 


_ 


— '■ 


10 


- 


6 


7 


6 


28 


88 


55 


3 




2 


- 


13 


11 
12 
13 


109 


■ 4 


265 


81 


59 


1,438 


39 


25 


10 


_ 


_ 


3 


183 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


242 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


169 


206 


255 


162 


163 


2,298 


69 


128 


HI 


41 


26 


31 


15 


71 


221 


116 


133 


48 


1,932 


737 


47 


77 


114 


17 


205 


16 


14 


107 


153 


16 


43 


777 


58 


7 


4 


2 


3 


17 


17 


10 


141 


97 


■ , 30 


87 


595 


3 


44 


_ 


_ 


1 


4 


18 


203 


254 


8 


32 


108 


2,266 


492 


1,253 


1,799 


1,230 


549 


546 


i9 


83 


711 


190 


155 


161 


3,228 


437 


98 


118 


87 


64 


55 


20 


_ 


- 


3 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


1 


2 


_ 


„ 


_ 


21 


29 


22 


3 


35 


3 


197 


36 


26 


2 


_ 





1 


22 


223 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


306 


1 


1 


1 


2 


_ 


4,068 


23 


116 


199 


_ 


53 


_ 


680 


_ 


15 


3 


2 


• 12 


2 


24 


2 


546 


49 


72 


122 


1,626 


16 


6 


7 


- 


2 


3 


25 


6 


39 


14 


1 


10 


197 


29 


11 


108 


4 


5 


9 


26 


10 


21 


80 


16 


26 


309 


37 


26 


23 


14 


8 


22 


27 


2 


8 


_ 


8 


13 


65 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


28 


133 


340 


243 


1,256 


.16,486 


35,815 


140 


284 


222 


142 


367 


270 


29 


8 


2 


4 


63 


4 


160 


10 


4 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


30 


27 


107 


9 


136 


34 


627 


184 


35 


10 


55 


42 


33 


31 


3 


_ 




1 


4 


18 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


32 


31 


215 


29 


93 


147 


3,186 


314 


32 


7 


7 


7 


20 


33 


_ 


_■ 




_ 


_ 


38 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


34 


1,697 


7,098 


0, 194 


8,543 


9,165 


60, 573 


■ 1,027 


2,258 


2,164 


1,341 


1,190 


1,444 


35 


220 


105 


133 


3 


261 


3,125 


9 


22 


- 


, - 


1 


69 


36 


4,723 


7,570 


11,819 


0,210 


5,986 


89,070 


9,061 


3,665 


2,468 


4,257 


1,887 


3,260 


37 


1 


2 


8 


33 


288 


454 


5 


_ 


_ 


2 


- 


4 


38 


- 


26 


1 


2 




63 


3 


2 


1 


39 


9 


- 


39 


- 


- 


- 


164 


426 


648 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 


1,483 


194 


S7 


124 


44 


11,373 


50 


23 


■ 15 


55 


50 


103 


41 


■ - 


- 


- 


3 


_ 


4 


17 


- 


1 


. -• 


. 


-■ 


42 


3 


1 


4 


_ 


19 


■ 82 


32 


9 


16 


13 


11 


9 


43 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


82 


. 182 


35 


4 


- 


23 


_ 


13 


44 


m 


214 


898 


200 


■481 


5,089 


403 


384 


941 


355 


252 


295 


45 


244 


1 


1 


43 


8 


479 


11 


5 


323 


28 


- 


■ - 


46 


31 


24 


231 


126 


57 


1,048' 


51 


2 


4 


1 


- 


- 


47 


9 


— 


— 


- 


— 


9 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


48 


11 


21 


44 


20 


1 


-426 


144 


54 


51 


18 


3 


21 


49 


8,068 


9,427 


12,132 


8,280 


6,711 


120,868 


21,549 


8,143 


7,043 


6,806 


3,899 


6,615 


50 


173 


194 


286 


189 


277 


3,252 


380 


809 


275 


343 


102 


100 


51 


8 


- 


75 


73 


372 


781 


4 


3 


3 


3 


- 


2 


52 


7,362 


4,790 


4,051 


4,867 


8,148 


97, 178 


5,754 


10,246 


4,520 


>4,476 


5,198 


4,832 


53 


50 


100 


137 


148 


57 


1,773 


259 


46 


26 


35 


" 08 


120 


54 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


:- 


10 


128 


■16 


76 


127 


107 


4 


55 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


7 


1 


180 


29 


15 


_■ 


56 


4 


2 


8 


21 


1 


210 


49 


_ 


15 


10 


2 


2 


57 


4 


_ 


3 


_ 


4 


43 


3 


- 


- 


■ - 


- 


5 


58 


2 


5 


3 


- 


- 


28 


29 


9 


2 


3 


2 


- 


59 


2 


- 


13 


- 


- 


47 


18 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


60 


20 


39 


26 


22 


398 


579 


14 


_ 


5 


1 


- 


_ 


81 


4 


14 


18 


68 


84 


570 


91 


22 


22 


49 


18 


8 


62 


16 


34 


30 


495 


46 


1,012 


12 


15 


- 


1 


9 


3 


63 


3 


18 


5 


■ 1 


6 


76 


7 


7 


- 


5 


- 


- 


64 


24 


11 


59 


34 


107 


460 


17 


30 


54 


9 


18 


24 


65 


42 


133 


58 


158 


32 


1,1,55 


115 


176 


116 


52 


23 


62 


66 



6 



TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Religions 



BRITISH COLUMBIA— Con. 






19 



I a 



20 



CO 



21 






22 



a O 
> 



23 



.20 
> 



24 



25 



TOTAL 



Total. 

Adventists 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists., f 

Believers 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

Catholic Apostolic 

Chris tadelphians. .• 

Christian Alliance 

Christian Church 

Christian Reform 

Christians 

Christian Science 

Church of Christ 

Church of God (New Dunker) 

Confucians 

Congregationalists 

Deist 

Disciples of Christ 

Doukhobors 

Dutch Reform 

Evangelical Association 

Free Thinkers •. . 

Friends 

Gospel People 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement 

Int. Bible Students Ass'n 

Independents 

Jews 

Labour Church 

Lutherans 

Mennonites (Inc Hutterites) . . . 

Methodists; 

Missions 

Mohammedans 

Moravians 

Mormons 

New Thought 

Non-Conformists 

Non-Sectarians 

No Religion 

Pagans 

Pentecostal 

Peoples Church 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterians 

Protestants 

Reformed Church 

Roman Catholics , 

Salvation Army 

Sikhs and Hindus 

Shintos 

Spiritualists 

Swendenborgian (New Church 

Theosophists 

Undenominationalists 

Union Church 

Unitarian 

United Brethren, in Christ. . . . 

Uniifcrsniists 

Various Sects 

Not Given 



4S,010 

■ 40 

34 

20,212 



],.305 

276 
383 

83 



43 

433 

23 

1,759 
209 

! 

3 

12 
53 
26 
1 
74 

106 

35 

708 

1 

5,836 

25 

2 

1 

22 

42 

10 

47 

.597 

1 

7 

ISfi 

9,315 

389 

2 

5,2,';3 

• 149 

- 68 

15 

25 

II 

7 

7 

0' 

. S' 

I 

1-! 
7i. 



4S,9$% 

111 
19 

13,722 

34 

54 

2,197 

5 

123 

2,019 

11 

45 

13 

34 

254 

14 

4 

1,842 

202 

4 

7 

2 

1 

14 

17 

27 

4 

111 

119 

10 

34 

1 

1,738 

13 

0,873 

8 

18 

4 

100 

I 

15 
34 

446 
2 

'21 

128 

11,314 

66 

1 

3,471 

239 

113 

132 

27 

10 

11 

4 
43 

1 

20 

74 



28,934 

59 

35 

7,465 

4 
639 

• 3 
2,024 



19 

87 

125 

2 



64 



65 
5 

420 

1 

39 

IS 

2,1.56 

2 

4,578 

16 



39 

8 

7 

1 

815 

239 

42 

4,6V8 

105 

1 

3,748 

343 

23 

7 

1 

1 

2 

5 

24 

2 

1 

13 

144 



60,879 

68 
39 
18,051 
62 
24 
2,106 

39 

2,135 

. 9 

7 

31 

67 

766 

6 

1 

5,548 

448 



7 

20 

1 

419 

152 

938 

1,298 

12 

6,431 

2 

4 

4 

51 

22 

13 

12 

707 

29 

60 

13,749 

350 

1 

6,630 

205 

18 

16 

,59 

4 

23 

4 

71 

1 

4 

46 

93 



46,137 

'103 

2 

.15,660 

36 

4 

2,642 

6 

147 

237 

18 

63 

14 

106 

393 

33 

701 
329 



1 
4 

14 
26 
27 
52 
4 
194 

90 

743 

10 

6,338 

V 35 



32 

15 

45 

38 

380 

2 

45 

1 

178 

13,, 507 

363 

2 

2,913 

226 

95 

67 

19 
14 

3 
43 
14 

2 

20 
72 



38,737 

35 

22 

15,562 

3 

1 

1,182 

6 

186 

43 

1 

58 

9 

42 

428 

10 

2,242 
266 



1 

16 
25 
13 
54 

163 

1 

148 

313 

11 

5,045 

17 



6 

114 

23 

9 

1,126 

1 

19 

195 

7,877 

39 

4 

2,448 

188 

38 

2 

44 

1 

23 



74 
2 

12 
577 



35,698 

533 

6 

10,512 

1 

8 

1,719 

38 

293 

2 

13 

61 

1,55 
115 
7 
13 
853 
136 

7 

996 

1 

3 

50 

22 

51 

40 

81 

1 

4 

1,279 

22 

4,511 

2 

1 

1 

54 

11 

14 

13 

448 

25 

. 28 

8,627 

08 

1 

4,491 

182 

6 

13 

18 

1 

5 

9 

16 

17 

7 

2 

22 
•S3 



524,582 

1,.347 

273 

160,978 

238 

388 

20,158 

17 

1,180 

10,559 

61 

342 

226 

940 

3,711 

186 

70 

19,663 

2,513 

7 

99 

5,074 

39 

76 

388 

281 

52 

2,612 

, 60 

1,213 

19 

1,654 

1 

17,659 

172 

64,810 

116 

82 

22 

600 

232 

217 

229 

'7,149 

610 

246 

2 

1,067 

123,022 

3,. 389 

27 

63,980 

2,086 

819 

417 

319 

36 

1.35 

54 

50 

,544 

74 

30 

299 

1,663 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



MANITOBA 










-d 


-S 






d 


o 









o 

2 


1 


1 


1 
1 


3 

r 


OS 

o 


1 




2 




1 


No. 


n 


« 


J 


s 


s 


% 


^ 


(2 


£ 


1 


o 




26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 




40,183 


35,482 


29,921 


23,S24 


41,254 


28,356 


19,806 


22,254 


29,308 


55,395 


26,410 




28 


36 


51 


1 


50 


62 


48 


3 


10 


67 


7 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


15 


- 2 


9,914 


4,038 


2,560 


3,321 


7,141 


5,438 


5,021 


4,422 


1,395 


11,821 


5,987 


3 


29 


— 


19 


28 


— 


— 


— 


8 


_ 


84 




4 


- 


30 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


5 


1 


1 




_ 


5 


1,167 


609 


431 


343 


864 


602 


385 


518 


592 


926 


868 


6 


- 


2 


1 


- 


_ 


3 


2 










7 


73 


4 


56 


60 


' 42 


38 


21 


10 


1 


50 


39 


8 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


- 


3 


- 








9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


1 


- 


24 




- 


6 


- 


- 


1 


11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


12 


- 


- 


_ 


20 


1 


23 


- 


194 


9 


_ 


__ 


13 


— 


— 


— 


' — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


4 


_ 


14 


12 


47 


27 


29 


2 


16 


20 


5 


49 


8 


16 


15 


98 


24 


9 


9 


19 


36 


5 


59 


4 


41 


8 


16 


19 


19 


28 


40 


11 


79 


13 


92 


15 


135 




17 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


_ 




30 


— 


18 


32 


IS 


13 


■ 18 


21 


19 


16 


11 


6 


16 


24 


19 


136 


24 


39 


14 


46 


28 


21 


28 


20 


76 


43 


20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


21 


- 


11 


- 


■ 96 


2 


5 


38 


27 


9 


4 


2 


22 


10 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


- 


1 






23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


S 


_ 


24 


• 1 


4 


11 


9 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


86 


13 


3 


25 


7 


3 


1 


- 


10 


8 


2 


1 


7 


12 




'26 


7 


2 


2 


1 


5 


7 


- 


- 


4 


8 


38 


'27 


6 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


27 


_ 


_ 




28 


1,651 


10,969 


63 


223 


6,776 


1,760 


1,291 


1,199 


5,896 


8,457 


84 


29 


1 


16 


43 


11 


- 


- 


8 


3 


1 


2 


37 


30 


72 


78 


13 


10 


53 


24 


32 


52 


19 


33 


5 


'31 


7 


27 


- 


_ 


11 


_ 


_ 




4 






'32 


259 


174 


158 


3 


108 


22 


50 


103 


104 


733 


6 


33 


60 


1 


— 


— 


— 


1 


_ 


6 


_ 


11 




'34 


640 


1,217 


1,867 


1,018 


2,157 


1,997 


682 


703 


3,614 


10,120 


822 


.35 


9 


32 


14,277 


37 


13 


1 


68 


713 


4,117 


33 


1 


36 


7,020 


3,803 


3,426 


4,737 


5,248 


5,264 


4,950 


3,336 


1,040 


3,210 


6,864 


37 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


38 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


6 




'39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


"40. 


30 


23 


23 


52 


6 


11 


6 


10 


2 


13 


17 


41 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


■ - 


- 


' - 


- 


_ 


•:42 


2 


6 


- 


- 


9 


- 


- 


_ 


11 


10 


2 


■43 


— 


— 


— 


- 


24 


— 


1 


_ 


_ 


12 


•- 4 


'44' 


48 


154 


18 


19 


106 


.16 


41 


63 


100 


90 


■ . ■• 18 


45 


36 


41 


- 


38 


83 


- 


1 


117 


78 


27 




46 


43 


37 


1 


33 


21 


10 


- 


21 


1 


108 


72 


'47 


87 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 






48 


58 


10 


15 


6 


39 


15 


37 


30 


3 


65 


17 


49 


13,190 


5,935 


4,846 


6,480 


12,995 


9,406 


2,946 


5,180 


2,497 


8,021 


9,353 


50 


33 


120 


21 


87 


46 


185 


99 


475 


268 


174 


11 


'51 


- 


6 


2 


1 


3 


5 


- 


8 


5 


6 


13 


52 


3,371 


7,519 


1,742 


6,951 


3,924 


3,124 


3,733 


4,653 


8,750 


10,064 


1,959 


53 


339 


93 


"" , 


20 


8 


93 


59 


99 


6 


161 


4 


54 


- 


- 




- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


55 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


— 


_ 


_ 


56 


3 


7 


- 


1 


- 


-, 


8 


1 


_ 


' 16 


_ 


57 


7 


40 


- 


-^ 


8 


- 


- 


- 


15 




2 


58 


- 


- 


- 


-' 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


59 


11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


. 13 


9 


_ 


5 


60 


1,500 


213 


89 


61 


834 


36 


36 


13 


497 


15 


35 


61 


8 


21 


6 


2 


461 


13 


■ 21 


12 


22 


638 


4 


62 


1 


- 


1 


7 


— 


- 


2 


- 


10 


10 




63 


— ■ 


5 


— 


— 


5 


— 


— 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


64 


4 


12 


54 


15 


24 


_ 


22 


1 


17 


9 


8 


65 


129 


25 


6 


22 


46 


6 


V 44 


30 


5 


47 


12 


66 



56468—3 



8 
TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Religions 



MANITOBA— Con. 






37 



.SO 



38 



.Siz; 



39 



TOTAL 



40 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



J3 

Q 



41 



O 



42 



M 



43 



Total 

Adventists , — 

Agnostics , . . . . 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists '■ — 

Baptists 

Believers ■ • 

Brethren ■ ■ ■ 

Buddhists 

10 Catholic Apostolic; j 

11 Christadelphians. .'. .' 

12 Christian Alliance 

13 Christian Church 

14 Christian Reform . ; 

15 Christians ; 

16 Christian Science 

17 Church of Christ .;.... 

18 Church of, God (New Dunker) 

19 Confucians ., 

20 Congregationalists 

21 Deist :. ■. .; 

22 r)isciples of Christ .' 

23 Doukhobors .; 

24 Dutch Reform i .; . . . 

25 Evangelical Association 

26 Free Thinkers 

27 Friends 

28 Gpspel People 

29 Glreek Church 

SQ Holiness Movement 

31 Iiiternat. Bible Students Ass'n 

32 Independents 

33 Jews 

34 Labor Church 

35 Lutherans 

36 Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) . . . 

37 Methodists 

38 Mission. ;. ....... 

39 Mohammedans 

40 Moravians 

' 41 Mormons \. .. 

42 New Thought 

43 Non-Conformists 

44 Non-Sectarian 

45 No Religion 

46 Pagans 

47 Pentecostail 

48 Peoples Church 

49 Plymouth Brethren '. 

50 Presbyterians 

51 Protestants '. . . 

52 Reformed Church 

53 Roman Catholics 

54 Salvation Army 

55 Sikhs and Hindus 

56 Shintos...: 

57 Spiritualists 

58 Swedenborgian (New Church) . 

59 Theosophists 

60 Undenominationalists — 

61 Union Church -. 

62 Unitarian. 

63 United Brethren in Christ 

64 Universalists 

65 Various Sects . . 

6 Not Given i 



58,870 

■ 39 
'■ 13 
7,700 

■ 64 
: 5 

■ 749 

31 
1 

■ 24 

28 
31 
13 
25 

; 8 

■ 7 
10 



8,581 

1 

, 31 

9 

■ 426 

I 83 

4,254 

1,870 

2,541 

43 



16 

4 

i 

93 

178 
154 

56 

8,067 

151 

7 

23,095 

108 



76,470 

' 82 

3 

24,239 

■ 27 

' 21 

2,401 

' 2 

140 

8 

6 

. 20 

i ~ 

, 71 

19 
301 

! 1 

333 

; 640 

' 1 

42 



53 

.10 

15 

6 

941 
36 

147 



1,124 
■ 234 
4,387 
42 
8,661 
31 



65 

• 45 

36 

413 

414 

162 

22,046 

336 

1 

7,742 

■ 681 

; 1 

. 22 

2 

1 

40 



157 



57 
112 



63,957 

79 

12 

9,702 

32 

, 35 

1,225 

39 
1 

10 

7 



10 

11 

165 

32 

50 
143 



1 35 
12 
12 

: 7 

' 13 
8,297 

78 

13 

12,4.53 

' 175 

4,962 

41 

3,357 

■ 34 



36 



1 

117 

140 

19 

9,720 

149 

' 54 

11,240 

177 



55 



59,628 

' 15 

2 

18,610 

4 

'■ 14 

1,972 

1 

21 

2 



22 

19 

7 

558 

, 61 

■ 107 
1,041 

' 61 

1 

6 
, 6 
: 13 
2 
; 482 
, 3 
109 

■ 870 
193 

1,0.32 

41 

7,743 

' 5 

1 

21 

' 12 

195 

173 

. 81 
17,519 
■ 542 

7,527 
176 



. 1 

12 

59 

1 

117 

4 

15 

143 



610,118 

578 

52 

121,309 

: 295 

■ 113 
13,652 

' 11 

625 

19 

, 16 

; 105 

371 
' 45 

281 
1,361 
, 625 

■ 65 
691 

2,395 

2 

302 

■ 84 
! 110 
, 220 

79 

. 109 

54 

56,670 

162 

■ 756 
; 79 

16,593 

. 764 

39,472 

21,295 

71,200 

120 

31 

: 331 

■ 109 

79 

1,491 

' 599 

1,228 

: 87 

613 

138,201 

2,697 

111 

105,394 

2,027 

"3 

128 

75 

' 16 

' 172 

3,348 

1,541 

43 

21 

1363 

730 



31,435 



3,732 

2 
7,531 

. 62 



24 

200 

3 

187 

2 
244 

602 



1 

20 

' 15 

3,127 



31 



2,999 
4 

2,431 
28 



38,684 



906 



33,916 

2 

1 

957 



477 



34 
5 



22 



647 



•16 

1,290 

1 

1 

35,717 



27 



1 

572 
9 



15 



2,353 



19,470 
1 



10 



9 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



NEW BRUNSWICK— Con. . 


NOVA SCOTIA 






'O c3 


' 


I 






1 1 




a 


C 










q 


9 "S 


.2 1 




■ See 


TOTAL 


i 2 
5 o 


s 

s « 


3 T) 

S § 


1/3 




2; 


Ph S 


« 


02 


;> 


^ 


■ i^ 




< O 


O > 


O P^ 


o 




44 


45 


46 ■ 


47 


48 


49 


50 


51 


52 


53 


54 


o 

2; 


33,985 


42,97! 


32,078 


69,093 


33,900 


53,387 


38,421 


387,876 


27,098 


31,325 


76,362 


25,196 




1 


2 


65 


77 


230 


77 


1 413 


966 


1 


65 


2 


7 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


_ 




1 


1 


._ 


1 


I 


2 


3,055 


1,574 


■■ 7,737 


: 14,865 


. 4,227 


3,135 


6,832 


47,020 


3,363 


3,449 


7,747 


2,634 


3 


- 


— 


4 


— 


— 


- 


— 


4 


— 


— 


- ' _ 


_' 


4 


- 


- 


6 


13 


_ 


1 


- 


23 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


2,045 


865 


12,856 


18,039 


15,668 


^14,138 


14,603 


86,264 


3,V41 


923 


1,885 


4,585 


6 


" , - 


3 


15 


173 


- 


1 7 


2 


270 


_ 


. 21 


11 


1 


V 

8 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


^ 


- 


- 


_ 


9 


- 


- 


, - 


- 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


■ „ 


■ _ 


_ 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


7 


7 


- 


11 


, 


25 




■ - 


3 


■ - 


11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12 


'■ 


J 


10 


7 


; 2 


■ 7 


1 


51- 


. . _ 


„ 


_ 


5 


13 


- _ 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


• — 




_ 


-_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


1 


' 


45 


253 


36 


19 


8 


596 


... .2 


1 


12 


29 


15 


' 


4 


17 


92 


4 


29 


3 


152 


- 


•■■ 2 


4 


44 


16 


- 


- 


■ 


14 


- 


- 


- 


• 206 


. . - _ 






8 


17 


— 


: — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


■ . - 


_ 


_ 


— 


„ 


18 


9 


18 


- 


12 


-' 


13 


3 


'67 


_ 


/ 3 


15 


3 


19 


4 


2 


21 


, 24 


11 


16 


234 


559 


5 


' .3 


8 


144 


20 


- 


— 


— 




— 


1 


— 


■ 1 


_ 


_ 




_ 


21 


- 


- 


! 10 


; 36 


I 


12 


251 


911 


- 


_ 


2 


_ 


22 


- 


~ 


i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• - 


- 


- 


- 


23 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-■ 


— 


_ 


24 


- 


' 


2 


- 


15 


IS 


; 26 


66 


- 


_ 


16 


— 


25 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4 


_ 


1 


8 


1 


26 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


2 


- 


7 


_ 


_ 




•_ 


27 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


■■ - 


10 


16 


_ 


3 


„ 


_ 


28 


3 


11 


7 


52 


14 


■ 20 


4 


116 


4 


56 


617 


5 


29 


- 


- 


3 


- 


12 


13 


- 


28 


_ 








30 


- 


i^ 


10 


50 


11 


15 


11 


98 


_ 


18 


140 


31 


31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


■ - 


— 


_ 


_- 


_ 


32 


51 


45 


6 


863 


60 


84 


62 


1,213 


4 


29 


928 


8 


33 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


. 19 


2 


26 


39 


235 


19 


21 


378 


• 9 


8 


50 


7 


35 


— 


— 


1 


1 


1 


I 


— 


4 


„ 








36 


-1,860 


367 


3,980 


8,831 


2,933 


6,886 


5,670 


34,872 


1,982 


2,251 


4,281 


2,409 


37 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ - 


■ _■■ 


_ 


_ 


4 


38 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


10 


•2 





_ 


14 


39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


— 


■ - — 


■ — 


— 


- 


_■ 


40 


- 


- 


~y 


- 


1 


2 


1 


• 7 




4 


- 


2 


41 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


42 


*" 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 


_ 


_ 


43 


— 


— 


— 


8 


- 


_ 


— 


8 


- — ■ 


1 


1 


_ 


44 


- 


23 


32 


33 


16 


. 33 


37 


228 


3 


6 


29 


14 


45 


— 


- 


— 


_ 


— 


2 


66 


68 


- 


_ 


1 


1 


46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


181 


6 


.31 


218 


- 








47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- . 


— 


- 


_ 


— ■ 


— 


_ 


_ 


48 


— 


- 


— 


36 


— 


8 


50 


110 


_ 


62 


_ 


2 


49 


8,534 


3,753 


3,628 


6,229 


3,219 


4,103 


5,103 


41,211 


2,460 


9,801 


18,335 


14,084 


50 


4 


27 


25 


46 


69 


23 


227 


423 


3 


2 


43 


3 


51 


2 


— 


4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7 


_ 








52 


18,324 


36,182 


3,466 


18,885 


6,882 


24,470 


■ 4,492 


170,319 


15,494 


14,396 


41,496 


.1,073 


53 


9 


85 


43 


197 


78 


147 


148 


736 


2 


213 


- 646 


52 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— ■ 


. — 


— 


_ 


56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. - 


2 


- 


■ - 


- 


_ 


67 


- 


- 


-• 


2 


,- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


■ - 


- 


13 


58 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


• — 


— 


— 


— 


— . 


. . _ 


_. 


59 


- 


- 


' 7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


14 


- 


• _ 


_ 


_ 


60 


— 


— 


( — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


■2 


„ 


1 


61 


1 


1 


4 


5 


- 


12 


4 


46 


1 


3 


9 


4 


62 


— 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


_ 


4 




63 


- 


4 


2 


1 


- 


1 


64 


94 


2 


. . _ 


1 


_ 


64 


— 


— 


15 


— 


— 


1 


12 


41 


_ 


_ 


1 




65 


63 


9 


12 


196 


■ 5 


60 


30 


453 


12 


■ 4 


66 


10 


56 



56468— 3J 



10 



TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Religions 



NOVA SCOTIA— Con. 



3 

o 



55 



tti^ el 



56 



Woo 



57 



a 

a 

W 



58 



59 






60 



Total 

Adventists 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists 

Believers 

Brethren 

Buddhists '. 

Catholic Apostolic 

Christadelphians 

Christian Alliance 

Christian Church 

Christian Reform 

Christians 

Christian Science 

Church of Christ 

Church of God (New Dunker) . . . 

Confucians 

Congregationalists 

Deist 

Disciples of Christ 

Doukhobors 

Dutch Reform 

Evangelical Association 

Free Thinkers 

friends 

Gospel People 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement 

Internat. Bible Students Ass'n. . . 

Independents 

Jews ^' 

Labor Church 

Lutherans 

Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) 

Methodists 

Mission 

Mohammedans 

Moravians 

Mormons 

New Thought 

Non-Conformists 

Non-Sectarian 

No Religion 

Pagans 

Pentecostal 

Peoples Church 

49 Plymouth Brethren 

50 Presbyterians 

51 Protestants 

52 Reformed Church 

53 Ronjan Catholics 

54 Salvation Army 

65 Sikhs and Hindus 

56 Shintos 

57 Spiritualists 

58 Sweedenborgian (New Church). 

59 Theosophists — 

60 Undenominationalists 

61 Union Church 

62 Unitarian 

63 United Brethren in.Christ 

64 Universalists. 

66 Various Sects 

66 Not Given 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



41,191 

30 
1 

4,967 
5 
1 

9,590 

95 
1 



12 

1 

35 

3 

20 

36 

34 

11,153 



21 



12 
213 

. 63 

28 

7,683 

23 



250 



28.965 

195 

4,510 

1 
15,215 



10 

434 
11 



160 



2 

4 

38 

16 

166 

4,461 

1 



691 



2,952 
31 



97,228 

215 

3 

31,166 



8,915 

25 
6 

3 

11 

119 

104 

32 

6 

42 

41 

23 

4 

5 

4 

154 

44 

593 

407 
1 

8,728 



1 
2 
36 
1 
2 

6 

13,464 

34 

32,340 

427 



33 

93 

4 

126 



19,739 

1 

1 

4,425 



3,764 
5 



26 

73 
' 1 
77 

4 
230 

139 



1 
1 

9 
10 

2 

18 

4,075 



5,737 
1 

1,018 
43 



3 

4 

26 



1 

143 

1 
350 



23,723 

204 

5 

3,554 

1 
12,547 

1 



15 



228 



1 
1 

22 

11 
4 

445 



1 

5,901 
3 

16,673 



57 
16 



190 

24 

17 

3 

106 

35 

72 

3,586 



1,295 
30 



1 

3 

6 

33 



11 

TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions glectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 





ONTARIO 


~" 


1 


§3 


■3s 

is 

S-8 


TOTAL 


ii 


u 


■g 




4 


J) 


a 
1 


a 

*n 
to 




s 


m 


t« 




< 


■< 


m 


n 


n 


pq 


O 


« 




62 


63 


64 




65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


• 71 


72 


o 


49,851 


23,435 


31,174 


523,837 


40,618 


33,676 


20,085 


33,292 


20,872 


23,413 


32,673 


15,415 




26 


445 


30 


1.240 


42 


5 


80 


60 


3 


6 


. 16 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


- 


1 


1 


_ 




1 


2 


2 


3,505 


4.716 


783 


85,604 


4,953 


5,421 


4,998 


8,563 


2,723 


2,029 


9,21.9 


3,207 


3 


— 


— 


— 


5 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


— 


_^ 


/ 12 




4 


- 


1 


_ 


7 


3 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


„ 




_ 


5 


1.601 


9,507 


8,664 


86,833 


•616 


1,181 


3,255 


5,200 


1,353 


735 


611 


144 


6 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


1 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


3 


- 


5 


192 


43 


85 


63 


144 


5 


34 


41 


12 


8 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


■ _ 


_ 


9 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_■ 


_ 


'_ 


10 


- 


- 


1 


7 


15 


- 


16 


46 


3 


2 


1 


_ 


11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


■ _ 




_ 


12 


4 


- 


- 


83 


20 


- 


3 


6 


- 


24 


6 


12 


13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


.. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


18 


221 


1 


1,003 


29 


11 


_ 


25 


_ 


10 


9 


38 


15 


8 


3 


6 


224 


22 


■ 26 


18 


38 


13 


1 


37 


14 


16 


- 


- 


- 


117 


46 


11 


2 


6 


8 


3 




6 


17 


- 


- 


- 


87 


■ - 


8 


10 


46 


_ 


_ 


_: 


18 


18 


i 


- 


1 


78 


10 


34 


2 


50 


_ 


3 


• 51 




19 


8 


681 


231 


2,372 


7 


18 


470 


576 


21 


3 


102 


123 


20 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


_ 


434 


_ 


■ _ 


_ 






21 


23 


330 


41 


746 


138 


6 


1 


5 


8 


45 


21 


188 


22 


- 


- ■ 


- 


- 


- 


4 


~. 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


23 


— 


— 


— 


4 


— 


— 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


24 


- 


4 


- 


33 


27 


9 


1 


_ 


249 


593 


1 


_ 


25 


- 


9 


- 


28 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


1 


2 


6 


_ 


26 


1 


1 


- 


27 


- 


1 


9 


2 


_ 


_ 




_ 


27 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


41 


„ 


53 


_ 


_ 


2 


12 


28 


63 


- 


9 


950 


697 


803 


24 


i>09 


_ 


17 


42 




29 


70 


- 


- 


74 


11 


1 






_ 




112 


_ 


30 


21 


6 


2 


460 


6 


102 


4 


59 


49 


2 


15 


18 


31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4 


106 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


77 


32 


188 


1,974 


44 


116 


2 


241 


17 


52 


97 


47 


33 


— 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


4 


141 


14 


8,077 


1,730 


1,518 


43 


165 


148 


1,737 


114 


_ 


35 


-r 


- 


1 


2 


66 


2 


3 


12 


329 


34 




■44 


36 


3,018 


5,295 


1,954 


59,065 


4,502 


5,063 


6,286 


7,957 


6,660 


4,138 


4,871 


5,296 


37 


s 2 


- 


34 


40 


— 


— 


1 


25 


11 


_ 


2 


_ 


38 


1 


1 


- 


40 


1 


- 


- 


13 




- 




_ 


39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


40 


3 


- 


- 


46 


258 


41 


14 


37 


422 


2 


12 


205 


41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


a ~ 


- 


- 


42 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


. 9 


— 


_ 


■ _ 


_ 


_ 


__ 


43 


- 


- 


- 


18 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


44 


3 


164 


5 


555 


402 


192 


8 


44 


7 


4 


'. 15 


22 


45 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


8 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 




46 


3 


- 


6 


76 


- 


- 


25 


11 


123 


' 4 


83 


20 


47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


48 


8 


- 


- 


121 


14 


15 


29 


83 


4 


3 


19 


_ 


49 


24,641 


1,076 


470 


109,860 


7,340 


7,718 


3,284 


5,174 


7,919 


8,101 


6,166 


5,664 


50 


15 


6 


16 


165 


129 


26 


3 


13 


5 


2 


4 


■ 11 


51 


— 


— 


.- 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


52 


7.470 


710 


18,623 


160,802 


18,985 


10,744 


837 


3,737 


490 


6,787 


10,769 


•■ 251 


53 


235 


62 


67 


2,071 


10 


132 


119 


394 


.22 


11 


119 


9 


54 


— 


— 


— 




- 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ ■ 


_ 


_ 


56 


C 


- 


1 


7 


2 


- 


5 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


57 


- 


- 


- 


.18 


- 


- 


14 


4 


9 


- 


_ 


_ 


58 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


59 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


. 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


50 


- 


- 


- 


5 


396 


276 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ ■ 


51 


2 


3 


4 


89 


- 


3 


1 


4 


7 


2 


6 


_ 


52 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1 


- 


8 


1 


211 


_ 


1 


23 


53 


1 


3 


- 


114 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




_ 




- 


54 


1 


11 


2 


42 


1 


- 


4 


27 


3 


1 


24 


22 


35 


16 


8 


15 


418 


38 


53 


4 


39 


49 


24 


65 


2 


36 



12 
TABLE 2. . Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



'A 



Religions 



Total 

1 Adventists. 

2 Agnoatics . . . ." • 

3 Anglicans . '. 

4 Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists. . .^ 

Believers. 

Brethren!/ 

9 Buddhists 

W) Catholic Apostolic 

11 Christadelphians 

12 Christian Alliance '■ 

13 Christian Church ; '. 

14 Christian Reform • 

15 Christians 

16 Christian Science 

17 Church of Christ 

18 Church of God (New Bunker) 

19 Confucians 

20 Congregationalists 

21 Deist 

22 Disciples of Christ 

23 Doufchobors 

24 Dutch Reform 

25 Evangelical Association 

26 Free Thinkers 

27 Friends 

28 Gospel People 

29 Greek Church 

30 Holiness Movement 

31 International Bible Students Ass'n. 

32 Independents 

33 Jews 

34 Labour Church 

35 Lutherans 

36 Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) 

37 Methodists 

38 Mission. 

39 Mohammedans 

40 Moravians 

41 Mormons 

42 New Thought 

43 Non-Conformists 

44 Non-Sectarian '. 

45 No Religion 

46 Pagans ■ 

47 Pentecostal 

48 Peoples Church 

49 Plymouth Brethren 

50 Presbyterians 

51 Protestants 

52 Reformed Church — 

53 Roman Catholics 

■ 54 Salvation Army 

55 Sikhs and Hindus 

56 Shintos 

57 Spiritualists 

58 Swedenborgian (New Church) 

59 Theosophists 

60 Undenominationalists : 

61 Union Church 

62 Unitarians 

63 United Brethren in Christ 

64 Universalists 

65 Various Sects 

66 Not Given 



■ c 



73 



24,388 
111 

2,406 



603 

57 



. 74 



24,629 

36 

4,674 



635 
11 

3 



126 
6 

69 

1,384 
1 

9,843 
1 



10 



6,179 
4 

3,547 
4 



18 

•:. 143 

1 

; 2 
4 

121 

7 

59 

23 

13,753 

10 

14 



19 

4,456 

7 

501 

. 57 



ONTARIO— Con. 






75 



17,306 

I 19 

: 2,380 



3,558 

28 

4 






76 



1 -»s 



77 



351 



14 

70 

27 
2 

4 

9 

21 

102 

8,333 

32 

2 
71 



41 

1 

17 
1,732 

27 

323 
37 



27,678 

14 

5,144 

1 
3,037 

46 

2 
121 

94 

76 
104 

3 
140 

418 

213 
1 
6 

57 

55 

. 83 

.14 

5 

7,794 

9 

126 



3 

17 

5 

21 

7,944 

4 

1,760 
302 



X 3 



;78 



71,150 

45 
2 

14,401 
2 
3 

■3,247 

147 
4 



53 
191 
38 
19 
67 
43 

32 



4 

2 

18 

26 

1,395 

2 

72 

.1,119 

318 

2 

11,236 

1 

5 

262 
2 
2 

173 
11 
21 

39 

9,043 

510 

■ 28,048 
387 



31,425 

\ 4 

^4,857 
,2,667 

; 9 

■ . 1 

■ ■ 3 



27 






17 

58 

9 

34 

110 

12,179 

'■ 70 



14 

2,974 

42 

1 

7,697 

225 



33 

9 

153 

4 

60 



1 
4 
6 
4 

6 

55 



13: 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions ^lectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



ONTARIO-Con. 


1 




;-+a 






, ^ 


i '^ 














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c 

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a 


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1>.Z 


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1 


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w 


w 


W 


w 




80 j 


8i; 


82 


;83 


■84 


:85 


86 


87 


88 


89 


90 


o 


20,390 


38,573 


16,644 


30,667 


38,384 


21,387 


24,899 


49,820 


39,298 


23,072 


34,451 




.9 


■ 11 


2 


21 


1 


41 


2 


60 


13 


10 


: . 24 


i 1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


' ' - 


- 


_ 


_ 






12 


3,482 


2,723 


, 3,846 


4,367 


12,541 


; 3,727 


^6,937 


13,947 


11,453 


4,495 


7,625 


3 


— 


: 7 


— 


j _ 


! 9 


■ — 


- 


— ' 


_ 


„ 


. 4 


'.i 


1 


2 


- 


' - 


- 


- 


i 8 


1 


_ 


_ 




5 


89 


533 


180 


a, 917 


''1,363 


2,587 


. 931 


2,381 


.2,182 


129 


641 


i 6 


~ 


- 


- 


' 1 


t 


- 


; - 


8 


3 


_ 


2 


17 


1 


3 


4 


32 


6 


8 


8 


122 


113 


255 


372 


18 


r^ 


; - 


1 2 


. 


- 


; 1 


: ■ 7 


- 


6 


5 


1 


1 9 


1 


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■ - 


J - 


( _ 


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, 


- 


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_ 


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r- 


I - 


- 


■ ! 8 


3 


' 6 


37 


72 


65 


_ 


1 


.11 


— 


; -■ 


- 


- 


54 


- 


- 


22 


8 


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7 


12 


r 


, _2 


- 


, 24 


■ 


39 


- 


3 


. , 6 


- 




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— 




! "~ 


— 


— 


1 — 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


5 


8 




- 


2 


29 


15 


151 


56 


2 


_ 


45 


■■5 


2 


2 


, 19 


10 


i ~ 


' 43 


139 


83 




13 


16 


- 


; - 


- 


i 18 


- 


6 


: '20 


12 


3 


_ 


2 


17 


1 


■ - 


■- 




- 


-, 


- 


- 


- 


.76 


4 


18 


8] 


6 


1 


• - 


- 


14 


4 


24 


77 




17 


19 


19 


205 


•„ 6 


5 


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■ 335 


76 


314 


229 


4 


12 


20 


- 


J - 


- 


- 


- 


: - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


21 


- 


- 


- 


692 


23 


' 421 


' 46 


38 


13 


1 


9 


22 


- 


'■ - 


- 


. 




1 


i 


3 


- 






23 


- 


- 


- 


2 


. 


; - 


1 - 


- 


~ 


_ 


_ 


24 


3 


■ 1 


- 


24 


677 


! 596 




21 


33 


6 


29 


25 


- 


; - 


- 


■ - 


2 


- 


' 2 


1 


_ 






26 


46 




- 


45 


2 


, 25 


9 


3 


.9 


11 


5 


27 


- 


- 


- 


, 228 


82 


i 


14 


281 


349 






28 


•9 


43 


4 


; 28 


- 


i 12 


41 


952 


212 


, _ 


30 


29 


168 


; - 


74 


' 13 


; 1 




1 - 


- 




126 


131 


30 


25 


■ ' - 


- 


161 


30 


' 29 


13 


35 


17 


2 


68 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 


' - 


_ 


10 


1 


_ 






32 


11 


:i23 


28 


77 


42 


15 


. 53 


1,005 


1,402 


10 


74 


33 


"— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 — 


_ 


_ 


_ 




34 


20 


• 27 


' 23 


72 


3,948 


' 856 


\ 23 


410 


321 


54 


240 


35 


- 


- 


1 


105 


. 136 


170 


13 


3 


1 


2 


9 


36 


10,287 


l',565 


■6,297 


10,179 


i 7,073 


6,814 


■ 7,662 


8,833 


6,472 


9,829 


15,673 


37 


~ 


- 


\ ~ 


, 39 


- 


, 


- 


5 


10 


1 


27 


38 


— 


■ — 




— 


J — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


39 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


6 


■_ 


_ 


_ 


40 


- 


; 1^ 


- 


■ 239 


, 168 


■ 67 


20 


46 


45 


13 


- 


41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


, ■ - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


' 


- 


4 


1 


- 


7 


43 


- 


' - 


- 


- 


8 


2 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


6 


44 


6 


' 9 


3 


• 23 


7 


23 


■ 25 


36 


1 


7 


15 


45 


- 


- 


' — 


- 


- 


270 


- 


2 


_ 


_ 




46 


" 1 


ilOl 


- 


': 236 


.' 22 


15 


15 


10 


_ 


- 


_ 


47 


- 


' - 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


48 


3 


2 


6 


8 


9 


1 


6 


49 


44 


182 


30 


49 


2,618 


9,724 


3,551 


10,515 


9,875 


3,548 


7,503 


10,932 


8,027 


2,589 


4,087 


50 


1 


39 


. 


15 


8 


19 


: 7 


64 


. 48 


.6 


8 


51 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


4 


_ 


; — 


_ 


_ 


_ 




52 


3,434 


23,386 


■2,574 


,1,332 


2,238 


1,402 


1,278 


9,362 


7,582 


5,171 


4,976 


53 


47 


14 


27 


155 


25 


49 


' 10 


301 


264 


56 


232 


54 


- 


- 


i 


- 




' 


. 


- 


2 


- 




55 


— 


- 


; - 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


„ 


56 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


i 1 


3 


71 


52 


_ 


_ 


57 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


"•2 


_ 


_ 


58 


- 


- 


' 


- 


■ 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


59 


- 


- 


I ~ 


- 


- 


3 


- 


13 


2 


- 


10 


BO 


- 


• - 




- 


- 


; 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


61 


4 


12 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4 


30 


20 


■ 4 


6 


62- 


r 


- 


, 


2 


7 


; 110 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




63 


- 


, - 


- 


- 


-' 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


64 


— 


4 


— 


18 


— 


: 29 


: 29 


2 


29 


_ 


] 


55 


12 


i 6 


12 


. 46 


6 


. 16 


23 


44 


41 


25 


52 


36 



14 





TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 


—Con. 






Religions 


ONTARIO— Con. 






4 

tn 




a 
1 


§ 


a 


J4 
3 


^ 


91 


92 


93 


94 


95 


96 


97 




. Total. 


23,540 

3,242 

1 
473 

93 

2 

4 
1 

4 

5 

2 

75 
3 

15 

54 

4 

432 

10 

7,926 

15 

12 

5 
9,574 

4 

1,486 
52 

4 

5 

1 
36 


23,548 

23 

2,658 

191 
23 

"4 

8 

14 

79 

2 

1 

7 

854 

6 

1 

14 

6 

1,208 

213 

8,174 

12 

5 
6 

6 

7,429 

3 

2,524 
54 

2 

4 

3 

11 

3 


52,139 

77 

1 

7,221 

1 

4,606 
60 

15 

45 
63 
7 
2 
29 
58 

241 

7 

2 
144 

90 

69 

91 

7 

16,407 

682 
2 

9 
42 

31 

10,257 

16 

2 

11,285 

401 

8 

31 
16 
6 
50 
23 
36 


24,104 

90 

1 
7,321 

474 
31 

8 

1 

1 
74 

5 
423 

3 

2 
1 
5 

47 
74 
34 

320 

30 

1 

5,159 

5 

8 

10 

22 

3,556 

16 

6,142 
140 

1 
2 

6 
91 


25,801 

35 

6 

4,072 

1 

2,547 

7 

128 

4 

6 

5 

5 

15 

4 
563 

55 

5 

7 
3 
3 

6 
25 

21 

52 

9,282 

12 

304 

7 

5 

132 

7,018 

22 

1,168 
223 

1 

8 
7 

7 
30 


32,888 
8 

6,317 

1 

2,064 

11 

68 

2 

18 
63 

7 

9 
164 

20 

9 

7 

7 

56 

134 

8 

57 

64 

21 

10,821 

228 

~7 
35 
13 

7 

1 

68 

8,693 

5 

3,623 
198 

4 

6 
29 

2 

33 


32,993 


1 




13 





A cnostics 




3 


A nfflicans . . , 


7,825 


4 


Apostolic Brethren 




.•i 


Atheists 


_ 


(, 




1,370 


7 




1 


R 




168 


q 






1(1 




i^ 


11 




_ 


p 


Christian Alliance 


_ 


13 




3 


14 






15 


Christians 


43 


Ifi 




6 


17 






IS 


Church of God (New Dunker) 


6 


19 




8 


?n 


Congregationalists '. 


395 


f\ 


Deist ■ 




n 




_ 


n 




_. 


94 




_ 


?,") 


Evangelical Association. . .' 


_ 


?fi 


Free Thinkers 


_ 


?7 




1 


?8 


Gosnel Peoole J 




?p 


Greek Church...; 


47 


3n 




131 


31 

3' 


International Bible Students Ass'n 

Independents .' 


13 


33 


Jews 


116 


34 






SS 


Lutherans ". . . 


13 


3Pp 






37 


Methodists 


6,809 


3R 






3Q 


Mohaniniedans 


„ 


40 




_ 


41 




_ 


4? 




_ 


43 


Non-Conformists. 


„ 


44 




1 


'1^ 




12 


4fi 






47 




3 


4S 






41 




34 


fin 


Presbyterians 


11,191 


fil 




5 


fi' 


Reformed Church 


1 


fi3 




5,665 


M 




50 


S5 






fiR 


Shintos : 


_ 


57 
fiS 


Spiritualists 


1 


SP 




_ 


fin 


Undenominationalists ; 


_ 


fii 




_ 


fi' 




5 


63 


United Brethren in Christ 




fi4 




1 


fi'i 


Various Sects 


10 


fifi 


Not Given '. 


46 



15 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions electorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



ONTARIO— Con. ' 












M 


s . 


C3 


M. 




■a 








g ^ • 


8 


. a 
o 

§ 




S^ 

■^S. 
■o^; 


O 

m 

s 


a 

m 

■ 'S, 


M 

"o 

•c 

o 


O r> 

3 


2^ 




►-) 


^ < 


J 


iJ 


S 


S 


s 


g 


^ 


O 




98 . 


99 


100 


101 


102- 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


108 


d 


34,909 


18,994 


48,625 


53,838 


27,994 


25,033 


19,439 


58,565 


26,366 


30,512 


15,420 




2 


18 


23 


40 


11 


9 


10 


6 


17 


21 




■1 


2 


- 


2 


1 


-- 


- 


3 




3 


1 


_ 


2 


8,618 


3,431 


14,577 


16,992 


8,150 


3,960 


5,238 


5,711 


3,806 


4,059 


1,521 


3 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


:_ 


4 


7 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 


5 


■_ 


_ 


5 


1,348 


21 


2,446 


4,873 


1,670 


2,390 


1,026 


872 


7,301 


1,073 


731 


6 


— 


' .— 


8 


1 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


1 


J. 




7 


77 


52 


40 


128 


38 


53 


44 


16 


43 


58 


18 


8 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


1 


■- 




1 


9 


— 


- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


10 


- 


2 


14 


37 


53 


7 


35 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ ■ 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


I 




'_ 


_ 


_ 


12 




1 


21 


18 


1 


31 


- 


9 


5 


27 


57 


13 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




14 


3 


- 


22 


168 


21 


26 


114 


2 


15 


178 


29 


15 


5 


1 


56 


257 


20 


8 


8 


8 


27 


23 


3 


16 


- 


- 


109 


8 


1 


29 








B 




17 


- 


1 


12 


_ 


_ 


11 


_ 


_ 


_ 






18 


2 


2 


30 


11 


- 


1 


_ 


15 


2 


7 


1 


19 


20 


4 


239 


389 


63 


16 


20 


32 


52 


503 


5 


20 


— 


— 


-, 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 




21 


- 


- 


740 


44 


21 


166 


53 


_ 


21 


5 


2 


22 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


. 2 


■ 3 


_ 


_ 


24 


1 


- 


426 


5 


13 


9 


1 


7 


. 22 


4 


_ 


25 


2 


4 


5 


4 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 




1 


_ 


26 


2 


11 


- 


9 


9 


102 


4 




2 


49 


12 


27 


- 


- 


44 


32 


- 


3 


4 


_ 


2 


1 




28 


13 


14 


499 


119 


9 




30 


574 


125 


24 


18 


29 


292 


141 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


4 


33 




99 




30 


13 


- 


80 


80 


32 


9 


66 


6 


42 


7 


1 


31 


12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


. ■ _ 


_ 




32 


76 


2 


250 


693 


16 


17 


42 


225 


28 


49 


44 


33 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


43 


102 


271 


115 


46 


16 


139 


1,423 


276 


7 


15 


35 


3 


- 


329 


_ 


5 


13 


6 




12 


5 


. 81 


36 


13,007 


11,320 


12,435 


13,045 


■ 9,647 


7,898 


4,891 


4,038 


10,091 


14,242 


6,384 


37 


_ 


— 


34 


8 


— 


— 


— 


5 


_ 


_ 


5 


38 


- 


- 


6 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 




39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


■- 


— 


_ 


■_ 


_ 


■ _ 


_ 


40 


■ 7 


- 


21 


254 


59 


51 


42 


- 


144 


5 


7 


41 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_- 




42 


- 


- 


7 


2 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


■ _ 


„ 


_ 


43 


1 


- 


1 


2 


_ 


4 


6 


_ 


_ 


10 


1 


44 


15 


3 


44 


33 


22 


• 46 


14 


74 


74 


1 


22 


45 


- 


1 


4 


- 


_ 


38 


- 










46 


155 


- 


62 


32 


U 


12 


74 


9 


38 


_ 


_ 


47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


'5 


, „ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


48 


16 


4 


8 


41 


■ 43 


12 


■ 26 


46 


38 


7 


4 


49 


5,122 


1,477 


8,880 


9,431 


5,857 


8,702 


5,213 


7,599 


2,789 


6,293 


4,497 


50 


33 


2 


58 


64 


11 


4 


52 


4(1 


■ - 57 


14 


8 


51 


~ 


— 


— 


. — 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




52 


5,811 


2,299 


6,467 


6,184 


1,994 


1,255 


1.833 


37,434 


■ 1,030 


3.588 


1,913 


53 


57 


54 


194 


539 


105 


39 


346 


94 


178 


115 


15 


54 


~ 




- 


- 


-- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




55 


~ 


~ 


— 


' - 


— 


~ 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


56 


- 


1 


13 


- 


1 


11 


- 


_ 


I 


_ 


_ 


57 


- 


- 


4 


- 


7 


- 


- 


27 


, 1 - 


„ 


_ 


58 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


- ; 


59 


- 


- 


23 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


60 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


86 


1 


_ 


_ 


61 


14 


- 


5 


■ - 15 


3 


1 


53 


3 


1 


2 


6 


62 


3 


- 


12 


2 


2 


_ 


4 


19 


■ 6 






83 


: 1 


- 


18 


2 


1 


_ 


1 




4 


_ 


_ 


64' 


■57 


8 


15 


17 


4 


7 




_ 


61 


_ 




65 


67 


18 


69 


139 


44 


60 


36 


143 


43 


29 


19 


66 



66468—4 



16 
TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
.18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
'30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
-39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
■60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Keligions 



ONTARIO— Con. 



109 



^10 



II 



111 



C 3 

o o 



112 



a 
■a 



113 






114 



Total 

Adventists 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Bretliren 

Atheists 

Baptists 

Believers 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

Catholic Apostolic 

Christadelphians 

Christian Alliance 

Christian Church 

Christian Reform 

Christians 

Christian Science 

Church of Christ 

Church of God (New Dunker) 

Confucians 

Cong»:«gationalists 

Deist 

Disciples of Christ 

Doukhobors 

Dutch Reform 

Evangelical Association ■ 

Free Thinkers 

Friends 

Gospel People 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement 

International Bible Students Ass'n. 

Independents , 

Jews .' 

Labor Church 

Lutherans 

Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) 

Methodists 

Mission 

Mohammedans 

Moravians 

Mormons 

New Thought 

Non-Conformists. 

Non-Sectarian 

No Religion 

Pagans '. 

Pentecostal 

Peoples Church 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterians 

Protestants 

Reformed Church '. 

Roman Catholics 

Salvation Army 

Sikhs and Hindus 

Shintos • 

Spiritualists 

Swedenborgian (New Church) 

Theosophists. 

Undenominationalists 

Union Church 

Unitarian 

United Brethren in Christ 

Universalists 

Various Sects. 

Not Given 



31, 



13 



074 

222 

,158 
4 
1 

,472 

31 
. 3 

4 

3 

93 

430 

62 

1 

2 

8 

25 

22 

1 

10 

1 

65 

17 

619 

23 

208 

42 
108 
014 



40 
,608 

72 

,383 
196 



91 



93,740 

44 

3 

17,446 

1 
2,251 

186 

3 

21 

5 



250 
3 



528 

2 



5 
3 

581 

121 

13 

3 

2,733 



8,134 

2 
4 



20 



81 

1 

95 

132 
15,335 

128 

1 

43,772 

236 

3 

1 
5 



130 

5 

1 
464 



84,527 

1 

4,765 



2,020 

3 

55 



19 

2 

10 

27 

6 

347 

2 



217 
1 
3 



21 

41 

821 

698 

6,550 

4 



21 



33 

7,737 



838 
171 



48 



22,235 

10 

3,897 

1 
3,904 

27 
32 



67 



4 

1 

170 

10 



39 

1 

,112 



3,242 
21 

1,268 
220 



80,780 

73 

24,419 

4 

4 

4,659 

18 

215 

7 

5 

29 

25 

55 



348 

49 

8 

54 

215 

94 



26 

1 

26 

63 

324 



1,076 

182 

17 

, 16,091 

' 18 

1 
105 

2 

5" 
71 

47 

189 

20,910 

21 

10,278 
586 



27,022 



5,137 
20 

1,056 

4 

249 



21 



39 
16 



7 
33 

105 

3 

138 

55 

1 

29 

520 

■ 1 

6,964 



11 



31 

126 

29 
6,994 



5,210 
9) 



79 
6 

2 

201 



17 

TABLEAU 2. Population— Religions par drconscriptions aectorales, recensement de 1921— suite 











ONTARIO— 


Con. 










— 






o 


o 






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^1 


.1 
t" o 
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1- 


ll 


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PLi 


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CL, 


(S 


£ 


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■« 


« 


« 


m 




116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


122 


123 


124 


125 


126 


6 


32,461 


18,38: 


13,71« 


29, 3« 


43,30C 


26,178 16,806 


23,956 27,061 


43,413 37,122 




_ 


~ 


4 


4£ 


- 


4 


( 


- 


20 7 


1 


5,752 
1 


2,025 


1,826 


6,638 


2 
10,386 


917 


2,763 


2,44' 


1,73£ 


4,184 


6,780 


2 
3 


~" 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1( 


- 


4 


1,184 


385 


63] 

5 
26 


1,561 


3 
1,234 


264 


214 


181 


1,536 


1,201 


1,317 


5 
6 


27 


10 


113 


19 


17 


75 


2 


- 


9C 


16 

447 


7 
8 


2 


- 


- 


- 


• 8 


- 


- 


- 


_ 






9 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ _ 


_ 


_ 


10 


~ 


~ 


- 


5 


3 


- 


- 


- 


5 


1 


4 


11 


*" 


~ 


— 


79 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 






12 


~ 


.- 


21 


10 


8 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8 


13 


9 


1 


55 


30 


74 


: 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


228 


14 

15 


8 


1 


9 


17 


122 


- 


17 


5 


,_ 


23 


9 


16 


** 


~ 


— 


— 


17 


- 


2 


_ 


_ 




3 


17 


2 


8 


- 


6 


- 


- 


39 


_ 


_ 


4 


1 


18 


— 


— 


3 


76 


1 


5 


9 


5 


2 


23 


19 


280 


2 


, 2 


26 


8 


3 


2 


5 


. • . .4 


31 


49 


20 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


.»_ 


_ 






21 


4 


1 


2 


- 


3 


- 


106 


- 


_ 


_ 


10 


22 


~ 


~ 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




23 


• 806 

I 


195 


- 


_ 


9 


2 


11 


494 


345 


- 


20 


24 
25 


2 


- 


- 


3 


- 


2 


_ 


1 


1 


1 


26 


1 


6 


— 


4 


1 


_ 


232 


_ 


1 


I 


] 


27 


24 


1 


- 


34 


3 


'_ 




_■ 






49 


28 


22 


5 


- 


27 


989 


30 


1 


3 


22 


44 


76 


29 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


1 


— 


. 45 


249 


85 


104 


1 


30 


45 


~ 


23 


52 


16 


- 


- 


5 






68 


31 


70 


2f 


3 


142 


152 


74 


8 


48 


31 


193 


154 


32 
33 


4,155 

1,118 

6,525 

8 


2,397 

.217 

5,555 


1 
■ 5,785 


14 

5 

7,694 

22 


6,027 
2 

3,315 
1 


13 
1,131 


1 

1 

11,217 


4,391 

1 

4,304 

92 


1,188 
2,518 


950 
1,967 


101 

15 

8,447 

_ 


34 
35 
36 
37 
38 


** 


*" 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


■ 1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


39 


00 


70 




_ 


17 


13 


• : 


1 


- 


4 


14 


40 
41 


2 


-* 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 






42 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


. - 


4 


, _ 


2 


1 


43 


"~ 


— 


— 


3 


^ 12 


— 


_ 


7 


_ 






44 


22 


9 


- 


7 


140 


9 


1 


4 


29 


5 


8 


45 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


1,341 


_ 


_ 








1 


46 


11 


- 


- 


11 


2 


- 


110 


16 


150 


106 


8 


47 


44 

8,312 

18 


5,330 
4 


\\ 2,871 


23 

5,726 

16 


14 

7,294 
58 


9 

1,720 

9 


1 

1,068 


7 

4,207 

3 


5,705 
3 


15 

5,677 
68 


109 
7,819 
■ 122 


48 
19 
30 
51 


3,572 
180 


2,089 
29 


2,435 
3 


6,553 
415 


11,133 
122 


22,253 


708 
106 


7,447 


13,660 
16 


28,632 
1 


10,695 
326 


)2 
)3 
A 


" 


~ 


- 


- 


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-r 


' 


J 


_ 






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9 


~ 


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- 


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- 


- 


_ 


_ 


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6 


1 


— 


— 


— 


' _ 


_ 


_ . 


J 


_ 




7 


14 


- 


- 


1 


12 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


10' 


8 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




9 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


10 


4 


_ (; 





~ 


- 


- 


- 


563 


- 


_ 


_ 




4 


5e 


1 


2 


- 


3 


27 


7 


- 


5 


_ 


_ 


23 


- 6 


2 


~ 


5 


- 


9 


1 


■ - 


1 


1 


_ 




- 6 


S 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


39 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 64 


14 
33 


- 


- 


16 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


2 


27 


15 65,' 


6 


8 


25 


48 


12' 


22 


16 


•loi 


19 


153 66 . 


,5646 


&-4i e 























:A8 
TABLE 2. Populriron—Rfeligionsby^^Ele^tWar Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Religions 



Total 

1 Adventists 

2 Agnostics 

3 Anglicans 

4 Apostolic Brethren 

5 Atheists ■ 

Baptists ■ 

Believers 

Brethren 

Biiddhists 

10 Catholic Apostolic. . .' • 

11 Christadelphians 

12 Christian Alliance 

13 Christiiin Church 

14 Christian Reform 

16 Christians 

16 Christian Science 

17 Church of Christ 

18 Church of God (New Dunker).'. . . . , 

19 Confucians ; 

20 Congregationalists '■ ■■ 

21 Deist 

22 Disciples of Christ 

23 Doukhobors 

24 Dutch Reform 

25 Evangelical Association 

26 Free Thinkers 

27 Friends 

28 Gospel People 

29 Greek Church 

30 Holiness Movement 

31 International Bible Students Ass'n., 

32 Independents 

33 Jews 

34 Labor Church 

35 Lutherans 

36 Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) . . . — 

37 Methodists : 

38 Mission 

39 Mohammedans ■ 

40 Moravians 

41 lijbrmons 

42 New Thought 

43 Non-Conformists 

44 Non-Sectarian 

45 No Religion 

46 Pagans 

47 Pentecostal 

48 Peoples Church 

49 Plymouth Brethren 

50 Presbyterians 

51 Protestants 

52 Reformed Church 

53 Roman Catholics 

54 Salvation Army 

55 Sikhs and Hindus ! 

56 Shintos 

57 Spiritualists ■. 

58 Swedenborgian (New Church) 

59 Theosophists 

60 Undenominationalists 

61 Union Church 

62 Unitarian 

63 United Brethren in Christ 

64 Universalists 

65 Various Sects 

66 Not Given .' 



ONTARIO— Con. 



u o 



127 



22, W 



4,049 



1,172 

114 

2 

16 

19 

44 
32 



237 

1 
87 



55 
21 

9 
29 

1 
43 

3 
391 
,405 

7 



24 



25 
4 

3 

7,443 
2 



,631 
149 



So 



128 



24,810 



6,512 
6 

468 

7 

35 



20 

2 

109 

,13 
il 

•7,867 



50 
1 
4 

51 

13 

6,811 
5 

2,471 
87 



•a a 



129 



iSl,568 

26 

5 

'8,621 

5 
1,804 

92 



27 
171 



■s-s 

O 1) 

HO 



130 



4 

12 

4 

<1,243 

•133 

391 

2,002 
1 

5,407 

1 

11 

153 

5 

132 

1 

31 

2 

8,661 

141 

22,241 
101 



43 



p a 
H 



131 



51,7C8 

9 

1 

14,137 

15 

16 

1,714 

51 



51 

183' 

12 

517 

369 

1 

39 



13 

38 

n 

590 
2 

17 

1 

9,204 

139 

24 

6,447 

17 

5 

'25 
1 
2 
1 

120 

131 

33 

8,382 

74 

1 

8,903 

247 

1 

9 
4 
8 
1 
2 

60 

2 

1 

31 

94 



OJ3 



132 



64,825 

10 

24,398 

1 

3 

2,804 

1 

139 

2 

34 

40 

17 

19 

42 

■ 186 

. 6 

1 

55 

600 

' 10 



1 

36 

34 

280 

23 

1 ,364 

i 

166 

20 

10,153 

1 

2 

1 

31 

' 1 

■ ■ 2 

30 

46 

2 

43 

/13,766 
130 

9,428 
447 



18 
189 



72,478 

47 

2 

26,585 

2 

1 

4,790 

175 

3 

28 

27 

8 

55 

76 

430 

10 

2 

64 

527 

4 

101 

1 
19 

8 
55 
25 
62 

5 
74 

2 
1,072 

201 

6 

13,102 



52 
3 
4 
9 

65 

63 

168 

17,822 

51 

5 

5,773 

361 



59 
31 
19 

8 
77 
85 

7 
42 
199 



2° 



133 



37,S96 

3 

3 

11,179 

6 



34 
13 

2 

1 

25 

136 

10 

109 

86 

1 

19 



1 

8 

11 

1,475 

2 

6 

' 7 

2,832 

286 

2 

4,428 



28 

3 

2 

59 

6 

13 

6,520 

. 156 

2 

8,668 

105 



17 
67 

7 

2 
35 

1- 

18 

311 



19 
TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions felectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



ONTARIO— Con. 








o 


o 




c 
o 


s 


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H 


> 


W 


& 


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& 


& 


^ 


142 


>< 


>H 




134 


. 135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


143 


144 


d 


68,397 


33,995 


41,698 


33,568 


66,668 


19,833 


34,327 


64,449 


77,950 


23,136 


100,054 




28 


55 


4 


37 


• 74 


5 


4 


40 


29 


4 


40 


1 


,1 


1 


- 


- 


9 


1 


_ 


3 


1 






2 


16,029 


6,454 


2,388 


6,425 


15,873 


1,933 


5,805 


20,630 


34,518 


4,011 


39,954 


3 


15 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


3 


— 


5 


_ 


5 


4 


•3 


- 


4 


6 


2 


- 


- 


1 


8 


_ 


7 


5 


2,540 


1,379 


1,052 


2,000 


4,477 


. 558 


1,081 


3,689 


4,170 


994 


6,093 


6 


— 


10 


— 


— 


„ 


— 


— 


— 


„ 


1 


7 


7 


116 


78 


17 


62 


51 


40 


132 


208 


101 


8 


340 


8 


3 


- 


3 


, 1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


10 






9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


17 


_ 


22 


10 


18 


1 


12 


68 


5 


• 


79 


103 


74 


3 


109 


11 


3 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


34 


1 


■„ 


. 5 


12 


9 


106 


2 


■3 


78 


4 


. 7 


23 


28 


■'89 


42 


13 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


49 


15 


2 


6 


54 


84 


26 


277 


54 


1,149 


210 


15 


271 


16 


206 


51 


92 


14 


22 


105 


333 


23 


. 202 


16 


30 




- 


4 


183 


_ 


12 


8 


16 


25 


• 71 


17 


- 


6 


- 


8 


201 


9 


_ 


_ 


1 




12 


18 


108 


3 


74 


10 


49 


■_ 


30 


4 


28 


5 


24 


19 


210 


3 


170 


66 


239 


89 


454 


287 


■ 571 


11 


440 


20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


21 


74 


4 


8 


5 


476 


6 


885 


66 


52 


55 


56 


22 


- 


- 


- 


.- 


2 


- 


2 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


23 


1 


— 


^,666 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


_ 


_ 


„ 


24 


25 


66 


677 


287 


123 


72 


■23 


9 


5 


2 


25 


10 


- 


3 


5 


13 


_ 


5 


2 


12 


* — 


12 


26 


. 5 


27 


- 


- 


215 


5 


22 


6 


47 


401 


44 


27 


19 


4 


8 


•37 


28 


- 


5 


275 


64 




66 


28 


284 


30 


180 


157 


2,325 


1 


43 


359 


26 


18 


50 


29 


- 


- 


1 


- 


13 


- 


_ 


_ 








30 


100 


61 


52 


106 


41 


29 


■ 53 


43 


22 


16 


93 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


_ 




3 


32 


16,996 


14 


311 


100 


. 207 


84 


118 


209 


453 


137 


449 


33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


34 


216 


15 


12,552 


3,684 


2,179 


^31 


245 


348 


269 


29 


262 


35 


42 


- 


4,556 


2,574 


422 


453 


55 


12 


88 


368 


60? 


36 


8,874 


13,547 


3,289 


4,694 


13,464 


5,991 


6,967 


17,333 


11,714 


9,615 


20,640 


37 


15 


— 


— 


— 


6 


— 


1 


41 


9 


_ 


_ 


38 


3. 




1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


39 


— 


""„ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


19 


40 


79 


123 


12 


15 


157 


91 


.79 


54 


70 


12 


103 


41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


'^ - 


- 


■ - 


- 


_ 


_ 


4 


42 


3 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


5 


4 


_ 


15 


43 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


8 


44 


53 


24 


79 


18 


204 


1 


8 


25 


58 


16 


67 


45 


- 


1 


90 


- 


1 


- 


1 


4 






1 


46 


35 


24 


206 


17 


66 


60 


22 


18 


39 


_ 


66 


47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


. — 


_ 


_ 




48 


129 


65 


7 


43 


43 


33 


38 


163 


273 


5 


260 


49 


12,289 


7,644 


3,157 


. 8,299 


10,264 


6,741 


12,007 


13,783 


17,092 


4,428 


21,834 


50 


55 


15 


544 


70 


209 


1 


9 


35 


192 


24 


158 


51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4 


— 


. — 


_ 


10 


_ 


1 


52 


9,136 


3,925 


9.266 


3,661 


13,547 


2,880 


5,712 


5,422 


6,814 


1,511 


6,255 


53 


283 


. 230 


79 


286 


173 


45 


250 


363 


314 


107 


1,003 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


' _ 


_ 


56 


48 


- 


1 


2 


11 


- 


10 


169 


39 


„ 


21 


57 


• 23 


- 


296 


34 


1 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


28 


58 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. - 


3 


26 




23 


59 


15 


- 


- 


— 


4 


12 


- 


10 


7 


_ 


15 


60 


- 


— 


2 


- 


128 


_ 


11 


97 




_ 




61 


24 


5 


24 


5 


19 


- 


3 


44 


69 


_ 


43 


62 


- 


- 


362 


315 


584 


- 


- 


18 


3 


_ 


40 


63 


1 


- 


1 


- 


8 


- 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 




64 


24 


11 


2 


- 


35 


_ 


8 


11 


12 


10 


41 


65 


90 


: 33 


19 


. 17 


129 


9 


40 


91 


131 


53 


186 


66 



20 





TABLE 2. Population- 


-Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 






Religions 


ONTARIO-Con 


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 


QUEBEC 






TOTAL 


« 


1 


1 


TOTAL 


1 


*» 


iz; 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 




Total 


70,681 

51 

2 

24,083 

3 

14 

4,360 

2 

201 

15 

14 

24 

3 

49 

45 
202 

68 
5 

19 
331 

127 

1 
13 

21 

56 

720 

67 

13 

1,112 

307 

30 

15,027 

11 

14 

213 

- 6 
7 

77 
4 

16 

109 

16,036 

357 

6,281 
381 

9 

24 

6 

1 

22 

6 
127 


2,933,662 

1,998 

65 

648,883 

137 

132 • 

148,634 

178 

6,442 

114 

150 

1,151 

279 

1,286 

1, 

4,754 

5,032 . 

1,036 

613 

2,113 

12,218 

448 

6,460 

17 

15 

10,311 

180 

1,987 

2,140 

20,509 

2,233 

2,655 

171 

47,458 

6 

66,863 

13,645 

685,406 

490 

77 

29 

5,789 

15 

125 

194 

3,231 

2,635 

2,713 

5 

3,370 

613,429 

4,312 

'33 

575,266 

13,746 

3 

3 

763 

727 

168 

209 

1,817 : 

1,082 

1,872 

317 

844 

4.698 


20,.445 

1 
323 

1,342 

84 

88 
1 
4 

336 

25 
5 

1,385 

8 
6 

10 

1 

6,573 
11 

10,241 

1 
- 


31,520 

2,158 

1 
1,909 

1 

7 

152 

8 
2 
4 
4 

10 

1 

3 

2 

2 
4,469 

38 
25 

7,052 
10 

15,541 
18 

12 

1 

6 

85 


36,650 

14 

2,576 

2,065 
4 

32 

235 

2 

12 

10 

5 

4 

80 

~4 
5 

8 

16 

1 
5,554 

13 
. 27 

5 

12,320 
14 

13,530 
90 

1 

5 
18 


88,615 

14 

1 

5,057 

1 

5,316 

4 

123 

475 
3 

24 
12 
9 
8 

426 

1 

29 

. 5 

16 
18 

3 
11,408 

~8 

6 
13 
75 

1 
25 

5 

25,945 
35 

39,312 
108, 

2 

17 

1 
24 
85 


17,165 

1 

2,245 
1 

•1 
714 

20 

1 

4 

3 

20 

2 
45 

11 

~5 
1,139 

4 

24 

57 

3,039 

23 

9; 785 

1 

4 
16 


18,035 


1 


Adventists 


2 


Agnostics 




3 




40 


4 


Apostolic Brethren 




S 


Atheists 




fi 




13 


7 


Believers 




8 


Brethren 


_ 


9 


Buddhists 


_ 


m 


Catholic Apostolic. . ,■ 




11 




_ 


1?. 


Christian Alliance 




13 




_ 


14 




_ 


Ifi 




_ 


Ifi 


Christian Science 


_ 


17 


Church of Christ 


_ 


18 
19 


Church of God (New Dunker) 


- 


m 




_ 


?1 


Deist 


.. 


?? 




^ 


?3 


Doukhobors 


_ 


?4 


Dutch Reform ; 


_ 


?s 


Evangelical Association 


_ 


?fi 


Free Thinkers 


_ 


?,7 


Friends 


_ 


?8 




_ 


?9 


Greek Church 


„ 


30 




_ 


31 

3? 


[nternational Bible StudentsAss'n. 


- 


33 


Jews 


4 


34 






3'i 


TjUtherans 


_ 


36 
37 


Wennonites (Inc. Hutterites) ; 


28 


38 


Mission . . . 




39 


Mohammedans 


_ 


40 




_ 


41 


Mormons 


. 


4? 




_ 


43 


Non-Conformists 


_ 


44 


Non-Sectarian 


_ 


45 


No Religion 


_ 


4R 




* 


47 




_ 


48 




_ 


49 




_ 


■iO 


Presbyterians 


26 


51 


Protestants .' . 


1 


5'' 






R3 




17,915 


54 


Salvation Army 


1 


,55 






,5R 






57 


Spiritualists 


« 


58 
59 


Swedenborgian (New Church) 


- 


fiO 


Undenominationalists 


_ 


61 


Union Church 


_ 


6' 


Unitarian 


_ 


63 
64 


United Brethren in Chirst 


- 


65 


Various Sects. . . ... 


_ 


«6 


Not Given 


7 



21 



TABLEAU 2 


Population — Religions 


par circonscriptions 61ectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 


QXJEBEC— Con. 






■§ 


g 










fl ■ 


1 i 


1 . 


1 






1 


i 


1 


L4 


i| 


0} 

S 

o 


in 


3 

"3, 


arlevoi 
mtmo- 
ency 


Chateau- 
guay Hun- 
tingdon 


s a 

O CD 

Om 


a 
S 

s 




^ 






(S 


i' 


s 


6 ^ 


J3 

o 


J3 O h 

OS 


a 




151 


152 


153 


.154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


d 


53,841 


19,888 


21,190 


19,817 


29,092 


13,471 


34,643 


48,009 


28,874 


26,731 


90,609 


32, 28.? 




- 


2 


- 


- 


5 


291 


1 


- 


- 


3 




130 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


- 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


189 


498 


- 


21 


2,067 


3,833 


3,309 


405 


21 


1,215 


1,851 


3,459 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


■ — 


— 


— 


w 


^ _ 


4 


— 


— 


~- 


— 


— 


_ 


1 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


- 


9 


- 


- 


237 


282 


168 


27 


- 


19 


11 


409 


6 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


294 


- 


8 


- 


- 


38 


_ 


_ 


8 


— 


— 


— • 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~- 


. 


. 


2 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. _ 




10 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


' — 


— 


-_ 


12 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


~ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13 


— 


— 


-> 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


26 


1 


8 


15 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


2 


4 


3 


- 


3 


1 


6 


16 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


4 


~ 


— 


_ 


_ 




17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


8 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10 


11 


- 


3 


2 


10 


19 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


211 


54 


15 


- 


33 


5 


262 


20 


- 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


. — 


- 


_ 


- 


21 


- 


— 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


~ 


- 


_ 


_ 


« 


_ 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


24 


- 


- 


- 


T 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


25 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


_ 


,_ 


_ 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


'_ 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


, - 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


28 


14 


10 


- 


22 


- 


1 


75 


65 


- 


3 


27 


24 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


8 


5 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


. 


- 


- 






31 


— 


— 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


4 


13 


3 


- 


- 


1 


136 


22 


7 


55 


17 


12 


33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


11 


1 


" 


3 


- 


1 


15 


8 


- 


1 


6 


14 


35 


— 


— 


, — 


— 


— 


— 




— 


_ 


, _ 


_ 


. _ 


36 


25 


22 


- 


- 


109 


2,374 


969 


65 


13 


1,175 


281 


2,170 


37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


38 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


39 


•" 


— 


— ' 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_! 


_ 


43 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


44 


10 


9 


- 


- 


4 


21 


12 


10 


1 


7 


8 


4 


45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


^ _ 


46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


^ 


_ 


47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


-, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


48 


— 


- 


- 


_ 


51 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


49 


199 


667 


1 


8 


2,774 


199 


1,616 


224 


21 


5,356 


304 


2,073 


50 


1 


46 


- 


46 


1 


- 


348 


142 


19 


2 


36 


63 


51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


52 


53.378 


18,566 


21,174 


19,642 


23,538 


, 6, 178 


27,837 


46,991 


28,708 


18,775 


86,348 


23,525 


53 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


26 


1 


- 


10 


_ 


_ 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


57 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 — 


- 


_ 


58 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


„ 


59 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_' 


60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


61 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


7 


5 


- 


2 


2 


14 


62 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


63 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ 5 


15 


64 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


1 


^ 


_ 




. 37 


65 


10 


39 


12 


74 


1 


9 


20 


12 


84 


3 


(X^ 


5) 36 


66 



22 
TABLE 2. Population^Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — suite 



Religions , 



QUEBEC— Con. 



163 



< 



164 



165 



© £ ti 
OWO 



166 



a 

C3 



167 



3 



168 



4?o 



169 



Total 

Adventists ■ 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists / 

Believers. 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

10 Catholic Apostolic 

11 Christadelphians 

12 Christian Alliance '. 

13 Christian Church 

14 Christian Reform 

15 Christians 

16 Christian Science 

17 Church of Christ 

18 Church of God (New Dunker) 

19 Confucians. 

20 Congregationalists 

21 Deist 

22 Disciples ot Christ 

23 Doukhobors ; ._ 

^ Dutch Reform ' 

25 Evangelical Association. 

26 Free Thinkers 

27 Friends 

28 Gospel People 

29 Greek Church 

30 Holiness Movement 

31 International Bible Students Ass'n. 

32 Independents 

33 Jews 

34 Labor Church 

35 Lutherans. . ., 

36 Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) 

37 Methodists 

38 Mission; 

39 Mohammedans 

40 Moravians 

41 Mormons 

42 New Thought 

43 Non-Conformists 

44 Non-Sectarian 

45 No Religion 

46 Pagans 

47 Pentecostal f . . . , 

48 Peoples Church 

49 Plymouth Brethren 

50 Presbyterians 

51 Protestants .'. ■. . 

52 Reformed Church 

53 Roman Catholics 

54 Salvation Army 

55 Sikhs and Hindus 

56 Shintos 

57 Spiritualists 

58 Swedenborgian (New Church) 

59 Theosophists .' 

60 Undenominationalists 

61 Union Church ; 

62 Unitarian 

63 United Brethren in Christ 

64 Universalists 

65 Various Sects 

66 Not Given 



28, 



954 

204 

1 



44,823 

19 

728 

18 

2 



40,375 

2 



16 



54,800 

1 
730 

1 

39 

1 
20 



28 



42 
.645 



58 



27 

•5 

613 



13 

37 

8 

43,286 



10 

6 

458 



41 
90 

35,878 



164 



740 

23,769 

31 

237 



595 
368 



27,842 



21 

4 
202I 



73,526 

7 

1 

3,221 



290 
4 



43,S41 

1,576 

257 
15 



32 



678 
2 
9 

280 

37 

554 



16 

23 

24 
1,555 
2,592 

63,992 
31 

2 
1 

17 



139 



89,297 
41 

12,929 



812 



06 

220 

676 

5 



23 



14 

1,760 

93 

38,796 
3 



50 

7 

10 



22 
37 



41 

214 

6 



1 

5 

838 

1 

11 

1,226 

114 

2 

2,976 

1 

30 

1 

121 

283 

32 

29 
6,937 
6,569 

54,916 

69 

5 

2 



7 
86 

4 

9 

856 



23 

TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions electorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 











QUEBEC— Con 
















8 




S 

o ^ 


t s 


-k9 


S 






s 












■=i > 


S .-3 


f o 








rfflj 






5 

.2 

•-5 


3 
O 

S a 


1 


^ 1 


<. ^ o 


■ssa 


3qI 


.2 
> 

i-I 




'S 
o 


03 S 




' 170 


171 


172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


6 


35,913 


33, OM 


35,927 


20,065 


28,318 


72,047 


28,314 


33,323 


17,859 


21,837 


64,933 




■ 




7 


- 


- 


14 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


2 


141 


9 


323 


220 


535 


• 7,678 


201 


154 


9 


19 


5,601 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


4 


4 


r- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


4 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


5 


16 


. 1 


391 


70 


12 


, 562 


- 


1 


- 


2 


216 


6 

7 
8 


- 


- 


- 


'- 


9 


61 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ 3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 
10 
11 
12 
13 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


-■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


' 


_ 


_ 


' _ 


_ 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


- 


_ 


- 


-. 


4 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


16 

17 
18 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


I 


_ 


I 


I 


I 


I 


- 


-■ 


- 


- 


1 


49 


- 


6 


_ 


_ 


12 


19 


1 


- 


- 


- 


6 


241 


12 


_ 


- 


- 


12 


20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


■- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


23 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_. 


_ 


_ 


24 


^- 


- 


- 


- 


„ 


8 


- 


- 


10 


- 


15 


25 


'- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


12 


- 


11 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


28 


14 


- 


104 


8 


21 


295 


19 


1 


— 


_ 


322 


29 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


2 


31 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 




_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


79 


- 


60 


31 


48 


8,458 


47 


3 


8 


-• 


68 


33 
34 
35 


- 


- 


182 


11 


1 


226 


• _ 


1 


6 


_ 


86 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


36 


^ 27 


1 


142 


25 


125 


2,456 


319 


10 


.: 


2 


1,082 


37 
38 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 

~6 


- 




- 


^ - 


- 


39 
40 
41 


: 


: 


- 


- 


-: 


1 


~" 


~ 


- 


~ 


5 


42 
43 

44 
45 


5 


1 


10 


7 


1 


56 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


62 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


46 


- 


- 


' 2 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


48 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


24 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


49 


138 


10 


734 


119 


88 


• 6,353 


■ 154 


126 


32 


8 


3,909 


50 


12 


11 


21 


39 


10 


404 


129 


5 


15 


2 


1,052 


51 
52 
53 


' 25,460 


21,913 


33,904 


19,534 


27,450 


44,591 


27,413 


32,985 


17,640 


21,680 


52,225 


■ - 


- 


- 


1 


- 


47 


- 


- 


- 


1 


16 


54 


- 


-. 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59 
I 
5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


56 
57 
58 
59 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77 
3 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


3 


60 
61 

62 
63 


~ 


_ 


1 


_ 


~ 


1 
4 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


■ 5 


64 
65 


19 


68 


39 


- 


10 


246 


15 


30 


126 


123 


241 


66 



24 
TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census' 1921 — Con. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Religions 



Total 

Adventists 

Agnostics 

Anglicans 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists 

Believers 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

Catholic Apostolic 

Chris tadelphians 

Christian Alliance 

Christian Church 

Christian Reform 

Christians 

Christian Science ' 

Church of Christ 

Church of God (New Dunker) 

Confucians 

Congregationalists 

Deists : 

Disciples of Christ 

Doukhobors 

Dutch Reform 

Evangelical Association 

Free Thinkers 

Friends 

Gospel People 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement 

International Bible Students Ass'n., 

Independents 

Jews 

Labour Church 

Lutherans 

Mennonites {Inc. Hutterites) 

Methodists 

Mission 

Mohammedans 

Moravians , 

Mormons 

New Thought 

Non-Conformists 

Non-Sectarian ' 

No Religion 

Pagans 

Pentecostal 

People's Church 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterians 

Protestants 

Reformed Church 

Roman Catholics^ 

Salvation Army 

Sikhs and Hindus 

Shintos 

Spiritualists 

Swedenborgian (New Church) 

Theosophists 

Undenominationalists 

Union Church 

Unitarian 

United Brethren in Christ 

Universalists 

Various Sects 

Not Given 



QUEBEC— Con. 



181 



16, 



16,883 



s 

S 



182 



36,303 

43 
3 



163 



166 
4 



35,891 



11 



183 



33,633 

1,162 
12 



864 
68 

30,953 



83 



184 



17,709 

32 

3,017 

258 



4 
230 



- 


1 


18 


3 


3 


- 


24 


25 


1 


8 


415 


1,942 


_ 


2 



19 



221 

1 

5 

11,915 



a 

a 

S 

a 
o 



185 



21,997 

10 



36 

.■ 12 

21,898 



32 



186 



29,695 

4 



29,585 



.2 

..J 
a 
o 



187 



46,201 

1 

3,975 
200 



10 
1 



15 

148 



39 

489 

2,460 
5 
1 



59 



1,904 
76 

36,754 



1 

1 

39 



25 



TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par circonscriptions felectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



QUEBEC— Con. 




•3 

1 

■Ph 


3 O 




S3 


s 


1 
■g 

s 


■a 


13 

CO 

3 
O 

P5 




.a 
s 

a 

-*^ 

CO 


to 

'a 

Q 




188 


189 


190 • 


191 


192 


193 


194 


195 


196 


197 


198 


d 


34,152 


31.130 


38,330 


27,706 


37,993 


18,764 


42,248 


27,520 


52,049 


32,394 


78,920 




- 


17 


. 


1 


- 


- 


156 


- 


5 


5 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


' - 


- 


4 


■ 5 


2 


380 


484 


247 


1,606 


73 


51 


2,047 


12 


11,911 


6,866 


4,182 


3 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


2 


— 


_ 


-4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


2 


9 


3 


5 


12 


4 


15 


56 


10 


1 


51 


- 


792 


317 


213 


6 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


- 


_■ 


_ 


_ 


7 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


24 


_ 


15 


8 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


3 


11 


9 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


•> 


» 


3 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


,- 


13 


1 


- 


11 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


_ 


4 


13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_' 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


8 


- 


8 


9 


10 


15 


- 


- 


- 


1 


^ - 


■ - 


- 


- 


45 


• 34 


1 


16 


• — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


17 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


» 


— 


_ 


_ 


^ 


18 


- 


3 


7 


14 


12 


5 


1 


1 


31 


70 


40 


19 


6 


1 


- 


3 


1 


- 


352 


3 


498 


207 


150 


20 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 




21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


„ 


_ 


24 


- 


. - 


1 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


9 


_ 


1 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


— ■ 


_ 


2 


9 


26 


- 


- 


- 


■ 


- 


- 


.1 


- 


1 


- 




27 


■ — 


— 


— 




^ 


— 


— 


_ 


__ 


_ 


_ 


28 


5 


2 


20 


26 


8 


6 


14 


_ 


254 


107 


277 


29 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


30 


- 


• - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


19 


31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


■_ 


32 


34 


26 


312 


63 


4 


42 


17 


9 


691 


865 


2,267 


33 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


10 


- 


- 


12 


- 


1 


4 


- 


141 


, 63 


86 


35 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


. 1 


_ 


— 


36 


19 


25 


54 


227 


2 


1 


,1,500 


• 4 


3,105 


1,258 


1,380 


37 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4 


— 


— 


38 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


39 
40 
41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 


- 


- 


^ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


- 


- 


^ 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 

1 

1 41 


4 


1 


5 


3 


4 


15 


1 


- 


16 


- 


39 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


46 


36 


21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


48 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


9 


_ 


36 


6 


3 


49 


61 


347 


56 


597 


79 


13 


1,268 


7 


6,658 


3,473 


2,473 


50 


84 


68 


110 


1,011 


! 167 


■ 11 


40 


7 


141 


521 


132 


51 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


3 


,_ 


52 


33,820 


30, 124 


37,421 


24,007 


37,583 


18,411 


36,696 


27,455 


27,218 


18,209 


67,269 


53 


2 


- 


- 


8 


1 


- 


1 


- 


175 


39 


50 


54 


- 


- 


- 


■ - 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


2 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31 


I 


I 


I 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


: 


1 


: 


41 


,73 


10 


62 
63 


_ 


~ 


2 


~ 


: 


: 


3 


-. 


8 


' ■ 8 


, - 


64 
65 


13 


35 


66 


41 


51 


221 


31 


22 


126 


149 


239 


66 



26 
TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts, Census 1921 — Con. 



Religions 



QUEBKC— Con. 



c3 0).S 
03 W 



199 



200 






201 






202 



^ 

g 



203 






204 



CO 



205 



Total 

Adventists I 

Agnostics • 

Anglicans. 

Apostolic Brethren 

Atheists 

Baptists ■ 

Believers 

Brethren • • ■ 

Buddhists 

10 Catholic Apostolic 

11 Christadelphians 

12 Christian Alliance 

13 Christian Church 

14 Christian Reform 

15 Christians 

16 Christian Science 

17 Church of Christ 

18 Church of God (New Dunker) . 

19 Confucians 

20 Congregationalists 

21 Deist 

22 Disciples of Christ 

23 Doukhobors 

24 Dutch Reform. 

25 Evangelical Association 

26 Free Thinkers. ' 

27 Friends 

28 Gospel People 

29 Greek Church. 

30 Holiness Movement 

31 Internation'l Bible Students Ass'n 

32 Independents 

33 Jews 

34 Labour Church 

35 Lutherans , 

36 Mennonites (Inc. Hutterites) 

37 Methodists '■ ■ 

38 Mission • . 

39 Mohammedans 

40 Moravians = 

41 Mormons 

42 New Thought 

43 Non-Conformists 

44 Non-Sectarian 

45 No Religion 

46 Pagans 

47 Pentecostal 

48 People's Church 

49 Plymouth Brethren 

50 Presbyterians 

51 Protestants 

52 Reformed Church 

53 Roman Catholics 

54 Salvation Army 

55 Sikhs and Hindus 

56 Shintos 

57 Spiritualists 

58 Swedenborgian (New Church). 

59 Theosophists 

60 Undenominationalists 

61 Union Church 

62 Unitarians 

63 United Brethren in Christ 

64 Universalists 

65 Various Sects 

66 Not Given 



,754 

10 

323 
138 



42,443 

4 
257 

1 

26 



15 



23,518 

737 



133 



36,912 

4 

7 

7,239 



39 



11 



16 



358 

654 
25 
60 



20 



25 



467 



135 
54 

35,979 



13 



1 
161 
184 



40,579 

1 



28 



130 
17 

21,921 



25 



626 

190 

1 



1 

4 

18 

2 

657 



5,691 

169 

1 

1,453 

3 

1 

4 

2 

145 

31 

19 

4,554 

606 

14,597 
62 



96 



2731 



63,975 



1,421 



25,644 

■ 43 



1,554 



12 
361 

328 

31 

334 



176 



30,786 

57 

3,863 



218 
17 



5 
365 



908 
457 

59,796 
31 



1 
1,030 



79 

6 

1 

22,274 



13 
1281 



23 



17 
523 



81 



266 



1,589 



22 



1 
,437 
301 

,253 
34 



11 
43 
33 



27 
TABLEAU 2. Population — Religions par.circonscriptions ^lectorales, recensement de 1921 — suite 



QUEBEC— Con. 


SASKATCHEWAN 




1,^ 


a 
o 

•g 


Three 
Rivers & 
St. Maurice 


3 = 




■4^ 


a 


TOTAL 


.3 ■ 


'a 
< 




cu 


■4^ 

S 


i 


207 


208 


209 


210 


211 


212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


44,310 


33,908 


50,845 


21,620 


62,909 


21,850 


18,840 


2,361,199 


34,789 


33,641 


55,225 




_ 


1 


■ 1 


2 


9 


1 


— 


1,656 


15 


152 


138 


1 


_ 












« 


27 


_ 


- 


1 


'2 


83 


521 


487 


701 


7,293 


1,264 


27 


121,932 


4,737 


7,131 


■ 5,788 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


— 


10 


3 


_ 


1 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


, _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


40 


- 


6 


2 


5 


88 


■ 34 


30 


47 


589 


58 


- 


9,256 


1,010 


1,106 


1,017 


6 


_ 


_ 




_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


6 


16 


7 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


28 


4 


1 _ 


651 


184 


46 


121 


8 


._ 




_ 


_ 


2 




_ 


87 


2 


1 


- 


9 


_ 


. „ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13 


- 




7 


10 


_ 


_ 


"^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


21 


10 


.. - 


•- 


11 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


- 


— 


- 


— 


12 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


21 


24 


13 


35 


13 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


14 


■_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


2! 


_ 


_ 


182 


89 


131 


80 


15 


_ 


7 




6 


86 


2 


_ 


427 


45 


23 


66 


16 


_ 




_ 




2 




_ 


24 


53 


49 


106 


17 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


12 


_ 


25 


6 


18 


_ 


• 4 


25 


_ 


53 


1 


_ 


1,314 


29 


38 


85 


19 


_ 


8 


1 


9 


333 


5 


_ 


4,715 


78 


166 


88 


20 


_ 












_ 


' 8 


_ 


— 


— 


21 


__ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


7 


12 


22 


12 


22 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


1 


I'O 


_ 


217 


23 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


4 


1 


10 


- 


24 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


■ _ 


11 


96 


12 


28 


84 


25 


_ 


_ 


_ 




5 


_ 




111 


1 


22 


6 


26 


- 


_ 


_ 


„ 


4 


_ 


_ 


17 


11 


128 


39 


27 


_ 


_ 


_ 


__ 




■ _ 


_ 




4 




9 


28 


1 


61 


127 


71 


96 


9 


_ 


5,961 


342 


153 


4,233 


29 




__ 


_ 


_ 


1 


5 


_ 


236 


78 


■ 2 


8 


30 


_ 


__ 


_ 


_ 


6 




_ 


S3 


15 


15 


97 


31 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 




- 


1 


- 


32 


13 


410 


60 


5 


1,331 


> 9 


1 


47,759 


301 


47 


2)04 


33 


_ 


__ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


, . — ■ 


_ 


— 


— 


34 


~« 


4 


19 


11 


82 


■ 36 


_ 


•2,209 


2,620 


2,067 


10,491 


35 












_ 


6 


66 


34 


■ 935 


36 


18 


220 


162 


255 


1,972 


1,069 


4 


41,884 


7,874 


4,915 


5,084 


37 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


10 


1 


- 


64 


38 


_ 


_ 


A. 


_ 


1 


— 


_ 


31 


1 


- 


34 


39 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




— 


_ 


■ - 


_ 


1 


35 


40 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


59 


14 


327 


42 


41 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


■ _ 


,_ 






■ - 


- 


42 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


'29' 


8 


4 


3 


43 




_ , 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35 




_ 


63 


44 


2 


5 


19 


3 


46 


1 


_ 


. 979 


60 


64 


144 


45 














_ 


286 


174 


34 


318 


46 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


23 


61 


- 


374 


46 


44 


50 


47 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


48 


_ 


1 


_ 


17 


27 


_ 


_ 


337 


18 


67 


33 


49 


29 


511 


438 


458 


5,665 


1,311 


1 


73,445 . 


10,042 


7,068 


7,258 


50 


:8 


360 


340 


18 


1,256 


141 


6 


18,620 


202 


86 


90 


51 




_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


9 


- 


- 


6 


52 


44,061 


31,735 


49,008 


19,980 


43,493 


17,854 


18,787 


2,019,518 , 


6,213 


■ 9,445 


17,824 


53 


_ 


1 


3 


7 


22 


4 


3 


658 


86 


50 


63 


54 


- 




_ 




~ 




- 


11 . 


^ - 


- 


- 


55 
56 
57 
58 
59 


- 






- 


[l 


- 


- 


99 

6 

14 . 


7 


- 










2 




I 


1 


1 


2 


i. 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


1 


6 


- 


_ 


60 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


38 


206 


29 


80 


61 


_ 


8 


_ 


7 


135 


14 


- 


676 


25 


10 


12 


62 


L 


_ 


_ 








_ 


6 


7 


13 


■ 87 


63 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


378 


1 


10 


_' 


64 


- 


_ 




_ 


17 




• - 


150 


4 


9 


18 


65 


7 


13 


121 


24 


305 


8 


- 


6,690 


48 


35 


23 


66 



28 





TABLE 2. Population — Religions by Electoral Districts 


, Census 1921 — Concluded 




Religions 


SASKATCHEWAN— Con. 




e 

a 


3 

II 


1 




8 


Is 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 




Total 


44,772 

201 

9 

7,669 

1 

12 
1,538 

175 

14 

68 

124 

84 

65 

17 

117 

273 

45 
4 
28 
65 
27 
14 
11 
149 
45 
21 

76 

4,630 

43 

9,382 

4 

111 

9 

1 

184 

80 

25 

13,673 

281 

21 

4,698 

40 

3 

1 

11 
731 

2 
10 

7 
44 
29 


5«,e55 

128 

1 

7,026 

11 

1,806 

13 
6 

5 

68 

1 

109 

39 

52 
111 

19 
10 

3 
121 

8 
22 

4 
3,404 

6 
28 

215 

8,219 
19 

7,329 
11 

35 

10 

5 

204 

122 

27 

27 

11,830 

64 

6 

8,415 

25 

1 
6 

7 

338 

23 

37 

5 

9 

66 


55,629 

89 

4,196 

11 

6 

2,242 

3 

25 

7 
3 

23 

414 

11 

4 

91 

45 

3 

5,481 

19 

29 

15 

3 

18,460 

205 

30 

820 

5,662 

39 

2,848 

200 

1 

21 

2 

13 

326 

75 

21 

14 

6,993 

137 

6,750 
107 

1 
3 

68 

74 

3 

7 
12 


56,064 

687 
2 

5,984 
5 
2 

2,323 

122 
1 

h 

64 

136 

. 19 

62 

80 

• 131 

805 

18 
1 

17 

289 

3 

6 

1,333 
76 
18 

252 

11,930 

li3 

7,378 

13 

27 

■ 62 

1 
1 

290 
41 

144 

20 

9,993 

205 

121 

12,907 

103 

3 
3 

3 
90 
16 

24 

5 

42 

72 


60,403 

150 


1 


Adventists '. 


? 


Agnostics 




3 




10,138 
24 


4 


Apostolio Brethren 


S 


Atheists ', 


e 


fi 


Baptists 


2,001 


7 


Believers 


8 


Brethren 


83 


9 


Buddhists 


33 


10 


Catholic Apostolio 


7 


11 






1? 


Christian Alliance 




13 


Christian Church 


46 


14 


Christian Reform 




15 


Chr